The cargo dimensions (dims), weight of ach unit or total unit and # of units (e.g 10 cartons, 10x10x20 inches, 20kg/carton or 2 pallets, 48x40x40, 400kgs/pallet).
The commodity name and description. We also need to know if the cargo is considered hazardous or not, if so, we require a copy of the MSDS. If the cargo is perishable or has certain temperature requirements, please specify
Some countries require certain documents to be legalized or attested, while others simply require a commercial invoice/pro forma invoice, a packing list and possibly a certificate of origin (coo).
PACKING YOUR PRODUCTS FOR SHIPPING:
Exporters should keep four potential problems in mind when designing an export shipping crate: breakage, moisture, pilferage and excess weight. View these product packaging for overseas transport. If you need packing services, the more specific you are on exactly what services you need, the faster we can respond with accurate pricing. Some countries have strict requirements on the type of wood that can be used in pallets or packing of cargo.
Certain countries have very strict requirements on how cargo must be labeled. If your cargo is hazardous, there are requirements for how the product should be labeled and packed as well as how it must be declared on the DGD (dangerous goods declaration) form. Ask us if you are unsure on how to label your cargo.