Which freight incoterms to choose and why
All fees included in the NZ port fees
Extra fees that you should account for
The Commentary on how “General Average” works prompted by Maersk’s declaration of it following the fire on board the Honam. It has caused some interesting feedback relating to the value of having marine cargo insurance.
In particular, the issue that has been drawn into sharp focus is the risk borne by all New Zealand exporters and importers, who proceed to ship goods without marine insurance.Read article
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Alex: You want to bring a 20-foot container from any country to New Zealand, where do you start?
Max: All these five mistakes apply whether you import a full container, air freight, or even 100 kilos by sea freight, and it’s very important to make sure that you prepare all these things before you arrive in New Zealand.
Make sure you do not arrive before your shipment arrives in New Zealand.Read article
Max: We wanted to sit together and talk to you about a very sensitive subject for many. Alex and I are both co-founders and directors of the beautiful company called Easy Freight. And we’ve been in business for a long seven years!
Some of you also have a business partner or planning to find one in the near future. So we came up with an idea to share interesting and most common problems we experienced during all these years of running a business as partners.
We hope it will be useful to you!Read article
Max: Were talking about importing goods to New Zealand, and four ways the supplier will cost you extra money that you didn’t budget for.
The first way that you can lose money is, surprisingly, some New Zealand importers can receive half-full containers.Read article
Max: If you think about it, when you import two pallets or even a full container, you’re going to pay at least anywhere between NZD 1,000 to 5,000 of freight to ship the goods say from China to New Zealand.
Alex: So why we think that it’s so important not just to choose right freight forwarder but also to choose the right customs broker?
Max: We’re going to talk about mainly importing containers with used household goods to New Zealand.
And it’s going to be a very topical question, how to save money when you migrate and bring your stuff to New Zealand. What’s the first step when you prepare to bring your goods to New Zealand?Read article