5 ways to ship your order from Bali to you
1. 20ft. Container (30 cubic meters)
2. 40ft. Container (60 cubic meters)
3. 40ft. High Cube Container (72 cubic meters)
4. LCL Sea Cargo (less than a container – charged per cubic meter)
5. Air Cargo(tnt,dhl,ems)
LCL & Full Container Load
The enclosed steel containers are available in 2 sizes 20 ft, 40 ft , and 40 ft jumbo, provide the customer with loading space of 30, 60, 72 Cubic Meter respectively, or roughly 300, 600, 720 normal size shipping boxes.
This type is the most commonly used in the cargo field. The Advantages of using the enclosed container are product protection and safety, and allowing the most economical use of space.
Less Container Load ( LCL)
This service is dedicated to those shipment whose space is insufficient to fill a 20 ft container. Shipments are individually crated and consolidated on freight carries bound for intended destination. L.C.L. loads are appropriate for sending smaller shipments, samples, gifts and personal items. Orders less than a container volume are calculated by the cubic meter. Please contact us for more information regarding shipments of less than a container volume.
Air Freight is fastest way to ship, but also the most expensive one. Its takes 3-7 working days the goods received.
Cargo do charge by the kilo, but in addition, also by volume, whichever happens to be greatest. A standard carton box is 50 x 58 x 33 cm. According to the cargo calculation, that carton’s volume is equal to about 16 kilos. If there is less than 16 kilos of product in that carton box, then you still will pay for 16 kilos. If there is more than 16 kilos, you pay the greater amount.
Shipping Time by Sea Freight
Shipping to most International ports takes approximately 4 weeks from Indonesia. Shipping to Asia/Southeast Asia destinations are approximately 2 weeks.
Shipping Cost by Sea Freight
Cost of shippping depends on the shipping destination and volume or quantity of the shipment, All of our shipping quotes include documentation fees, local handling & trucking fees, packing & stuffing fees, port loading fees and all other local charges levied in the packing and delivery of your container to the port. D.D.C. fees (Document & Destination Charge) levied by the port of destination are not included. Some International ports charge a D.D.C. fee upon the arrival and handling of your shipment in your local port. Please do check with your customs department for more information on D.D.C. charges. When you contact us we will give you a definitive quote for your destination.