Germany is the economic engine of Europe with the largest economy in Europe and the fourth largest in the world. It is also the third-largest importer of goods in the world. It doesn’t come as a surprise that other countries have business operations running in the country. Sending goods to Germany always comes with its risks in the same way that there are also risks involved in sending goods or items overseas.
Tips On Shipping To Germany
Shipping to Germany is very popular as the country is one of the well-known trading partners within the European Union for importing and exporting goods. Shipping to Germany is best with the DHL delivery service since it is a German company and the dhl shipping fee (dhl ค่า ส่ง, which is the term in Thai) for sending goods to Germany is less expensive.
What To Know
When you want to send goods to Germany (ส่ง ของ ไป เยอรมัน, which is the term in Thai), there are things needed to put into consideration. Firstly, the means of transport. You can send goods which are not bulky by Air. Sending goods by Air can take a day or two depending on where you are sending the goods from, and it can be expensive. How much you are required to pay depends on the size and weight of your goods. Another means is sending by Sea. Sending by sea is a good option for shipping large and bulky goods. It is usually less expensive than sending by Air, but you will still need to pass through the services of the customs and sorting out how to the goods to and from the ports, thereby making the costs higher than expected.
When sending goods to Germany, you need to be aware of the customs regulations. You need to know what you have to pay and what items are not allowed to be sent to Germany. The German customs are also strict regarding compete and accurate paperwork. German customs require that the commercial invoice should include the shipper’s reasons for sending the goods. Having a piece of clear information would help for a quicker clearance for your shipments, but a lack of clear information would result in additional clearance fee.