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Delivery times (in working days)
|DPD CLASSIC Intercontinental||4-6||4-6||ZONE D|
|Jet lag||+7 / +11 hour(s)|
|Working days||from Monday to Friday included|
|Bank holidays||January 1 and 26 - March 30 and 31 - April 1, 2 and 25 - June 11 - December 25 and 26|
Preparation of the expeditionA commercial invoice written in English and mentioning detailed goods description, origin, currency & incoterm is required for goods shipment.
P.O. box addresses are prohibited.
The consignee's telephone number is required on the waybill.
Postal code format: 0000 (0 = a number).
Restrictions to destination (import)The invoice must be in English.
The customs declaration is made on the CIF (cost, insurance, freight) value.
If the value is less than AUD 1000, the parcel is not taxed.
The importation of ceramic products requires a permit. Taxes may apply to goods and services.
Substantial customs duties are applied on the import of tobacco and alcohol.
A permit is required to import foodstuffs, perishable items and plant or animal products and their derivative products (including leather), all of which will be subject to a quarantine inspection.
A permit is required to import wood derivative products (e.g.: wood flooring, doors, etc.) and wood packaging, which will subject to a purified DNA / DNAc or RNA quarantine inspection / fumigation from multicellular organisms. A fee of USD 20.00 is also charged, for a total of USD 125, excluding GST.
If an inspection is required, additional fees of USD 40 per quarter hour are charged, plus USD 65 for the "Quarantine Order Charge".
Most liquids and chemical products require a MSDS. Pastry moulds will be inspected as foodstuffs because the work "pastry" is used.
For goods shipment to non French-speaking countries, invoices must be written in English, mentioning for each good, a detailled description, the origin, the currency & the incoterm.
Restrictions according to type of good (see classification)PROHIBITED: antiquities, asbestos, hazardous goods, firearms, cheques, furs, jewellery and precious metals, ivory, pornography and perfumes.
|01 - Alcohol and spirits||GOODS|
|02 - Drinks (without alcohol)||GOODS|
|03 - (samples of) Wine||GOODS|
|04 - (samples of) Perfume||PROHIBITED|
|05 - Identity documents (passport, ID cards)||DOCUMENTS|
|06 - Tobacco||GOODS|
|07 - Personnel effects||GOODS|
|08 - Computer hardware||GOODS|
|09 - Machines/mechanic appliances||GOODS|
|10 - Video and sound recording or copying equipment||GOODS|
|11 - Optical or medical material||GOODS|
|12 - Watches/clock making||GOODS|
|13 - Musical instrument||GOODS|
|14 - Labels/boxes/cardboard||GOODS|
|15 - Books/magazines/billboard/catalogues/photographs/printed material||DOCUMENTS|
|16 - Pharmaceutical products/medicines||GOODS|
|17 - Chemicals/plastic material||GOODS|
|18 - Cosmetics||GOODS|
|19 - Automobile parts||GOODS|
|20 - Toys/games||GOODS|
|21 - Furnitures/lighting equipment/decorative objects (excluding artwork)||GOODS|
|22 - Clothing/clothing accessories||GOODS|
|23 - Fabric||GOODS|
|24 - (set of) Tools/metal parts||GOODS|
|25 - Costume jewellery||GOODS|
|26 - Hides or Leather goods||GOODS|
|27 - Shoes||GOODS|
|28 - X-Rays||DOCUMENTS|
|29 - Non-perishable or canned foodstuffs||GOODS|
|30 - Documents||DOCUMENTS|