Shipping to Thailand
Shipping from Singapore to Thailand just got a whole lot easier with Gudang Shipping Pte Ltd. Best low prices shipping to Bangkok and Laem Chabang.
Thailand is a well-developed transportation system and infrastructure support many growth sectors such as food manufacturing and the automotive industry.
Shipping between Singapore and Thailand
Our Professional team in Thailand understand customs procedures and requirement ensure smooth delivery.
No weight limit
Ship your pallet to Thailand without weight limit. Ocean freight based on cubic meter.
Once your pallet have been properly packed, you can arrange for shipment collection at your convenience
Safely load into container, customs documentation, export directly to Thailand. Reliable and cost efficiency.
Thailand is one of the most common recipients of high-quality products and items that come from Singapore. You can even arrange for your shipment collection at your convenience.
Happy customers keep returning
“I can track my goods conveniently via Online tracking anytime.”
“With cargo insurance I can have a piece of mind when it comes to shipping from Singapore”.
“I’m happy with their service. It is reliable, there are no additional surcharges except cargo insurance and tax”.
Vessel Transit: 3-7 days
|Laem Chabang Port|
It is easy to ship your pallet to Thailand
LCL – Less than container load
LCL lets you ship in smaller volumes so that you can keep your inventory lean.
The best of Sea freight is less costly than air freight suitable for heavy and bulky items like machinery and materials.
|THBKK||Port of Bangkok|
|THLCH||Port of Laem Chabang|
Air freight could be more expensive, but for smaller shipments, however, like 20-40kg, it is a better option to ship via Air freight.
Why company choose Gudang Shipping Pte Ltd
Safe and efficient delivery – As a professional freight forwarder in Singapore, you can rest assured that your goods will be well taken care of and delivered in perfect condition to their final destination.
Competitive rates – We will use the most efficient and cost-effective route to ship your goods. Get in touch with our friendly customer service team today.
Frequently ask questions
How long does it take to ship from Singapore to Thailand ?
Shipment from Singapore to Thailand vessel transit time is 3–7 days.
What is HS code ?
HS code of goods is an 8-digit code. Known as the ASEAN Harmonised Tariff Nomenclature (AHTN) code, it is harmonised at the 8-digit level across all ASEAN member countries. For permit declarations HS codes are required. The amount of Duty, Taxes and VAT imposed is subject to the HS Code of your goods.
What are the prohibited items import into Thailand?
-) Pornographic materials
-) Counterfeit trademark goods and IPR infringing goods
-) Fake notes or coins
-) Reserved animals or CITES-listed wildlife
What is the tax to export from Singapore?
These is no export tax imposed on goods exported from Singapore.
How much is the import tax in Thailand?
Import tax in Thailand can range from 5% to 30%. Goods that are shipped via Air freight and less than the de minimis value* of THB1,500 will be exempted from import duties. However, this does not apply to goods shipped via sea freight.
You may check the tariff database for the complete list of tariffs imposed on different goods.
*This refers to the price ceiling applied to a shipment, where any value below this amount incurs lower or zero taxes.
To calculate the customs value, which is the Cost, Insurance, and Freight (CIF) value under International Commercial Terms (incoterms).
How much is the Value Added Tax in Thailand?
All goods import into Thailand are levied at 7% value-added tax (VAT)
What are the shipping mode available to ship from Singapore to Thailand?
Air freight and Sea freight.
What is the cheapest way to ship to Thailand?
Sea freight is a more cost-effective option for larger and bulkier items. However, it may be more affordable to use air freight for lighter goods ranging from 20-50kg.
What is the process to ship from Singapore to Thailand?
1 – Send us cargo details documents to [email protected] information required such as HS code, commercial invoice, packing list (with dimension), full collection and delivery address.
2 – Prepare Customs Documents. Our freight forwarding company can assist you in filling out the necessary documents and making payment for any duties or taxes imposed.
3 – Pack and Label your goods for shipment. Packing is a crucial step in the process as proper packaging and labelling will help to ensure a smooth shipment.
4 – Purchase Cargo Insurance. Optional cargo insurance available.
5 – Move your goods to the warehouse. We will arrange cargo collection to move the cargo to export warehouse in Singapore.
6 – Arrival at Thailand. The freight forwarding company will also receive all relevant documents for the shipment such as carrier bills and outstanding documentation.
7 – Track your goods on our website. Once order have been created, you can track your shipment at our website from origin to destination. We will proceed doorstep deliver directly.
Below are the restricted goods import into Thailand. Trader are require to applied additional permit from relevant authorities dedicated on below table.
|Buddha image, artifact/objects, antique||Fine Arts Department (http://nsw.finearts.go.th)|
|Guns, bullets, explosives, and the equivalents to guns||Department Of Provincial Administration, Ministry of Ministry of Interior (www.dopa.go.th)|
|Plants and their parts||Department of Agriculture (www.doa.go.th)|
|Living animals and carcass||Department of Livestock Development (www.dld.go.th)|
|Food, medicine, cosmetics and food supplement||Food and Drug Administration (FDA) (www.fda.moph.go.th)|
|Vehicle parts||Ministry of Industry (www.industry.go.th)|
|Cigarettes, tobacco and alcoholic beverages||Excise Department (www.excise.go.th)|
|Communication Radio Devices and telecommunications equipment||Office of The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (www.nbtc.go.th)|
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