Each country has its own laws and regulations corresponding to import and export of goods and which custom authority strictly enforces. The import or export of some goods may be restricted or forbidden. Special import permits for restricted items needs to be processed with different agencies as indicated below :
Live animals and their products – Bhutan Agriculture and Food Regulatory Authority (BAFRA)
Plants and plant materials – Bhutan Agriculture and Food Regulatory Authority (BAFRA)
Arms and ammunitions – Royal Bhutan Police (RBP)
Explosives and explosive devices – Ministry of Home and Culture Affairs (MoHCA)
Drugs and Pharmaceutical product – Bhutan Narcotics Control Agency (BNCA)
Chemicals and fertilizer – Ministry of Agriculture and Forest (MoAF)
Industrial and toxic waste and residues – National Environment Commission (NEC)
Gold and silver in excess of free allowance – Royal Monetary Authority (RMA)
Wireless and remote sensing telecommunication and broadcasting equipment – Bhutan InfoComm and Media Authority (BICMA)
Any other goods which are restricted by any other law and regulation in force – Ministry of Economic Affairs (MoEA)
We are pleased to introduce ourselves as one of the leading specialized clearing & forwarding Agency handling both Air & Sea consignment from worldwide, we have experienced and competent staff to fulfill all documentation formalities and Cargo handling.
We have our own transportation arrangements to pick-up and handle your valuable Cargo from your warehouse.
We have friendly relations with the Shipping lines/ Air lines and able to offer you the best rates along with best services for all destinations Worldwide. We can offer you Special Ocean/ Air freight.
- Single point of contact to avoid communication barrier.
- Dedicated customer service and value added services.
- Directly working with shipping line. We can offer best ocean freight and destination charges.
- Free consultancy, real process of clearing and forwarding, save on detention and demurrage.
- Total logistics solution under one ROOF and NO hidden cost.
The seller makes the goods available to be collected at their premises and the buyer is responsible for all other risk, transportation costs, duty & Tax from that points onward.
This term is commonly used when quoting a price.
2-FCA (Free Carrier)
The Seller gives the goods, cleared for export, to the buyer’s carrier at a specified place. The buyer is then responsible for getting transported to the specified place of final delivery.
This term is commonly used for containers traveling by more than one mode of transport.
3-CPT (Carriage Paid To)
The seller pays to transport the goods to the specified destination. Responsibility for the goods transfers to the buyer when the seller passes them to the first carrier.
4-CIP ( Carriage& Insurance Paid)
The seller pays for insurance as well as transport to the specified destination. Responsibility for the goods transfers to the buyer when the seller passes to the first carries.
5-DAT (Delivered at Terminal)
The seller pays for transport to a specified terminal at the agrees destination. The buyer is responsible for the cost of importing the goods. The buyer takes responsibility once the goods are unloading at the terminal.
6-DAP (Delivered at Place)
The seller pays for transport to the specified destination, but the buyer pays the cost of importing the goods. The seller takes responsibility for the goods unite they’re ready to be unloaded by the buyer.
7-DDP/DTP (Delivered Duty Paid)
The seller is responsible for delivering the goods to the named destination in the buyer’s country including all costs involved.
8-FAS (Free Alongside Ship)
The seller puts the goods alongside the ship at the specified port they’re going to be shipper from. The seller must get the goods ready for port, but the buyer us responsibility for the cost and risk involved in loading them.
9-FOB (Free on Board)
The seller must get the goods ready for export & load them onto the specified ship. The buyer seller shares the costs & rick when the goods are on board.
10-CFR (Cost & Freight)
The seller must pay the costs of bring the goods to the specified port. The buyer is responsible for risks when the goods are loaded onto the ship.
11-CIF (Cost, Insurance & Freight)
The seller must pay the costs of bringing the goods to the specified port. They also pay for insurance. The buyer is responsible for risks when the goods are loaded onto the ship.
We provides warehousing facilities where we perform an array of functions that may include receiving and processing incoming stock and materials, picking and filling orders from stock, packing and shipping orders or managing, organizing and retrieving stock in the warehouse.
We also offer a high quality of Dock Stuffing Services which are carried out in a very efficient and systematic manner by our qualified and trained staff who are well versed with the procedures. These services are carried out in a very efficient manner and are priced at very reasonable rates. These services are high on demand in the industry and are carried out on time as per the customer requirements.
Don’t leave your cargo unprotected. Cargo Insurance comes in different types with different exclusions ad you need the proper insurance for your specific shipment. The company’s friendly & professional staff will take the complication out of insuring your cargo so you can be assured that your imports & exports are covered in the event of loss or damage.
The company has experience set of associates who can inform the clients on rules and regulations concerning on export and imports of goods. Moreover, the company has good network and relationship with concerned government, corporate and private agencies. Thus, can help client with required information and services. We can help you with how to process import license and any specific information.
Palletizing is regarded to be a sure-safe way of dispatching marine cargo consignments, just as palletized cargo ships are held in high regard in the shipping sector across the world. The process helps in easy handling and storage of goods on ships.The cargo placed on pallet is secured with straps and wraps in order to stabilize and prevent any unwanted movement.
Transporting goods in ships and aircrafts between countries using containers is an economic and well established practice. Fumigation becomes necessary in order to keep away exotic pests and diseases entering into the country while permitting reasonably rapid clearance of containers. Timber insects pose a significant Quarantine risk in all countries and accordingly all wooden packing material used in the export packing should be fumigated. By carrying out fumigation at the port of loading clearance of the container at the discharge port can be done without any infestation problem.
The fumigation and pest control operations staff of Fumigation Services are well versed in carrying out ship fumigation with Methyl Bromide and Aluminum Phosphine. Fumigation Services have fumigated huge volumes of export cargo ranging more than 25 million tons which comprises of wheat, maize, rice, and other agricultural commodities by carrying out Hot gas procedures.
The technical experts of Fumigation Services are well experienced in carrying out vessel fumigation in mid-sea operations and when the ship is anchored in the port. All safety procedures will be followed during the vessel fumigation.