What is the best method to ship your goods between Vietnam and Thailand ?

FNM Vietnam is able to offer all the ways to transport your merchandise and also benefit from the best advice with our experts who will determine the most suitable solutions. Now let's see the best transportation methods according to the nature / volume / weight / class of goods. Between Vietnam and Thailand, there are 2 main ways of transporting goods: sea freight and air freight. We will cite here the advantages and disadvantages of these two means, as well as the ports / airports and their characteristics.

Sea freight shipping between Vietnam and Thailand

Overview -  Ocean cargo between Vietnam and Thailand

Thanks to the geographical proximity between Vietnam and Thailand (about 838 km), the most advantageous option, because less transit and competitive price, is that of freight by sea. Along the South China Sea, the country nicknamed the "Dragon of Asia", Vietnam allows goods to enter and leave the territory, thanks to its many ports.

The ports of Haiphong and the port of Ho Chi Minh City are the main ports, this is due to the fact that in the vicinity there are the two most important cities of the country, Ho Chi Minh City (ex-Saigon, economic capital and most populous city) and Hanoi, the country's capital. Even if the other ports such as Qui Nhon and Nha Trang are less important but equipped with Full Contener Load and Less Contener Load services.

We can classify ports into three different classes. The first is that of the ports located on the northern coast:

  • Vung Ang 
  • Nghe Tinh
  • Hải Phòng
  • Khám phá

The 2nd category, we find only the port of Đà Nẵng, located in central Vietnam at the mouth of the Han River on the East Vietnam Sea, this port is the largest port system in Vietnam.

Finally, the 3rd and last class includes the ports located in the South-East of the country:

  • Can Tau
  • Ho Chi Minh City
  • Nha trang
  • Who Nhon

Shipping company offering services between Vietnam and Thailand ports

Here are few examples :

Port of Ho Chi Minh City

The port of HO CHI MINH CITY is located on the Sai Gon river. It is a system that can be described as a port network, which functions as a swing bridge for imports and exports of goods located in southern Vietnam. Many industries and specifically for mining, fruit and vegetable processing. With nearly two thirds of the country's economy, it is the most significant geographic point in the country.

Port of Qui Nhon

Qui Nhon port is a main port located in Binh Dinh Province. Within the Binh Dinh area it is the most accessible and neighboring cities of Laos and Cambodia, nearly 10 routes that connect by sea between international ports such as Singapore, Japan, Thailand.

Port of Hai Phong

The port of Hai Phong (cảng Hải Phòng) is a group of ports located in the large city of Haiphong, it serves the north of the country. With 3 terminals, it is the most important port in the north of the country.

Should I ship by consolidation or full container between Vietnam and Thailand ?

LCL

 Less Container Load, in case that the load of the goods does not completely fill the container, it will only fill a part with the container, then the goods of the different companies are found in the same containers, more risk of breaking the load on departure and arrival.

FCL

If the volume of the goods can fully load one container, then FCL loading is carried out. So the goods in the container belong to one and the same customer, so no break in charge from departure to arrival.

 

How long does it take to ship between Vietnam and Thailand by sea freight ?

We have emanated here in this table, defining transit times and the average price range between Vietnamese and Thai ports. Due to the low attractiveness of medium-sized ports, transit times are longer. And those of the large ports therefore have a faster transit time thanks to their significant attractiveness.

Haiphong Qui Nhon Ho Chi Minh City

Phuket 

9 days

10  days 14  days

Bangkok

12 days 13 days 15 days

Laem Chabang

8 days 10  days

14 days

Map Ta Phut 6 days 12  days

10  days

Rayong 6 days 13 days

12 days

Songkhla

6 days 11 days

14 days

*Note that these transit times between Thailand and Vietnam are only indicative.

DocShipper Alert : A wrong route will waste time and additional costs. For advice on the best route for you and your cargo, based on your needs, request a free quote here.

How much does it cost to ship a container between Vietnam and Thailand ?

It is impossible to give a price range quite simply because several factors must be taken into account, such as port of departure, port of arrival, carrier, type of goods, quantity and volume.

In addition, the prices are updated monthly, taking into account the market and its developments. 

DocShipper Info : FNM Vietnam has made an offer on a case-by-case basis, our experts will find the best way to move your goods, request free advice and quotes here.

Special sea freight services

Reefer container between Vietnam and Thailand ?

We guarantee transport under controlled temperature, indeed, when cargo is shipped in a container, refrigerated, in this type of container the temperature is measured in order to conserve the goods of perishable and / or chemical origin all along the route.

Thanks to this type of container we have the possibility of regulating the temperature, the atmosphere, available in several dimensions.

Roro/Bulk/OOG between Vietnam and Thailand ?

RORO 

Ship designed to ship goods via vehicles (trailers / semi-trailers) nicknamed RO-RO (roll-on / roll-off) therefore entering while rolling and leaving while rolling. Unlike traditional boarding vessels where goods are loaded vertically. Much less manual handling, less risk of load breaking, no exposure to water. It is an inexpensive and reliable solution.

BULK 

The bulk shipping method is a large quantity transportation method, generally used for products such as wheat, grain, petroleum products, etc.

Depending on the nature of the goods, each boat is special,

So bulk commodities. This cargo travels through a bulk carrier.

Out Of Gauge (OOG)

Out Of Gauge containers are separated into two distinct classes:

Flat rack container: for goods whose products are oversized, rather restrictive, and important in KG.

The "Open Top Container": Important manual handling, because the loading of the goods is crucial and is done by crane / rolling plate. Usually for heavy products and for finished products. Ensuring product safety, and saving time in transporting goods that are not of standard size

This concept is a very broad category to designate any cargo that exceeds the maximum dimensions of a 40HC container.

Remark FNM Vietnam : FNM Vietnam provides service for oversized, we offer solutions for all types of specific transport (RORO / BULK / Out Of Gauge).

Air freight shipping between Vietnam and Thailand

Overview – Classic vs Express air freight

Air cargo generates a turnover per year estimated by the International Air Transport Federation (IATA LINK ) at $50 billion. Aircraft loaded 55 million tons of cargo in 2019. Air cargo makes up only a small percentage of total cargo volume (about 6 per cent), but nearly 37 to 42 percent by value. Nonetheless, it remains in the minority at the airline level, with passenger traffic generating 75 to 82 percent of its revenue. The maritime sector remains the primary competitor to air transport.

Air freight is the fastest but also the most expensive means of transport. Generally, it is advantageous to use this means of transport when the value of the goods is significant.

For your belongings, you will need less than a day to transfer from one state to another, via air transport.

We have also mentioned sea transport, which may be less expensive, but also much longer. If you want to opt for an expedited mode of transport, we offer you some advice here: Air freight.

There are also 2 different modes of air freight, some of them vary in price, speed and service:

Traditional air freightAir China / Bamboo Airways / Vietnam Airlines / Bangkok Airways …

Express Airfreight: for example, UPSDHLTNTFedEx, …

What is volumetric weight?

The airlines specify that if the cargo is light and heavy, it is counted by actual weight, if it is large and heavy, it is counted by volume. In the case of centralized shipments, a shipment consists of several pieces of cargo, whether light or heavy.

The chargeable weight is determined through the total gross weight or the  weight of the entire shipment, whichever is greater

Should I choose Classic Air freight between Vietnam and Thailand ?

FNM Vietnam having excellent relations with Vietnam Airlines, this will therefore facilitate the boarding and unloading procedures.

 How long is the transfer between Vietnam and Thailand by air freight ?

Ho Chi Minh City Tan Son Nhat Airport Hanoi Noi Bai Airport  Da Nang Airport  Nha Trang Cam Ranh Airport

Phuket 

6h 12h 14h

14h

Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi

7h  7h 7h

15h +

Krabi Airport

9h 9h 10h

12/13h

Chiang Mai Airport

8h  12h 8/9h 

16h +

How much does it cost to ship a parcel between Vietnam and Thailand ?

We are not able to provide a blind average price simply because our average price depends on several factors such as the distance between the two departure and arrival airports, the dimensions of the goods, their nature, its weight and origin. We therefore deal on a case-by-case basis and offer tailor-made solutions

 

Should I choose an Express Air freight between Vietnam and Thailand ?

Express service – Perfect solution for small package 

Parcel transport service using express transport airlines, however different from classic air freight in all stages of the chain (planning, manager, invoice, storage, loading and unloading, etc.)

How long does it take for a package to be shipped between Vietnam and Thailand ?

And how much an Express service will cost ?

It will only take a few days, indeed the transport is fast. In addition to the speed, you also benefit from quick and easy customs procedures because the couriers have an in-house customs service.

Regarding the price, it is impossible for us to give a price, even approximate, because of the characteristics specific to each shipment / therefore on a case by case basis. However, FNM Vietnam have very good value for money with the courier companies.

DocShipper Tip : Contact our air freight experts now, for more information and precise prices on the air freight process!

Major airports Vietnam - Thailand

Phuket airport

Phuket Airport, located 30 km from the city center, receives nearly 3,100,000 passengers every year, with more than 18,000 flights and 17,000 tonnes of freight. With a historic peak in passenger numbers of 3,500,000, the number of flights of nearly 20,000 and cargo tonnage of 16,000 tonnes.

Tan Son Nhat Airport (Ho Chi Minh City)

Tan Son Nhat International Airport is the first and largest airport in Viet Nam. Previously named Tan Son Nhut Airport and located in the famous city of Ho Chi Minh City, it reached its peak traffic with more than 50% of passengers from all Vietnamese airports, with a total of 38.5 million passengers. This airport holds more than 65% of Vietnamese international passenger traffic. It was the 15th busiest airport in the world in 2020.

Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi Airport 

Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport has been, since September 30, 2006, the largest and main airport in Thailand. But that's not all, it ranks 5th in the Asian continent and 1 (the world's largest airport located in the capital of the country. With a peak of 56 million passengers). The Suvarnabhumi airport terminal is ranked 3rd largest in the world with 563,000 m2 and three million tonnes of goods each year.

Trucking between Vietnam and Thailand ?

Road freight between Vietnam and Thailand ?

Although there are few high-speed lines in Asia, the rail network is dense enough to reach the major cities of Thailand and Vietnam in less than five days. Since Thailand and Vietnam do not share borders, trains regularly pass through Laos and Cambodia. Some lines pass through the capitals of these countries, Vientiane and Phnom Penh. Transportation by rail is the best option for your company, if your provider is located in mainland Thailand, or near a railway station

Products should be delivered in a little less than 8 days. As for the transit time, it should be at most 7 days if it starts from the extreme north / south of Thailand, for example Chiang Rai in the north or Phuket in the south, and ends in the south of Vietnam, for example in Ho Chi Minh City. Otherwise, the transit time may vary from 3 days if we send the goods from the east of Thailand to the west side of Vietnam.

Here you will find a ranking listing the respective transit times of major cities and provinces in Thailand and Vietnam:

Transit times by train

Hanoï, Vietnam

Da Nang

HCMC

Phuket, Thailand

3 days 6 days

4 days

Chiang Rai

4 days 5 days

3 days

Chiang Rai

6 days 14 days

5 days

Bangkok

2 days 4 days 3 days
Udon Thani 5 days 6 days

5 days

 How much does it cost to ship goods by train ?

As for air freight and sea freight, it is impossible for us to provide a price bracket quite simply because it will depend on several distinct factors such as for example: the distance between the point of departure and that of arrival, the dimensions , the weight of the goods, the nature of the goods, the packaging whether specific or not… 

FNM Vietnam provides quotes on a case-by-case basis in order to offer the best possible solution.

DocShipper Advice : If you are interested in this means of transport, you have the possibility to contact one of our specialists here.

Door to door between Vietnam and Thailand 

Door to Door 

Door-to-door service involves the carrier taking care of the entire transportation flow, from the collection of the goods to their final destination. Door-to-door delivery can be applied to all types of cargo, whether it is air or sea freight.

This type of delivery is very often used, and is highly requested by customers. In fact, this means of transport takes care of all the procedures related to the transportation of goods. It is fast, convenient, since the goods are handled from the beginning to the end of the procedure. Their journey : from collection to delivery at destination, which includes the phases of loading, collection, shipment and customs clearance.

Why door-to-door service is necessary ? 

This approach not only saves you time, but also money. Thanks to the experts at FNM Vietnam, you no longer have to worry about importing your products, we will take care of the whole process ! We manage your shipments from the time they leave your manufacturer until the final reception of your products.

This type of service brings many benefits. The first one is of course for FNM Vietnam customers, who do not have to worry about their shipment anymore. Our specialists will take care of everything and monitor the journey of your goods to their final destination.

FNM Vietnam is a full service company. We manage your shipments regardless of their nature, be it sea or air freight, LCL or FCL, traditional or express, and this with the aim of always facilitating the procedures.

FNM Vietnam – Door to Door specialist

By trusting our door-to-door transport teams, we take care of all your shipments, allowing you to fully devote yourself to your activities. The professionalism of our FNM Vietnam team of specialists offers our users an individual approach and precise follow-up of each phase of the shipment processing. Friendly and attentive to the smallest details, our team will guide you through your mission by answering all your questions.

Our FNM Vietnam specialists also ensure the safety of your goods and offer you the quality of the experience. Your goods will be delivered to your address or to a warehouse under the right circumstances and according to your wishes.

LTL and FTL Trucking 

LTL (less than truckload)

The term "LTL" literally stands for "less than truckload", which implies that the load will not fill a full truck. This type of shipment is usually between 110 and 10,100 pounds. With an LTL shipment, you will only pay for the amount of truck space you occupy. So if your goods only take up one-third of the vehicle space, you will only pay for one-third of the vehicle. The rest of the vehicle is filled with other small shipments from other companies, making this type of transportation a very good choice for small businesses that do not make large shipments and are looking for a more economical option.

FTL

The term FTL stands for "full truckload", which means that the load will occupy an entire vehicle by itself. FTL shipments are usually made with ten or more pallets to be delivered. It's usually quite easy to determine if your shipment has a significant risk, FTL may be the best choice.

FTL shipments remain in the same vehicle throughout the transport and do not undergo any transfers, so there is no risk of sideways movement, which greatly reduces the risk of load breakage. This way of transportation is also faster than LTL, since only one shipment is on board and there are no multiple stops along the way.

LTL or FTL ?

When deciding on the most appropriate mode of transportation for your goods, always consider the size of your shipment, your cost, the vulnerability of the goods and the speed at which you want them to arrive. If you have a large, fragile load that needs to arrive quickly, FTL is your best option. If your goods are small, sturdy, and you are not in a hurry or under time pressure, LTL is a more suitable option for you.

Customs clearance in Thailand for goods imported between Vietnam and Thailand 

Customs clearance of imported goods

The customs clearance process will consist in communicating to the customs services the declaration of entry or exit of the imported, circulating or shipped goods. Also, the goods can be released only when their conditions have been met, as well as the customs declaration, taxation and verification procedures. The declaring and/or the holder will then be able to recover their goods.

In addition, any vehicle carrying goods, whether shipped or imported, on entry or exit, is required to be declared to, and therefore comply with, customs formalities and receive authorization from the customs authorities. When goods are in the process of customs clearance, they are under customs control, and therefore cannot move freely, whether for shipment, import or transfer.

Classes of fees

Different kinds of taxes are levied when importing or exporting a good. These taxes are usually imposed by the State on the products that leave or enter the customs territory, under the control of the customs authority. In each country, the rates of this tax are usually set by the highest administrative body of the State. It should also be noted that this tax is usually one of the primary sources of government revenue in countries with advanced levels of international trade.

The term "customs clearance" means that the imported, shipped and circulating goods are compulsorily declared to the customs services upon their entry or exit from the customs territory of a state; only after fulfilling their commitments and completing the declaration, verification, taxation and clearance procedures, the goods will be released and the holder or agent will receive delivery. Similarly, any mode of travel that transports imported and shipped goods to the destination of entry, exit or transit will need to be declared to customs, undergo customs procedures and receive approval from customs authorities.

Please note that when the customs clearance is done, the goods are under customs verification and procedure, so the goods are prohibited from circulation during this time. This applies to imports, exports and transit.

The Certificate of Origin (CO)

The CO guarantees that the goods sent have an origin and come from a specific place. This document can be issued by a notary's office or an administration. It is important that you have it in order to take advantage of the Common Effective Preferential Tariff (CETP) that exists between the two nations.

Harmonized Tariff System

Vietnam is adapted to the Harmonized Tariff (HS) system for imported and exported goods from countries belonging to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). You can now learn about what an HS code is, what it means and how it is structured. 

The HS code or harmonized classification system now covers 97% of international trade and is used in over 205 countries. This system allows the creation of categories systematically and for all nations that use it. A number is assigned to each product that is part of international trade goods. It is therefore possible to have useful data, such as figures and offers, for the comparison of trade flows.

HTS Code

Anti-dumping taxes

In general, when a country puts in place anti-dumping measures, this will allow the imposition of additional import taxes on the good which is from an exporting country. These measures are put in place so that the product is at the same price as the market (of the importing country) in order to eliminate unfair competition and avoid price differences.

Special taxes and preferential tariffs ?

Most Favored Nation

Referred to by the acronym MFN, the most-favored-nation tariff is a tariff agreed upon by the various contracting parties that have adhered to MFN status. It should be noted that WTO members often practice MFN tariffs. Thus, their rates are lower than the normal rates, but higher than the preferred rates.

Preferential tariffs 

Preferential country tariffs are a procedure whereby two or more nations agree to grant certain countries zero or near-zero tariffs under certain conditions. In general, this preferential treatment is lower than the MFN tariff. The forms of graceful payment are bilateral. Usually established between nations that have concluded international conventions or agreements, such as friendship treaties. In order to develop friendly traffic and consolidate economic collaboration between the contracting nations. If you want to trade and import goods between Vietnam and Thailand, contact us, we will offer the best possible solution for your business fill out the online form.

Calculate applicable tariff with the HS code

You found your HS Code ? It's now time to check how many taxes you will have to pay on your shipment. You just need to do the following steps :

Duties and taxes from Thailand to Vietnam

First, go the Vietnamese customs website : Vietnam customs tariff

Your first need to fill your information (in our case, we will fill the HS code and the origin country, here is China) :

customs tariff vietnam website

It's done ? Now you just need to click on the search icon to reach a page who looks like this :

Anti-dumping taxes

In general, when a country puts in place anti-dumping measures, this will allow the imposition of additional import taxes on the good which is from an exporting country. These measures are put in place so that the product is at the same price as the market (of the importing country) in order to eliminate unfair competition and avoid price differences.

Special taxes and preferential tariffs ?

Most Favored Nation

Referred to by the acronym MFN, the most-favored-nation tariff is a tariff agreed upon by the various contracting parties that have adhered to MFN status. It should be noted that WTO members often practice MFN tariffs. Thus, their rates are lower than the normal rates, but higher than the preferred rates.

Preferential tariffs 

Preferential country tariffs are a procedure whereby two or more nations agree to grant certain countries zero or near-zero tariffs under certain conditions. In general, this preferential treatment is lower than the MFN tariff. The forms of graceful payment are bilateral. Usually established between nations that have concluded international conventions or agreements, such as friendship treaties. In order to develop friendly traffic and consolidate economic collaboration between the contracting nations. If you want to trade and import goods between Vietnam and Thailand, contact us, we will offer the best possible solution for your business fill out the online form.

DocShipper Alert : You will find directly the official documents and updates on the ASEAN web site, for more information, contact us

import-custom-clearance-process

Required documents

Bill of Lading

The purpose of the bill of lading is to guarantee that the goods described have been delivered by the carrier, in other words, this document is proof of transport and a guarantee for the exporter.

The goods described in this administrative document are included in the terms of agreements between the transport company and the shipper. On it are indicated the prices of the goods and the names and quantity of the places of transport of the goods. As an official document, the bill of lading has legal value and is issued in 3 installments. All information relevant to the cargo shipment process is mentioned on the B/L.

For air freight, the corresponding document is called "Air Waybill".

Packing list

Established by the shippers for the various participants in the logistics chain, the packing list is an obligation for all shipments, whether by air freight and/or sea freight. It includes all essential data such as the invoice number, the shipper, the type of goods and the quantity of packages, as well as the description of the goods, which must be consistent with the data indicated on the bill of lading.

Original Invoice

In order for your goods to clear customs, you must have the original invoice. Please note that the quantity indicated on the original invoice must be identical to the quantity indicated on the packing list.

Certificate of Origin

Attesting to the place of origin of your shipped goods, the certificate of origin is an essential element in international trade. It allows you to know the country of production of the shipment. It indicates the country where the articles are manufactured, not to be confused with the origin of the goods. The latter is very important in order to allow shippers and importers to benefit from privileged rates of customs duties, which is interesting for certain categories of goods.

Restricted and Prohibited Products

Several products are subject to strict and specific import restrictions. In addition, some require authorizations and/or licenses. Some products may not be accepted in the import market (Narcotics and drugs / replicas and fakes / animal and skins …)

What are the Licenses required (import & export) ? 

The license to import / export very often depends on the types of goods and the country of the importer / exporter, but also on the type of companies.

Import / Export license

In order to import into Vietnam, you will need to obtain an investment license and business registration certificate. This license is issued by the Department of Planning and Investment (DPI).

There is no specific import license in Vietnam - the investment license allows you to import or export goods. You also don't need additional licenses if you plan to market your items wholesale to companies. On the other hand, if you want to market your items directly to Vietnamese consumers, you will need a trade license. It takes 1-3 months to get a business license, and you can apply for one after you register and pay the full financial contribution.

Keep in mind that you will need to know the different items you plan to import before you apply for the investment license. In case your company wants to import additional goods in the future, you will also need to adjust the investment license.

First, you will need to register your company and obtain the corresponding business license in order to start your export and import activities in Vietnam. The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) enforces and regulates trade laws on marketing and purchasing foreign goods in Vietnam. 

Foreign companies and business cooperation partners, in addition to exporting their own products, may then export products of all kinds, provided they are not on the list of goods prohibited for sale and are not restricted to certain classes of goods according to MOIT. Operators wishing to import or export goods subject to import and/or export authorizations will need to obtain authorizations from the relevant ministries.

Additional services 

Our warehousing services

Storage service in Vietnam

FNM Vietnam is present in the most important cities of Vietnam, Thailand and Asia in general, our network effectively allows us to provide packaging, storage and warehousing everywhere

Storage service in Thailand 

In addition to having a storage location in Vietnam, we also have factories in Thailand. Indeed, this storage space allows us to manage from A to Z the delivery of your goods to the port / airport / departure terminal. This also allows our customers to have a direct and real-time view of the shipments.

Our packing/unpacking services 

Packaging services are very important because they condition the safety of the entire logistics process. We offer a packaging service, suitable for all types of goods, whether fragile, imposing, bulky ...

Moreover, 98% of the products packaged by our team arrive without damage.

Packing material 

Carton box

The most basic packaging as you can see below it currently looks like this

carton

 

Palletization 

It is the installation of the products on a large surface called pallet, this pallet is organized to be as widely as possible the surface. Necessary for protection of goods, different kind of pallet available (EPAL Eur / ISO).

palette eur

Wooden boxes

The advantages of wooden crates are as follows: The crates are locally produced and repairable. Wood is particularly strong and resistant to weather and (sea) water. Wooden crates are often used for several trips and are more suitable for large fruits, for example watermelons.

Others: bubble wrap, tape, wrapping paper

We can organize dedicated tailor-made packaging according to the needs of your merchandise and its specific "fragile, dangerous ..."

Why packing is important for the insurance ?

The insurance could refuse reimbursement if it considers that the packaging of the damaged goods is insufficient, which is why it is essential to condition your goods properly.

Be careful not to neglect the packaging. 

Docshipper Tip : In case you have any doubts or any questions, do not hesitate to ask our experts for advice.

Freight insurance

We offer moving insurance because it is important to be insured. You have the guarantee of receiving your goods or reimbursed, shipping your goods with confidence and peace of mind.

The insurance rate depends on the type of goods, the insurance company, but also on the means of delivery you choose to take your goods to their final destination. By increasing your declared value, you will be able to cope with possible damages, but also with a larger volume of goods. However, you should only increase your declared value by a maximum of 22%.

Supplier management in China 

We control the quality ourselves together with our specialists and experts, so it is advantageous for your business It is also important to avoid any possible problems.

We establish a close relationship with your supplier to ensure your freight safety and quality. Furthermore, we have a multilingual team, the staff speak several languages

So we will avoid misunderstandings and litigation and easier to discuss with the manufacturers to organize the collection, the packaging needs, the licenses ...

Also, we also ensure the correct size of your products as well as the HS code is compliant.

3PL Services in Vietnam 

Packaging, order preparation and marking: With our warehouse, ideally located in the heart of Europe, in Camporosso in northern Italy, we store your products and prepare them for shipment throughout Europe. This formula has been designed to save you time, so that you can concentrate on your business.

With this type of service, we oversee all operations related to inventory management, warehousing, order picking, marking and, of course, dispatch.

Delivery of your products to the end of the world: We carry out from our warehouse the shipments of all your goods in B to C for our e-commerce partners. Thanks to our strategic location, we make sure to deliver your customers within 2 days maximum.

For more information on our 3PL services, please visit our page !

Shipping personal effects from Vietnam and free regulation advisor

Excess baggage 

We ship excess baggage by express air freight, simple, fast and economical. We advise you on all the administrative / paper documents you may need for your international shipment, this will save you time and above all avoid the administrative fees to be paid directly on the spot in the event of non-compliance of the documents.

DocShipper Advice : More than 10 years of expertise on the Asian continent, allows us to offer tailor-made freight solutions at more than competitive prices. Do not hesitate to contact our dedicated specialists for more information on your transfer, we are always happy to serve and disseminate our knowledge, we respond within 24 hours! Contact us.

DocShipper Advice : We help you with the entire sourcing process so don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions !

  • Having trouble finding the appropriate product? Enjoy our sourcing services, we directly find the right suppliers for you!
  • You don't trust your supplier? Ask our experts to do quality control to guarantee the condition of your goods!
  • Do you need help with the logistics? Our international freight department supports you with door to door services!
  • You don't want to handle distribution? Our 3PL department will handle the storage, order fulfillment, and last-mile delivery!

 

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