China-Pakistan logistics line
a、Can undertake the shipping business including 20GP, 40GP, 40HQ, 45HQ; Open top box; Frame box; Freezer box;
b、Acting on various types of chemicals, dangerous goods, mechanical goods, food, cosmetics, liquid goods and other goods by the normal way of shipping export business.
c、Our range of services can include Hong Kong to Hong Kong, Hong Kong to the door, door to door and freight to pay.
d、Provide separate booking, trailers, customs declaration, commodity inspection, warehousing and other services.
2、Shipping import: Can undertake import shipping business under various terms, including FOB; FCA; EXW, etc., and has relatively comprehensive overseas agency resources, which can effectively assist customers in handling overseas affairs.
3、Air Import and Export: It can undertake various types of air cargo import and export logistics business.
4、Domestic and international transport of bulk cargo and bulk cargoes: Whether your needs are bulk carriers or ro-ro ships, whether your cargo is bulk cargo, pallets, large parts or complete vehicles, we will use our expertise. Arrange the most reasonable shipping route for you.
5、Domestic and international transport of bulk cargo and bulk cargoes: Whether your needs are bulk carriers or ro-ro ships, whether your cargo is bulk cargo, pallets, large parts or complete vehicles, we will use our expertise. Arrange the most reasonable shipping route for you.
1. Overseas Agent: With a full range of overseas agency resources, it can effectively help customers handle overseas affairs.
2. Route resources: Establish strategic cooperation with major shipping companies and airlines, guaranteeing freight rates and space availability.
3. Cooperative teams: Many large fleets work closely together with high on-time rates.
4. Channel outlets: You can provide logistics services in any domestic port.
5. Bill of Lading Efficiency: 3 working days for the Ocean Route and 5 sunrise bills for the Ocean Route.
6. Supporting Services: Processing visa extensions, invitations, etc.
Q: How long does it take for my goods to be shipped to a certain port? How can I check the arrival time of my goods?
A: The time from getting on the ship to arriving at the destination port is not fixed, but each shipping company will have an estimated time. Because the goods are transported by sea at sea, there will be many uncertainties, such as typhoon, which will affect the progress of the ship. . The estimated time of arrival of the goods can be queried through our company's website www.kstcargo.com's cargo tracking tool, or consult our professional staff.
Q: I have goods to be exported overseas by sea. How should I make an inquiry and what information needs to be provided?
A: You need to provide us with the following: the country, destination port, container type, loading location, and sea freight rate for your shipments are to be paid or prepaid, and whether there is a designated shipping company.
Q: How do I choose the right ship to ship to a foreign destination?
A: First of all, you must first inform us of the final destination of your goods, and tell us your basic needs, such as: seasonal goods, high demand for time; or hope that the freight rate is cheap; or request a port of destination service Well, customs clearance is convenient; our professional business staff will choose the best shipping company for you based on your requirements to ensure that your goods are safe and smoothly reach you or your customers.
Q: After the goods are loaded, how many days will it take for the bill of lading to be issued?
A: First of all, the bill of lading can only be issued after the vessel on which your cargo is sailing. Our commitment to issue a bill of lading for the customer is that the bill of lading of the Ocean Line will be issued within 3 working days after the vessel sails. The bills of lading of other routes will be sailed on the vessel. It will be issued within 7 working days.
Q: When should we provide the information required for customs declaration?
A: Please provide accurate inventory information about two days before the interception, including the exact name, material, HS code, number of pieces, gross weight, and volume.