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Ship to 190+ countries with our wide reach across the globe and establish a global presence for your brand.
Ship with the top 5 carrier options best known for their international shipping services. – Aramex, Fedex, DHL, DTDC, UPS
New to international shipping? Explore the global markets hassle-free with our no minimum order commitment policy.
Minimum documentation required to help you get started easily and quickly. All you need is an Import Export Code (IEC).
Gain live tracking updates on SMS to gain real-time visibility of your shipments as they travel across the globe.
With our insurance coverage up to USD 100 for lost international shipments, you need not worry about losses!
Get support and assistance throughout the shipping process in a personalized manner.
Get express clearance and delivery for shipments below ₹ 25,000 and guidance on packaging to avoid damaged shipments.
Easily import all your orders across channels with our API integration and select the shipments.
Select a courier partner based on your specific requirements. Alternatively, you can also pick a partner based on our AI-driven recommendation engine.
Pack your shipments, print labels and hand them over to the courier partner. Following that, you can track your order and get real-time visibility on our dashboard.
The following are the documents, that are mandatory for International Shipping:
Proforma/Commercial Invoice: This includes the following,
• A detailed description of each item
• Export type (permanent, repair-return, temporary),
• The value of each item (excluding VAT),
• Quantity of all items,
• The total weight of the shipment,
• The origin of each item (the production country or countries),
• The reason for export (gift, commercial purposes, samples, repair),
• Harmonised System (HS) codes to classify each item.
Certificate of Origin
As a retailer, it is necessary for you to obtain a Certificate of Origin, typically issued by the chamber of commerce. This document serves as proof that a particular product has been sourced, produced, manufactured, or processed in a specific country.
Shipping label or Waybill
The shipping label is a crucial component of your shipment, as it contains vital information required for the successful delivery of your package. It includes essential details such as pickup and delivery addresses, sender and recipient information, tracking codes, package quantity, content description, and weight.
Customs declaration CN22/CN23
The customs declaration form fulfills a similar purpose to the commercial invoice by assisting authorities in determining the relevant customs duties and taxes applicable to the shipment. This document is a mandatory requirement for international shipping, providing essential information to customs authorities.
These are the products which cannot be shipped at any cost. They are banned and will not be accepted by courier partners at any cost. Below are the Few List of Products which are not allowed
• Cash (current legal tender)
• Loose precious and semi-precious stones
• Illegal goods, such as counterfeit goods and narcotics
• Flammable Liquids
• Explosives (e.g., airbags, small arms ammunition, and model rocket motors)
• Non-Flammable, Non-Toxic Gas
• Flammable Solids Etc.
No, since IEC is mandatory for all international shipments or to start a business in India that deals with imports and exports.
Shipyaari currently offers 5 carriers for international shipping:
However, please note that carrier availability may vary depending on the pick-up location and the destination of the shipment.
A MSDS certificare or Material Safety Data Sheet Certificate, is a detailed document that provides essential information about hazardous substances or materials being shipped internationally. It serves as a comprehensive resource for anyone involved in the handling, storage, or transportation of such materials.
The additional costs that could be involved in international shipping include: 1) Customs duties and taxes 2) Shipping insurance 3) Customs brokerage fee 4) Remote area surcharge
Yes, it is mandatory to have an AD code or Authorised Dealer Code to ship internationally.
An AD code or Authorized Dealer Code is issued by the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) is a unique identification number assigned to Indian exporters and importers. It serves as a regulatory requirement for cross-border trade transactions, ensuring compliance with foreign exchange regulations.
An AD code is absolutely vital for international shipping. It is mandatory when filling the customs declaration form when exporting. The AD Code also needs to be mentioned on the export documentation to verify aithenticity of the transaction. The AD Code is also required when initiating international payments, such as repatriation of export proceeds.