Excess Baggage to Sao Paulo
Shipping Excess Baggage to Sao Paulo does not have to be an expensive exercise. We have very good rates for anyone who is looking at shipping Excess baggage to Sao Paulo whether you are going for a holiday or for work we can arrange your shipping to Sao Paulo.
All shipments sent to Brazil require the Tax ID of the recipient, which is similar to a company registration number. The term ‘Tax ID’ will not necessarily be recognised in Brazil; the terms to use are:
Cadastro Nacional Pessoa Juridica (CNPJ) – (Businesses)
Cadastro de Pessoa Fisica (CPF) – (Private individuals)
Shipments without this may be subject to fines or returned at cost. Please ensure this is provided at the time of booking and included on the customs invoice.
Shipments with a declared value above 3000 USD will be converted into formal entry, but will be subject to additional customs charges.
Duties and tax may apply to your shipment; it is strongly recommended you contact the Brazilian Embassy prior to shipping for further advice.
Duties and tax may still be applicable if the shipment is returned or abandoned.
An Airline Handling Charge of £40 is applicable to all Airport arrival shipments and weight is calculated by actual weight or volumetric weight whichever is the greater. Minimum Shipment weight is 25Kgs.
Air freight rates are calculated on the greater of the actual weight or volumetric weight, the formula is calculated Length cm x Height cm x Width cm divided by 6000 or 4000 depending on service.
Door to Airport Shipments exclude Customs Clearance, Destination Port/Airport Fees & Delivery at Destination.
Air Freight & Sea Freight Door to Door Shipments include the above services but exclude Duties & Taxes, Cargo Dues fees in South Africa (unless prepaid on collection) and Quarantine Fees in Australia & New Zealand, Deliveries on door to door shipments are based on a 50km/30 mile radius from Port of Entry shown on the contract.
Sea Freight Door to Port.
Our Door to Port Excess Baggage shipping service allows you to collect your shipment on its arrival at the destination port. In most cases, as the owner/sender, you will need to collect your Excess Baggage personally, clear it through customs and settle any terminal charges, customs duty, local tax or wharfage fees – including, where applicable, New Zealand/Australia quarantine fees.