Excess Baggage to New Zealand
Sea Freight Door to Door
Sea Freight Door to Port Service from
When Shipping Excess Baggage to New Zealand only a reputable company should be used such as Storage Boys, whether you are going on holiday, business or immigrating to New Zealand. Storage Boys deliver excess baggage that can’t travel on your flight or that you wish to arrive before or after you. With our Excess Baggage Shipping service we can deliver your belongings anywhere in the world. Our Excess Baggage shipping service offers a Safe and Reliable way of shipping to New Zealand.
For more information or advice on Shipping to New Zealand, please feel free to contact our dedicated Shipping to New Zealand team on +44 (0)1784 488519
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.
Regulations for importing Personal Effects into New Zealand
Up to now, where a returning New Zealand resident arrived after their shipment did, or goods were imported by a foreign national whose residence status was not finalised, a deposit was paid to New Zealand Customs to the value of the duty and tax which would apply as if no concession existed for that importer. The importer was then able to apply to have that deposit refunded once they arrived or received residency status (assuming that they fulfilled the normal other criteria for duty and tax free importation).
This regulation is about to change and is put in effect on 1st of December. So what is changing?
If the importer of the goods does not, at the time of importation of the goods, hold a document authorising permanent residence in New Zealand, or they have not arrived in New Zealand at the time of importation of the goods then the goods do not qualify for concessionary entry.
If the concession conditions cannot be met then the goods must be entered on an import entry and duty and/or GST is required to be paid. This revenue is not refundable even if at a later stage the importer obtains a qualifying visa, as at the time of importation they did not qualify for the concession and therefore the revenue was not paid in error.
So what does that mean to you?
You must be in New Zealand when your goods arrive, or duty and/or GST will be charged on your shipment, even if you meet the other criteria for duty & tax free entry of your goods. No concession will be made if you arrive after your goods do, and you will not have the right to reclaim any duty or tax paid at the time of entry of your goods