Parcels sent abroad need to go through foreign customs, and the customs inspection of parcels is basically in the form of random inspection. If your package is taxed, you will have to pay the tax yourself, but this is less likely to happen.
Reference table of tariff thresholds in various countries:
Reminder: The above exchange rate is for reference only, please calculate according to the real-time exchange rate;
Canada and European countries have stricter package inspections, and commercial express such as DHL, UPS, etc. are more likely to be subject to tariffs
Attached: List of taxation in each province of Canada
1. The weight of the parcel is an important basis for the customs of various countries to judge civilian parcels and commercial parcels. More than 10kg is more likely to be regarded as a commercial package, so when you submit the waybill, please consider the weight of the package. If you choose DHL, you also need to consider the volume of the product (DHL confirms the charge based on the volume and weight of the product).
2. The upper limit of the package weight is set to 20kg. If it exceeds 20kg, you can submit the waybill separately, but it is recommended that each waybill should not exceed 10kg.
3. Excessive quantity of the same product is also the basis for being judged as a commercial package. Please try to avoid using the same package to send a large number of the same product.
4. Of course, as you know, we cannot give you a 100% guarantee as to whether your parcel will be taxed in the end.
An important basis for the customs of various countries to judge civilian and commercial packages is the weight of the package and the number of items. The probability of being regarded as a commercial package exceeding 10KG is relatively high. Therefore, when submitting the waybill, please confirm the weight of the package. Excessive quantity is also one of the basis for the weight of commercial packages, so please try to avoid using the same package to send a single product with a large quantity.
In addition, subject to customs policies, please choose carefully for food items.
The above information comes from the collection and arrangement of Internet data, which is only available for reference and does not have standard guidance.
Due to the particularity of international transportation, some packages may fail the security inspection and return the package when they are delivered to the domestic customs. Generally, you don’t have to worry. After the package is returned after the domestic security inspection, we will arrange a new package for free. send.
1. Some lines may be taxed or customs clearance time may be longer
|mode of transport||Country||Remarks|
|DHL||Canada||may be taxed|
UK, Germany, Italy, Spain
|may be taxed|
|EMS||Germany, Italy||may be taxed|
|Türkiye, Ukraine||May be taxed, customs clearance time may be longer|
|Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia, India, Jordan||May be taxed, customs clearance time may be longer|
|South Africa, Brazil, Argentina||May be taxed, customs clearance time may be longer|
|Panama, Cuba, Mexico||May be taxed, customs clearance time may be longer|
2. DHL and SF International need to charge additional postage for remote areas
DHL query remote area link address: http://raslist.dhl.com/jsp/first.jsp
(1)Remote areas in Hong Kong: http://www.sf-express.com/hk/tc/download/Remote_area_TC.pdf
(2)Remote areas in Taiwan: http://www.sf-express.com/tw/tc/download/TW_Remote_Area_tc.pdf
Parcels sent abroad need to go through foreign customs, and the customs inspection of parcels is basically in the form of random inspection. If the customs thinks that your package is special (for example: large size, heavy weight or contains sensitive goods, etc.), the general customs will take the initiative to contact the recipient to provide an invoice or customs clearance documents (the cost of customs clearance shall be borne by the recipient); If you do not have a product invoice, you can contact CNstorm customer service to provide it, but other customs clearance documents, such as import licenses, must be provided by the recipient. The recipient will be responsible for the cost of the package being returned or destroyed because the recipient cannot be contacted or the recipient does not cooperate to actively contact the customs for customs clearance.
Reminder: For purchasing goods on behalf of others, if payment proof is required for customs clearance, our company only provides proof of payment order screenshots, and does not provide proofs such as invoices and receipts.