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5 Mistakes New Importers Make When Importing Products from China

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Discover the 5 mistakes new importers make when they are importing products from China. Don’t make the same mistakes! Get our free ebook: http://wholesaleted.com/4-step Freightos: http://wholesaleted.com/go/freightos First mistake importers make when importing products from China: Assuming that shipping by sea will be the cheapest option A lot of new importers think they will save money if they ship by sea rather than air. On the surface it seems cheaper as importers usually pay around 60 cents/KG when shipping via sea, compared to the $7/KG when shipping by air courier. Unfortunately what they don’t realize is that the reason it’s that cheap is because when shipping via sea, you ship via container, and you need to rent an entire container. They are very large and require you to be shipping hundreds of KGs to be making it worth your time. If you are an Amazon private label seller, you are unlikely to have enough stock being shipped to fill a container by at least 60-70% so it will be cheaper to ship by air. When shipping by air, you have two options: 1) Air freight 2) Air courier Air courier is when you have your items shipped door-to-door. It is the easiest but the most expensive per KG (although in smaller quantities it is cheaper). Air freight is when you have your items flown from one airport to the other. You will need to organize other additional services: * Having the items delivered to the airport * A customs broker * Having the items delivered from the airport to the final location. There are a lot of fixed fees with this which means it becomes cheaper to use air freight with larger quantities. To figure out which option will be cheaper for you, I recommend using Freightos. Second mistake importers make when importing products from China: Not using the Metric system In China, they use the Metric system and not the Imperial system. So be sure to use KGs instead of lbs and CM instead of inches. It’s important to remember that when working with Chinese suppliers that they expect you to work on their terms and their timeframes. It can be frustrating, but it’s worth it for the cheap Chinese products you import! Third mistake importers make when importing products from China: Using Less than Container Load for shipping When shipping by sea, you have two options: 1) FCL which stands for Full Container Load 2) LCL which stands for Less than Container Load Inexperienced importers fall for the trap of shipping with LCL because they see that the price are extremely cheap. What they don’t realize is that these LCL companies have special deals with the ports to charge you extremely high Destination Service Charges. The LCL companies then make their money in the form of a “rebate” which is essentially commissions/kickbacks. Destination Service Charges are usually priced per-container and cost between $500-$1000 per container for ports in the USA. But when shipping by LCL you end up paying a high fee per cubic meters. It means that you often end up paying a fee comparable to shipping an entire container. Don’t fall for this trap: If you can’t break even with FCL, then ship by air. Fourth mistake importers make when importing products from China: not calculating the correct duties you will need to pay When you import products from China, you will need to pay duties at the border. If you don’t calculate the correct rate you can get a shock if it comes back as more than you expected. Duties can be a bit complicated to work out because there are a lot of variables. For example, if you imported woolen jackets, you need to consider which country the wool came from, as some countries (like Israel) have duty-free agreements over wool, which would reduce the duties you had to pay. On the other hand if synthetic fibres were used instead of pure wool, then your duty rates would be higher since there are higher duties applied to synthetic fibres within the USA. To figure out what your duty rate is, find out what the HTS (Harmonized Tax System) code is for your item. To find this, ask your Chinese supplier as they will most likely know. You can then go through the HTS manual and find what the duty rate is for the HTS code of your products. Fifth mistake importers make when importing products from China: being afraid to make mistakes And finally - don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Through making mistakes you learn how to overcome them the next time and make even more money. Mistakes are apart of entrepreneurship. Learn from others - and learn from your own as well!
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Isira Aarewatte (6 days ago)
Her accent makes me want to keep watching
Beautiful Life (7 days ago)
Thank you for this awesome video. It sorted out for me some importing questions in 13 minutes. Subscribed!
N Strat (8 days ago)
She is saying "courier" just in case anyone was confused
falcon 82 (9 days ago)
Feedix sounds good to me
Dzung Doan (10 days ago)
Very useful. Thank you so much.
Roo Roo (11 days ago)
Don't forget VAT is the biggest charge if you import goods. Normally it's about 20% of the TOTAL cost of goods and shipment.
The Legend (12 days ago)
That accent is beautiful lmao.
Marcel Watson (12 days ago)
Great video Sarah. Very insightful. Still finding it a little hard to believe in air freight being a better deal than ocean though. I've been in contact with a few companies, and the general consensus and difference quoted between the two is pretty dramatic - $1600 air and $600 ocean! Is it really possible for additional surprise fees of over $1k to incur with ocean??
Kisa Herbert (12 days ago)
Just answered all my questions
Bruno Ward (13 days ago)
great video and great presenter
D. T. (16 days ago)
Thank you so much for the very helpful video :)
Neptune_ed (17 days ago)
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Azn Mike (19 days ago)
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Ignacio Benitez (21 days ago)
this guy Philip A Covington copy your video word by word.
I think your friend had a bad experience with LCL shipment for not being informed previously. You must know correctly the incoterm you will choose and you must know all the destination fees before acceptance. So your friends mistake wasn't that he shipped by ocean. His mistake was not having in detail all the costs and fees before shipment, so he maybe could have gotten better prices if compared and negotiated with other shippping companies (freight forwarders, NVOCCs).
Reelworthy (23 days ago)
She really is enjoying this... my stomach is turning (cause I'm a noob)
Annette Tom (26 days ago)
Thanks Sarah you give amazing invaluable advice
Tom A Hawk (27 days ago)
Smart and cute
Jason Green (29 days ago)
You know everything don't you?
Juff (29 days ago)
Is she trans
John David (30 days ago)
Great video. Air or sea?
sebastiano lo sapio (1 month ago)
LCL usually has to be quoted door to door without any extra charge maybe only in case of Custom Inspection there are extra charges. Depends of which forwarder you chose to make your LCL transport..
Gilang Mahesa (1 month ago)
I like your accent
CCRider100 (1 month ago)
This video is wrong, you do not need to ship a container to get low ocean freight costs, and for it to be much cheaper than air. Like anything in life, shop around, as there are big differences in shipping companies. I routinely ocean ship LCL from China to Vancouver Canada for $180-$220 USD and this is for 300-400 Kg weight. That is the total cost for all charges door to door, including warehouse and dock fees. Brokerage, duties, taxes are extra of course. Try shipping 400 Kg by air for that kind of money. It is not just weight that impacts shipping costs, volume also plays a major role. If what you are importing is dense, ie fairly heavy when packed into boxes, but relatively small in cubic volume, it is typically VERY cheap to ship by ocean. 1CBM is the minimum volume for most shipping companies for ocean freight, but if your goods are dense, you can pack hundreds of KG into 1CBM and it is dirt cheap compared to the same volume and weight by air. As the CBM increases so does the shipping cost, but that is even more true for air freight which can get incredibly expensive very very fast. Unless you are shipping REALLY small volume (much less than 1CBM) and weight (well under 100 Kg), ocean freight is usually a lot cheaper than air, at least it is if you live near a major west coast port. I understand that this video is mostly talking about bringing goods from China to USA, but it cannot be that much different from China to Canada, especially if you are located on the west coast.
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W E Media (1 month ago)
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Ladytime (1 month ago)
Thank you for this very helpful video. I HAD NO IDEA and I live in a port city. lol
Don Mega (1 month ago)
there's also shipping by train. I got a 35kg box for just $99, fulfilled by UPS at least at my end. taxes paid too from china to Finland. didn't need to order anything more. the item itself was very cheap $300, selling for a $800. doubling the money with that alone. so yeah ask about that option too. 5:30 yeah metric system is logical and simple and works with math formulas. inches confuse me with the 3/8", 1/32" etc.
Usmkhalid (1 month ago)
Hey there. Hope you're doing well. I wanted to know if I can write to you personally? I need help with my first order for Amazon. Thanks.
Sarah Brooke (1 month ago)
I suggest that you stand a bit closer to the camera hhhhh please go back you gave me a headache
kbp1231 ATgmailcom (1 month ago)
I have a new mentor. Great job!!!!!
Chris Myhre (1 month ago)
Two thumbs up! (Three or four if I had them) Great video. Thanks!
ahmed khalaf (1 month ago)
American with a british togue
Perry Froze (1 month ago)
Hey Wholesale Ted, Where do I get UPC codes for my Amazon FBA products and how long does it take to get, thanks bro.
Jacinta (1 month ago)
Hi Sarah, what do you think about my product it is 6 Kg per item and I am planning on ordering 1,000? I was going to do LCL but now I'm not sure. I'm buying from China and selling on Amazon.
Shipping by ear..???
Tirath Mudher (1 month ago)
I want to start online business but always afraid of making mistakes, I think I can go to you for advice
Mahla morteza (1 month ago)
Hi dear, I love your videos and find very useful. My order value is $2654 plus $1300 shipping (for 10 boxes, total Gross weight: 125kg) total invoice: $3954. I requested supplier DDP service and supplier said the shipping method is Air freight, and I have EIN number as well. I already gave supplier the FBA Inspection address to ship. - Am I in the right way? - Do I need customs broker? - Is the shipping cost reasonable? - Did I have better and cheaper option for shipping? - What is my next step? Thank you for your kindness. Regard, Alex
1LIFE WE LIVE (1 month ago)
By ear??????????????😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
Smart Keeks (1 month ago)
i have a wholesale in China for Sneakers ,clothes and hair. you can connect me on wechat : smartcheeteendee
Knowledge Is Power (1 month ago)
Hi I am starting a small clothing essential online store (Socks, Boxers and t-shirts ) There are so many manufactorers and suppliers that i don`t even know where to start. Could someone help me to find a great manufacturer for my business, doesn`t matter if it`s from China, Usa or other places. I have some criterias: 1. Cost 2. Great Quality 3. A manufactorer that is straightforwardly and easy to work with 4. Good communcation If you have any others tips i would love to hear them. Thanks :)
PETER LITCHFIELD (1 month ago)
awesome opportunity, thank you
Mohamed BENADJI (1 month ago)
Thank you for this post!!
BEERCOASTERSpl (1 month ago)
I've never thought New Zealanders have such funny accent. :-)
ZingiForTheWin (1 month ago)
Abd Abdf (1 month ago)
Hello can you give me your address wherehouse? Or contact in China I have some goods.
Augustas Gesevicius (1 month ago)
soo cute :D thanks for the knowledge!
mohammed a (1 month ago)
yeah great stuff
Ali Al-hadad (1 month ago)
I have a set of aramex shop&ship addresses, and I was thinking to utilize some of them (specifically USA, Hong Kong, Singapore or Dubai) to ship indirectly via them to my country (near Dubai in the Gulf area) to get them faster and avail from free shipping to these hubs. But I was hesitant to do so thinking whether shipping to these hups duty free or there should be some duties paid there as well as again in my country. So this complication make me to stop in following this way of shipping. So anyone can advise in this regards.
Kharjai (2 months ago)
When a random 14 minute YouTube video teaches you more about business than several classes at university...
Ballwiz 23 (2 months ago)
What I got from this is to always use an air carrier because all the other options have a high chance of screwing you over, and to know your products' HTS rate. Does that about sum it up?
Golda Girl (2 months ago)
I like your channel so I've subscribed really interesting.
dominique schmitz (2 months ago)
you are the sister of shmee?
Wholesale Ted (2 months ago)
Haha does he have a New Zealand accent? (No)
None Of The Above (2 months ago)
Is she a dingo
Dustin Henderson (2 months ago)
I work at an airline and am able to fly free in the US. Also it cost very little for me to fly anywhere in the world like maybe $50. How could I use this to make money importing and exporting.
Heinrich Gerber (2 months ago)
How do you ship by ear?
Mahla morteza (2 months ago)
Hi dear, I love your videos and find very useful. My order value is $2654 plus $1300 shipping (for 10 boxes, total Gross weight: 125kg) total invoice: $3954. I requested supplier DDP service and supplier said the shipping method is Air freight, and I have EIN number as well. I already gave supplier the FBA Inspection address to ship. - Am I in the right way? - Do I need customs broker? - Is the shipping cost reasonable? - Did I have better and cheaper option for shipping? - What is my next step? Thank you for your kindness. Regard, Alex
Cudi's Reveal BOX (2 months ago)
I love the content but can u tell me pls how u doing sales or what strategies u using to sale products u look so wise but not wiser than us
Cudi's Reveal BOX (2 months ago)
U make me horny lol
Buzzy Beez (2 months ago)
Great video Sarah! Thank you. You're very helpful! Do you have to quality check personnel before the goods are sent from China?
Mayank Nagpal (2 months ago)
Ship via sea 😂😂 those folks must be dumbass
Hi Kid (2 months ago)
So is it good to shipping by air?
Harvey Degree (2 months ago)
So much enthusiasm - I like it
Maria Ritchie (2 months ago)
John Heath (2 months ago)
Re mistake #3 - I disagree and so does my accountant. The error here is not knowing the right "incoterms". Newbies should Google this word. I think you're wrong to say buyers need air freight if they're not buying a full container load (FCL). Your friend's goods were probably sent by CIF: Cost, Insurance and Freight. This is a huge mistake, but it isn't true that this is the only option other than air freight, which your video imputes. Last year, due to problems with 2 suppliers delivering late, I switched 4CBM of sea freight to air freight and it cost me thousands more than the 4CBM I didn't switch. There's no dodgy apples-with-oranges comparison there, either. One load from Guangzhou and one from Beijing were swapped to air freight, while one from Xiamen and another from Shenzhen remained sea freight, all within 2 weeks of one another and all roughly the same size loads. You are correct that air courier is cheaper until about the 40-50kg mark. With sea freight, you will pay the same port and customs fees for 1kg as you do for 1 tonne. But if you're shifting over 100kg or 1 CBM and air freight is cheaper, your freight forwarder or your local port authority is ripping you off. If your friend had instead purchased from China on FOB terms (Free On Board), and then engaged his own freight forwarder, he would have been protected from this. You still need to shop around - I'm paying half what others were quoting me when I started looking for a forwarder.
John Heath (2 months ago)
What about LCL shipping? Costs me about $420AUD port fees + delivery + $60USD for 1 cubic metre, shipping to Australia. About 40KG is the tipping point re courier cheapness here.
21ADB21 (2 months ago)
This girl has no idea what she is talking about... Nothing she has said is even remotely correct. Newbies, take it from a wholesale distributor who imports globally, source your information from elsewhere.
Perry Froze (1 month ago)
Where do I get UPC codes for my Amazon FBA products and how long does it take to get, thanks bro.
21ADB21 (1 month ago)
Tom Neverdal ask the manufacturer for the shipping weight CBM and HS Code (custom code) check on relevant authorise website for rates/duties. In the UK all of the duties and HS codes are listed on a national database available online. Get in touch with a freight forwarder, give them the CBM data and ask them to quote FOB Port China delivered to your warehouse. Use a forwarder based in your home country close to your nearest major port. Ask for a breakdown of costs. There will be a few costs such as port fees/de-containing for LCL etc. They are minimal, 2-3 hundred bucks max and that is me basing it on a FCL 40ft with a high 10 figure contents value. Remember your freight forwarder will charge you a fee for organising the payment of any duty . Usually 2-3% of total duty amount or a fixed fee, which ever is more. The US is a huge market with well established shipping lanes/companies so your shipping costs for container or so will be lower than you think If you need to ship LCL do it, still cost effective, don't listen to the author of the video. Good luck.
Tom Neverdal (1 month ago)
21ADB21 ok thanks. I am actually looking into importing anywhere from 5000 to 20000 stuffed animals for a major ski resort in the USA. I'm just trying to learn the best way to import from China and how to avoid all the traps figuring out all the feasts like custom fees Etc. It's definitely a little overwhelming. What's the best way to learn all this stuff?
21ADB21 (1 month ago)
Tom Neverdal China > UK . Much the same rate China > most major ports US
Tom Neverdal (1 month ago)
21ADB21 From where though?
Ilyas Benhssine (3 months ago)
your videos are useful thanks but you are ugly for your next videos please put the camera far away from your face I am serious
1292liam (3 months ago)
Here's a new conundrum (to me), and Id like anyones opinion please... I found a product on Jungle Scout with only one seller. The manufacturer of this product I soon found on Alibaba. Cut to several weeks later (just before I am about to order from them) ..and I have just googled the Amazon seller name, along with 'China' - The result is the Amazon seller name, on a page of a company (not the one listed on Alibaba that I have been conversing with) who is in the same city as the manufacturer I have been conversing with. The manufacturer is clearly the other sole amazon seller (this would make sense as to why the english standard is poor in the listing). More and more Chinese are selling directly to Amazon.. From this forum, read the entry under danzigdespatch1.. https://sellercentral-europe.amazon.com/forums/t/does-amazon-now-allow-sellers-based-in-china-to-sell-on-the-amazon-uk-site/99461/13 What do I do? I am going to politely let them know (what I now know) ..and see what they say. My own view: They have the product listed on alibaba, in the hope that some big (or little) retailer will want to stock it. ..But if they are in competition with me, this has got to be a bad thing (?) They can cut the price far more aggressively than me. It makes me wonder why a product like this isn't patented (I did a UK check, and their name/logo isn't there). Why invent a great product and then let anyone buy it, when they can take all the profit, especially with a ready made global market place = Amazon.
Mikkel Anderson (3 months ago)
How can one order from this Israel when Israel does not exist?
1292liam (3 months ago)
Are the prices listed on Alibaba - 'FOB' as standard, or EXW? I bet no one knows the answer to this
1292liam (3 months ago)
awesome, thanks dude.
Normally EXW, because these are literally "product costs" and nothing else. Everything else kind of depends how you ship it to you :)
Analu Iri (3 months ago)
Hi! thanks for the video! :) I've got some questions. I've read that normally there are no taxes under 2.500USD cost value importing by air (UPS) to the USA. But do those 2.500U$D refer only to the product cost- or to the product cost+shipping? I mean, if my product costs 4,40U$D and I've bought 500 units (total of 2.200USD) and the shipping costs 1.000 U$D, do I have to pay taxes when I import it to the USA? And also, is there any limit of importations per month? If for 500 units don't have to pay taxes, but in a future I want to import more units of the product (lets say 1.000 units), can I send them separately (500 and 500) to avoid taxes, with, for example one day of difference? Thanks!
Chuck Maddison (3 months ago)
Very good advice but God you're cute.
Aeryn Sunn (3 months ago)
You just saved me a lot of trouble. Thank you so much.
Semicabin mac (3 months ago)
I use LCL all the time and am extremely happy with it. If I use Air it would cost me $250 per item to my door DHL/TNT, if I use LCL it costs me $20 per item to my door. Get quotes and always have a buffer in your pricing. If you are worried about freight costing you hundreds/thousands for multiple items then maybe importing is not for you.
Semicabin mac (3 months ago)
Wholesale Ted yes huge and heavy, there’s more room to move if you know what I mean. Great instructional videos you provide, keep it up. I need to learn more about finding new products. I’m originally from the west coast of NZ so I can understand you perfectly :-)
Wholesale Ted (3 months ago)
$250 per ITEM... you must be shipping something that is HUGE!
Hi people, what about DDP by sea. ¿is still risky?
Not really, but I only recommend it with really large quantities or really heavy products. With small / lightweight ones you can easily use air transportation while still not paying too much.
Gamez Forums Net (3 months ago)
shipping by ear :)
otoPARS TV (3 months ago)
I had the mistake of LCL. It s rip off. Thank you for teaching people about this.
Kenny Nguyen (3 months ago)
Shipping carrier what does it mean when they have these type of carrier and which one do u guys recommend that'll help you save a lot HK DHL FedEx IP UPS Saver Standard FRDHL FedEx IE UPS Expedited ARAMEX DPEX Post Air Parcel Other service provider
Rodney Daugherty (3 months ago)
Cute 😊and smart
slik pop (3 months ago)
I register a shopify store a week ago. customized the theme,set up payment & shipping.Looks perfect. After i added my credit card ,it down:( Please help.
Anders Ravn Nielsen (3 months ago)
Do yourself a favor and check if the Chinese company is legit and don’t take anything at face value before you place an order. Always ask for a copy of the business license and check if the license is genuine and the company is legit. In China all companies are registered with a Chinese name. There is no English version of a business license, so non-Chinese readers have to partner up with somebody who can read Chinese characters. You can verify that the information on a Chinese business license is genuine in the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System ( http://www.gsxt.gov.cn ) which is an online database where you can access information about all registered legal entities in China. The database is public and free to use. It is not hard to imagine how simple it is for fraudulent companies to produce a fake digital copy of a business license. The most common tricks are to change the company name, increase the amount of registered capital or change the year of establishment to hide a short history. The database will show if the information on the business license corresponds to information in the official company database. The database will show information such as registered capital that indicates company size. Companies with a low registered capital of CNY 500,000 (USD 80,000) or less are most likely to be wholesalers. Manufacturing companies would obviously need to show a much higher amount of registered capital to be approved. Other important information on the business license is year of establishment, address, name of legal representative, shareholders and business scope. The database will also show if the company has been subject to penalties or legal disputes. Please also check my WordPress page with more information on how to cross check Chinese companies http://companycrosscheck.wordpress.com
Tonny Milfiger (3 months ago)
hi i think should be consider making deeper video about shipping. by mean so. what are the shipping option the "carrier" have fast\slow price affective, what are the size limit for a box. what is the terms for payed duty in advance or there is not option? how to ship with agent? or with dhl\fedex direct? ....
We Good Ent (3 months ago)
Will there be extra fees on a shipment of $433 from china?
Interested In (3 months ago)
This video operates on an erroneous assumption. That all that is imported can readily be sold. Just not the case anymore. US consumers are now importing.
Tonny Milfiger (3 months ago)
for small packages there is air post mail which i think could be nice if you cover the different type for some products its really price effective
Thank you very much for posting this video
LOVEuBlink182 (3 months ago)
Wow i had to pay 100 dollars when i received my package from china. Should have watched this first
Peppy Ben Ben (3 months ago)
What’s a currier?
Duvall Brown (3 months ago)
Do i have to use Product Inspection Service: Pre-shipment Inspection on Alibaba and if i don't what happens? Your videos are very helpful...
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Carlos prince (2 months ago)
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Happy Ness (2 months ago)
Carlos prince Hi ... how much money I should have to start? Plz answer
TaraDragon1 (4 months ago)
Dear God! I wish I had watched this before I made my purchase with Alibaba! I am now going to be paying several hundred dollars in customs clearance and fees due to using sea freight, when I could have avoided this by paying a mere $40 by using UPS!!!! AAARRRGGGHHH!!!! The worst thing is, I was also a victim of mistake #5...I waited for 2 YEARS, thinking I had done all the research and "due diligence" I needed to make the right decision, and still, I managed to screw it up! Now I have no profit margin left and still have to spend the next several months trying to unload this crap just to try and recoup my losses!
John Heath (2 months ago)
My experience in Australia might not be perfectly relevant to yours, but if it was here the answer would be yes. If you were me, you'd be looking at about $400 in fees once the goods arrive to your port, to get them to you, for under 1 CBM of goods. That is assuming you only have document fees for a single overseas supplier. Under 40kg or so, use an air courier for a door-to-door price. I pay about $35USD freight for small samples to Australia. They would cost me about $500 if sent by sea.
Ramzi Al Arja (3 months ago)
TaraDragon1 hey bro does it require customs clearance when you're importing small quantities? Like example 50 and bellow? Will be glad if you answer..
The Joker (4 months ago)
Damit I don't understand shit of what you're saying. You both fast and weird accent make this impossible for me to understand.
Paul Robinson (4 months ago)
nice work
angel goñi garcia (4 months ago)
Hi dear.What you are mentioning about maritime shipments is not exactly true.You will have huge arrival port charges only if you let your chinese supplier pay the ocean freight and choose the maritime Company.If you take on the service on freight collect basis,and choose by yourself the maritime Company you will control all charges from the beginning,and the cost will be much lower than those of air shipment.I have been working in a lcl maritime shipments for more than twenty years.Take for sure that i know what i am talking about.Try it on!
change lifestyle (4 months ago)
Hello thank you for your help its realy great work Can i ask i have oil product for hair from new i have new oil for hair i want to export it to usa do you have any idea or suggestion
Ivan Stoyanov (4 months ago)
So freightos does not show you the final price when they give you a final LCL quote? Transporting by sea comes at about $1000 for 500 units of my product, while transporting by air is $3300+.
J.P (4 months ago)
99 cent store cheap shit
J.P (4 months ago)
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