SHANGHAI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BanSar, the leading freight forwarder in China, today begun to offer quick customs clearance in the Philippines. The custom clearance will be for sea freight, air freight and door to door services from China to Philippines.
By adopting the new strategy, BanSar will eliminate possible delays when importing from China to Philippines by speeding up customs clearance procedures at the port. Still BanSar will provide FCL and LCL shipping from China to Philippines.
“Customs clearance is one of the most demanding and tedious processes when importing from China to Philippines, despite the various trade agreements between these two countries,” said Mr. Max Liu, founder of BanSar. “By adopting a one day quick customs clearance, BanSar aims to speed up the processes and reduce importing times to ensure every product gets to any of the Philippines archipelagos in time.”
With BanSar’s one day quick customs clearance in the Philippines, all importers from China will benefit from:
Quick registration with the Bureau of Customs (BOC). It aims to reduce the possible delays due to customs clearance.
Furthermore, BanSar will help importers to find the best import tariffs using Philippines “tax finder” system. Thus, it will help clients calculate all payable taxes when importing from China to Philippines, facilitating faster custom clearance.
Currently, BanSar has offices in Philippines to facilitate every process in its one day customs clearance service. With the extensive knowledge of regulations and trade agreements such as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), BanSar has now optimized and streamlined the importation process from China to Philippines.
For 10 years now, BanSar has grown to be a premier freight forwarder in China. It offers a range of logistics services while partnering with various carriers and airlines for competitive rates.
With BanSar, clients can use containers for free up to 28 days and warehouse without paying for 20 to 30 days. At every stage, BanSar aims to reduce sourcing procedures and costs for all its clients shipping from China to all global ports in the world.