Qatar is an Arab country in southwest Asia. It is located on the Qatar Peninsula on the southwest coast of the Persian Gulf. It borders the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia and has a coastline of 550 kilometers. Hamad is the port of Qatar, formerly known as the Doha New Port, which opened in December 2016. How long does it take to ship from China to Qatar? Taking Shenzhen Yantian as the starting port and Doha, Qatar as the destination port, the approximate voyage from Shenzhen to Qatar is about 23 days.
How much does the shipping cost from China to Qatar cost? The specific freight depends on how many items you have, the type of items, the whole cabinet, or the bulk. The cost should be based on actual goods. The approximate cost is as follows (for reference only). You are also welcome to consult Basenton, and we have professional staff to serve you.
1. Ocean freight
2. Document fee
3. Single fee
4. Seal fee
5. Terminal fees
6. Other surcharges
Knowing how long it takes to ship from China to Qatar, what documents are needed for shipping from China to Qatar? On September 17, 2017, the direct shipping route from China to Hamad, Qatar was opened. The order of port calls in Shanghai, Ningbo, Kaohsiung, Xiamen, Shekou, Malaysia Port Klang, Jebel Ali, Hamad Port, Umm Castle. The fastest 15-day voyage from Shenzhen to Hamad, Qatar. Documents required for Qatar customs clearance:
1. The original commercial invoice with the head and seal of the consignor’s company is required. The original commercial invoice must be certified by the China Chamber of Commerce and endorsed by the Qatar Embassy in China.
Commercial invoice content includes invoice number and date, product value, product unit price, currency (currency), quantity, net weight, and gross weight, place of origin, certificate of the chamber of commerce, embassy endorsement, and shipping terms.
2. The original registered ocean bill of lading. When clearing customs, the bill of lading must be endorsed and signed, and the above original documents must be submitted. Any incomplete documents will be subject to the customs class at 1% of the CIF price or 500 yuan Qatar.
Note for shipping from Shenzhen to Hamad Qatar:
1. Qatar implements a 100% strict inspection of the unpacking of goods. Any document error will result in a fine by the customs. Failure to submit the real embassy endorsed commercial invoice and certificate of origin, and failure to declare each product truthfully and accurately will result in the entire batch of imported goods being detained by the customs. Once the goods are detained by the customs, you must wait for 4-6 weeks to accept the customs processing. In this case, the goods exceeding the warehouse rent and the customs fine must be borne by the consignee, which will be the import Business brought great economic losses.
2. From June 30, 2017, Qatar Customs, all packaging units of goods imported into Qatar must declare to the customs with “PALLET”.
3. All dangerous goods imported into Hamad Port must have certificates issued by the local terminal before they can be unloaded. The consignee must provide a copy of this certificate to the consignor. Hamad terminal agency can issue this certificate in advance after the consignee submits the relevant MSDS of the cargo. If this certificate is not available, the dangerous goods container will not be allowed to be unloaded and the original shipment will be taken out. All costs incurred will be borne by the shipper on the bill of lading.
The above is an introduction about how long it takes to ship from China to Qatar and what documents are needed. I hope it will be helpful to you.