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All of the above must be provided (no exceptions) or shipment cannot be customs cleared. Additional port storage and demurrage charges will apply on a daily basis until all above documents are provided and in complete order.
Under no circumstances should alcohol be included in the shipment.
*Illegal Drugs are dealt with severely in Indonesia. Sub-sections 112 and 113 of the Anti-narcotics law of 2009 carries a maximum sentence of death before a firing squad for anyone caught smuggling in drugs.
Please note importation of a car, motorcycle and any kind of parts, spare parts, etc are strictly prohibited.
NOTE : Presence of any Dutiable/Restricted/Prohibited items in shipment will greatly delay clearance and increase charges considerably.
2. Demurrage Charges:
NOTE: This Port Storage, Demurrage and Airport Storage charges are in approximate amount only as they are always based on the SS Line or Airline choice. Final charges can be higher or lower than this amount. However, this is good indication and will hopefully assist.
Information on the Importation of pets
Indonesia is a difficult country when it comes to customs clearance process. Normal customs clearance takes from 6 to 7 working days for Seafreight, and 2 to 3 working days for Airfreight, providing the documentation is in order.
The average time to obtain documentation certifying valid work and residence permits can range from four (4) to six (6) weeks after arrival of the shipper in Indonesia with a one-year visa from the Indonesian Embassy or Consulate.
It is recommended that the shipper prepare a list of titles and authors of books/publications to allow customs the option of cursory inspection.
It is unwise to include any shipment boxes which are marked with any name but the shippers. This could jeopardize clearance.
Download more information on Importing Personal Property into Indonesia.
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