Customs and taxation are essential components of international transportation. Customs agencies are responsible for regulating the entry and exit of goods, animals, plants, and hazardous materials, and conducting health and safety checks on individuals. Taxation agencies collect various taxes related to international transportation. These agencies work together to ensure the safety and efficiency of international transportation while enforcing local laws and regulations.
*Some transportation channels do not include taxes, and users need to prepay or be contacted by relevant personnel after the goods arrive at the destination country to collect the corresponding taxes. For example, users of the Singapore sea transportation channel need to pay an 8% consumption tax (GST) when paying international shipping fees. If not prepaid, the relevant personnel will contact users to pay the corresponding taxes before arranging delivery.
*Please declare the name, quantity, and value of the goods truthfully. If false reporting or omission leads to customs inspections or fines, the user will be responsible for all consequences.