FREIGHT FORWARDERS HOBART AND LAUNCESTON
“Grant Carroll,the Managing Director of CargoMaster boasts 35 years transportation experience and over 20 years experience moving air freight and sea freight around Australia and to all corners of the world, many years experience indeed, a Transportation PROFESSIONAL, with vast experience and know- how.”
“Why you should call CargoMaster for your Domestic and International Freight”
- At CargoMaster you get to work with genuine transportation professionals with real experience KNOWLEDGE and KNOW-HOW.
- CargoMaster understands the world of air freight and sea freight shipping. CargoMaster knows the skills needed to move cargo to and from Australia and all that goes along with it,including documentation, bank guarantees, international maritime regulations, laws, embassy certified documentation for middle eastern clients, BIVAC for clients shipping to Africa and overseas country requirements. CargoMaster services include : preparing and assistance with certifying legal documentation, extensive experience working with Letters Of Credit, Seaway Bills, Bills Of Lading, Airway Bills, Bills of Sale and MOST types of titles to ownership (and associated documentation).
- CargoMaster Guarantees ( money back in Full!) that all CargoMaster staff ( including the Directors) are POLICE SECURITY CLEARED .
- For large project air and sea freight , valuable heavy sea cargo, established relationships with Australian and overseas based insurance companies and attorneys, that specialize in maritime law, shipping and maritime project cargo. (ensuring your covered and protected)
- CargoMaster KNOW HOW comes with 35 years transportation experience.
- Daily outbound flights available to uplift urgent air freight and weekly sea freight services to most World-Wide cities with the fastest transit times!
- Your backed by an air freight and sea freight forwarder that offers an ESTABLISHED AND PROVEN, real and extensive transportation network.
- An established and proven TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL SEA FREIGHT AND AIR FREIGHT NETWORK (no silly, fast talking salesman or spin!)
- Air Freight and Sea Freight shipping Services available from and to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Hobart, Launceston and Darwin.
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CargoMaster is renowned for delivering cost effective air freight and sea freight Shipping solutions, Australia -Wide and world-wide, CargoMaster has been doing it for a long time, CargoMaster knows a thing or two about domestic and international air freight and sea freight! CargoMaster’s KNOW-HOW AND EXPERIENCE comes with over 30 years moving freight, including shipping containers. Real, hands on professional experience, in almost all aspects of the transportation industry. Don’t risk it, look very closely when choosing your preferred Freight Forwarder (on the internet!). Over the years, hundreds, even thousands of happy customers have partnered with CargoMaster , moving all types of cargo.
“Frankly, as is the nature of the Transportation Industry, things can (and do) go wrong from time to time (for one reason or another), with CargoMaster KNOW HOW you are working with a Self Pack Removalist and shipping company that has the experience, knowledge and network, to be able to remedy problems quickly and safely.” (Quote by the Managing Director,Grant Carroll). More about us
CargoMaster is very aware of the importance of SECURITY AND SAFETY when handling your precious cargo, as mentioned earlier, CargoMaster Guarantees all CargoMaster team members (including the Directors) are POLICESECURITY CLEARED. At CargoMaster you get to work with only the best most proficient and experienced Transportation Operators , who KNOW HOW to look after your cargo. Remember , its easy to set up a website on the internet and try to be like CargoMaster! Making false claims see here. It pays to ask questions when searching for a reputable freight forwarder or international shipping company. For example, ask about the company,when was it established (how long have they been trading)? Who are the Directors and management and what experience do they have in the transportation industry? A heads up, do they have a criminal record? For information in relation to Australian companies, dates of registration and the Directors, see the Australian Securities and Investment Commission, (ASIC) website, click here to go to ASIC COMPANY search its a free Australian Government service!). Make sense? Hopefully , the above advise save’s you a lot of money, time and worry! Best of all, the advise is free, complimentary from CargoMaster!
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A BRIEF OVERVIEW BILLS OF LADING:
“Why is it important to check the details on the Bill Of Lading”
The smallest details noted on the Bill Of Lading are entered to closely and carefully and should show the exact information about your shipment. When the Bill Of Lading is issued it details all the information needed to identify your cargo. Bills Of Lading are also vitally important, particularly when a dispute arises and there is possibility of a liability claim for damaged, lost or late shipments.
“When will the Bill Of Lading Be Issued”
As an INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING and freight specialist CargoMaster takes special care to ensure shipping dates, marks and numbers are accurate and the description of your cargo is letter perfect on your BILL OF LADING. CargoMaster is very aware of meeting maritime regulations, for example the date on the Bill Of Lading indicates when the shipment contract is enforced (a very important date) . All the information required for the BILL OF LADING takes time to gather, so as such it may be that your container has been collected and loaded onto the vessel without a BILL OF LADING, this is common. Bills Of Lading are normally issued after the vessel sails however they can be issued earlier with special requests.
“How is the Bill Of Lading Compiled”
In relation to the flow of export documentation, various checks need to take place before the Bill Of Lading can be issued. For example details of the container number, bolt seal number, vessel information (name and Lloys number), weights, the number of pieces loaded and the voyage number. All details must be noted with great accuracy. This information is compiled by Freight Forwarders like CargoMaster and passed to the shipping line for entering into a shipping manifest. Your Freight Forwarder will also deal with Australian Border Force to secure an export number for your goods, in turn the export approval number is noted on the Bill Of Lading.border Fore and freight .When exporting. For exports, from the perspective of documentation flow. There are a few processes that need to take place before the physical issue of a bill of lading. First and foremost, all relevant information such as container number, cargo details, voyage details, and freight details has to be collected accurately. That information is compiled by the shipping agent or VOCC into a shipping manifest. Once the shipping manifest has been cleared by the customs officers, then a Master Bill of Lading is issued. Therefore, it is common that the laden cargo container has been collected by the truck operator and delivered to the port without a Bill of Lading.
A Bill Of Lading serves as a contract between the International Shipping Company and the cargo shipper . You can compare a BILL OF LADING to most other types of contracts, for example a residential Tenancy agreement. Bills Of Lading must meet certain international convention standards:
“More About The Documentation Timeline”
Briefly, disputes about a bill of lading issue come to light for cargo exportation only. Therefore, we will only look at the export document flow.
Below is a graphical depiction of documentation flow. Please note however every country has different processes, but generally documentation flow is similar from country to country.
The difficult part is coordinating the quick processing of data that needs to be collected from many different sources. Information about the actual cargo is normally provided by the shipper, for example description of the cargo, weight and number of units, marks and numbers. If the cargo is considered haz cargo then there is another layer of documentation to prepare to meet international Haz Cargo regulations. CargoMaster ships machinery, often the machinery is out of gauge ,meaning it doesn’t fit into a standard shipping container, out of gauge cargo requires extra documentation and survey reports to be compiled and presented to the shipping company.
INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT CERTIFICATES
Certificate of Free Sale (CFS)
When exporting to certain countries you will require a Certificate of Free Sale (CFS), also called an export certificate or certificate of export. An Export Certificate confirms in writing that you can sell your goods in the Australian market and that there are no restrictions. The Certificate of Free Sale certifies that you have the approval of relevant authorities to sell your goods in Australia.
The overseas purchaser of your products may have problems with customs clearance and registration process’s if you do not provide a CFS when required, your buyer may not be able to import your product into their country. You may need to present this certificate as part of the customs clearance or registration process.
A CFS is often requested for products such as:
- food-based products
- medical parts, devices and products
- certain complementary, prescription, and over the counter medicines.
Not all countries require a CFS, the need for a Certificate of Free Sale will depend on your product and your export market. Speak with your buyer to find out if you need a CFS.
Where can I get a Certificate of Free Sale?
To find out more and apply for a Certificate of Free Sale (CFS) visit:
- Department of Health Therapeutic Goods Administration
- Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment
- Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI)
An ATA (Admission Temporary Admission) Carnet is an international document that permits temporary the temporary entry of commodities into overseas countries. Carnets are used for goods that are intended to be imported for a short period of time, then exported back to the country of origin. It provides exemptions for import duties and taxes. It is most often used for high-value goods imported for specific uses.
Typical goods that may be transported under a Carnet:
- cars, bikes, boats, caravans or trailers for exhibitions and trade shows
- es or cars and other vehicles used for motorsports
- equipment, trucks, and machinery for mining or farming
- cameras and other equipment used for filming and audiovisual production.
To apply for a Carnet contact The Australian Chamber Of Commerce and Industry
Many countries will require a Phytosanitary Certificate for specific regulated commodities such as plants, plant products (for example Grain) or other specified products.
A Phytosanitary Certificate confirms that these products:
- were inspected and treated as required
- are free from quarantine and other potentially dangerous pests
- comply with the regulations of the country you are exporting to.
Phytosanitary Certificates available from the
CERTFICATE OF ORIGIN (CoO)
A coO is Government certified or can be issued by an authorized entity. A Certificates of Origin confirms the place of growth, production or manufacture of the commodity. It confirms the goods were manufactured and originate from the country specified on the document.
Certificates of Origin are needed when Origin when:
- exporting to countries where Australia has a current Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
- it is requested by the importer for customs clearance
- it is specified in a Documentary Letter of Credit.
Some agreements will allow for a self-certification, while others require a certificate from an authorised body. Self-certification carries a high level of risk and is not recommended for new exporters.
There are 2 types of Certificates of Origin:
- 1. Preferential certificates
A Preferential certificate will assist customs authorities to confirm your compliance with trade agreements made, tariffs and and Rules of Origin.
Rules of Origin (ROO) are an agreed set of rules between countries that share a preferential trade agreement, such as a Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
ROO set out the criteria for which goods are eligible for free or preferential import tariffs. Typically, they require a product to be entirely produced in a one of the participating countries, or have a minimum percentage of the value produced there. They can be complex to understand so speak with your customs broker or freight forwarder, or visit the DFAT Free Trade Agreement Portal.
Note: If Australia has a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the country you are exporting to you can apply for a Preferential certificate
- Non-preferential certificates
Local governments of most countries issue non-preferential certificates to collect statistical data and ensure you are meeting:
- government sanctions
- anti-dumping rules
- general tariffs.
Where can I get a Certificate of Origin?
To find out more and apply for a Certificate of Origin (COO) visit:
- Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI)
- Australian Industry Group (AI Group)
- International Export Certification Services (IECS)
For information about the documents needed for specific products check out:
Welcome to our site and thank you for visiting CargoMaster. At CargoMaster we’re FOCUSED ON DELIVERING great service and EASY to work with DOMESTIC AIR FREIGHT SERVICES and INTERNATIONAL AIR AND SEA FREIGHT SERVICES. CargoMaster is an Australian “GLOBAL SEA AND AIR FREIGHT SHIPPING AND FREIGHT OPERATOR”, from and to, Hobart,TAS,- Australia -wide and World-Wide.
CARGOMASTER works with a GLOBAL TEAM OF CONNECTED AND DEDICATED TRANSPORTATION PROFESSIONALS. CargoMaster is a FULLY INSURED, AUSTRALIAN BASED FREIGHT FORWARDER (or International Freight Forwarder), boasting 35 YEARS TRANSPORTATION EXPERIENCE . CargoMaster is renowned for delivering COST EFFECTIVE international air freight and sea freight solutions to and from Cairns and Australia, we have been SHIPPING CONTAINERS AND ORGANISING THE URGENT UPLIFT OF AIR FREIGHT FROM AND TO CAIRNS AND ACROSS AUSTRALIA AND ALL OVER THE WORLD FOR 15 YEARS, SAVING OUR CUSTOMERS THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS in transportation and shipping costs. CargoMaster’s TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED international network guarantees your goods get to their ultimate destination QUICKLY AND COST EFFECTIVELY. We invite you to take advantage of CargoMaster’s domestic air freight and international air and sea shipping services, call CargoMaster today. CargoMasters’ international shipping containers are GUARANTEED TO SAVE YOU TOO!
AIR FREIGHT AND SEA FREIGHT SHIPPING LAUNCESTON AND HOBART
AIR FREIGHT SPECIALISTS TO AND FROM HOBART, SPECIAL “SPOT RATES” FOR HEAVY AND LARGE AIR FREIGHT!
INTERNATIONAL AIR FREIGHT CONSOLIDATION SERVICES FROM HOBART TO THE USA, CANADA, UK, (Melbourne gateway other destinations available upon request)
SAME DAY AND OVERNIGHT DOMESTIC AIR FREIGHT FROM AND TO HOBART AUSTRALIA WIDE, (delivering to regional and remote areas including mine-sites)
HEAVY-LIFT AIR FREIGHT SERVICES TO HOBART AND ACROSS AUSTRALIA AND WORLD-WIDE
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INTERNATIONAL AIR CHARTER TO AND FROM HOBART
REMEMBER, when you work with CARGOMASTER your backed by an EXPERIENCED and ESTABLISHED international shipping team offering you a COST EFFECTIVE and PROVEN, TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED international shipping network. CargoMaster shipping services with SECURITY, INTEGRITY and PROFESSIONALISM.
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INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING CONTAINERS FROM HOBART
For anyone moving from Sydney, ask CargoMaster about SELF PACK INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING CONTAINERS FROM HOBART-WORLD-WIDE. to SAVE YOU BIG MONEY! completion of packing,simply attach your CargoMaster issued numerical bolt seal and SECURITY LOCK your shipping container ,then call CargoMaster ,we will take care of your Australian export documentation and look after the lodgement and shipping of your container to its intended ultimate destination. International Shipping Containers are conveniently positioned in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide,Darwin,Hobart and Canberra. Our moving containers are available in regional centres too, CargoMaster delivers self pack international moving containers to even the most remote locations in Australia.Self pack international shipping containers offer a FLEXIBLE and cost effective, self move alternative to expensive International Removalists.
HOW IT WORKS
You simply tell us the day and time you would like your self-pack international container delivered, CargoMaster will then deliver the empty container to your premises,ready for packing (or you can pack in our yard at no extra cost!),upon completion of packing, simply attach your CargoMaster pre-issued numerical bolt seal and SECURITY LOCK your shipping container ,then call the team at CargoMaster ,we will take care of your Australian export documentation and look after the lodgement and shipping of your container to its intended ultimate destination. International Shipping Containers are conveniently positioned in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide,Darwin,Hobart and Canberra. Our moving containers are available in regional centres too, CargoMaster delivers self pack international moving containers to even the most remote locations in Australia.Self pack international shipping containers offer a FLEXIBLE and cost effective, self move alternative to expensive International Removalists.
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INTERNATIONAL AIR FREIGHT HOBART (Melbourne Gateway) to the USA, UK, Germany , Italy, South Africa, The Netherlands, Canada, Spain, Italy, Germany, Canada, UAE, France, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and stacks more!
Import air freight from Indonesia, China, Brazil, South Korea, Taiwan, PNG and many more.
Cost effective sea freight services from Hobart to over 150 worldwide centers.Shipping containers 20′ and 40′ ,flat racks and heavy shipping equipment available.
Why not contact Australia’s favorite freight forwarder today and ask us for more information about our competitive air freight rates and sea freight rates to and from Hobart, Australia wide and worldwide.
If you need flexible, next generation freight forwarders, then you need CargoMaster!
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INCOTERMS are standard trade terms most commonly used in international freight contracts for sale of goods. It is essential that you are aware of your terms of trade prior to shipment.
EXW – EX WORKS (… named place of delivery)
The Seller’s only responsibility is to make the goods available at the Seller’s premises. The Buyer bears full
costs and risks of moving the goods from there to destination.
FCA – FREE CARRIER (… named place of delivery)
The Seller delivers the goods, cleared for export, to the carrier selected by the Buyer. The Seller loads the
goods if the carrier pickup is at the Seller’s premises. From that point, the Buyer bears the costs and risks
of moving the goods to destination.
CPT – CARRIAGE PAID TO (… named place of destination)
The Seller pays for moving the goods to destination. From the time the goods are transferred to the first
carrier, the Buyer bears the risks of loss or damage.
CIP– CARRIAGE AND INSURANCE PAID TO (… named place of destination)
The Seller pays for moving the goods to destination. From the time the goods are transferred to the first
carrier, the Buyer bears the risks of loss or damage. The Seller, however, purchases the cargo insurance.
DAT – DELIVERED AT TERMINAL (… named terminal at port or place of destination)
The Seller delivers when the goods, once unloaded from the arriving means of transport, are placed at
the Buyer’s disposal at a named terminal at the named port or place of destination. “Terminal” includes
any place, whether covered or not, such as a quay, warehouse, container yard or road, rail or air cargo
terminal. The Seller bears all risks involved in bringing the goods to and unloading them at the terminal
at the named port or place of destination.
DAP – DELIVERED AT PLACE (… named place of destination)
The Seller delivers when the goods are placed at the Buyer’s disposal on the arriving means of transport
ready for unloading at the names place of destination. The Seller bears all risks involved in bringing the goods to the named place.
DDP – DELIVERED DUTY PAID (… named place)
The Seller delivers the goods -cleared for import – to the Buyer at destination. The Seller bears all costs
and risks of moving the goods to destination, including the payment of Customs duties and taxes.
FAS – FREE ALONGSIDE SHIP (… named port of shipment)
The Seller delivers the goods to the origin port. From that point, the Buyer bears all costs and risks of loss
FOB– FREE ON BOARD (… named port of shipment)
The Seller delivers the goods on board the ship and clears the goods for export. From that point, the Buyer bears all costs and risks of loss or damage.
CFR– COST AND FREIGHT (… named port of destination)
The Seller clears the goods for export and pays the costs of moving the goods to destination. The Buyer bears all risks of loss or damage.
CIF – COST INSURANCE AND FREIGHT (… named port of destination)
The Seller clears the goods for export and pays the costs of moving the goods to the port of destination. The Buyer bears all risks of loss or damage. The Seller, however, purchases the cargo insurance.
|Type of Container||Inside Dimensions (m)||Door Opening (m)||Tare Weight (kgs)||Volume (cbm)||Loading Capacity (kgs)|
|20′ Standard Container||5.92×2.34×2.38||2.29×2.28||1.9||33||22.1|
|20′ Open Top Container||5.92×2.34×2.38||2.29×2.28||2.177||31.6||21.823|
|20′ Reefer Container||5.38×2.24×2.29||2.24×2.12||3.209||24.1||17.111|
|40′ Standard Container||12.06×2.35×2.38||2.29×2.28||3.107||67.3||27.373|
|40′ Open Top Container||12.064×2.34×2.37||2.29×2.25||4.445||64||26.067|
|40′ Reefer Container||11.21×2.25×2.18||2.22×2.12||4.84||49.3||25.64|