Old- Baneshower
Kathmandu Nepal

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If you’re delving into the realm of importing goods from China to Nepal, understanding the available methods is crucial. Your choice will hinge on factors like shipment size, delivery speed, and budget constraints. Let’s delve into the three primary methods and help you discern the best fit for your requirements.

  • Shipping by Road: Ideal for smaller quantities, road shipping allows for the import of up to 50 kg of goods. The journey spans roughly 30-45 days from China to Kathmandu. While cost-effective and convenient, be mindful of potential risks for goods weighing under 50 kg.
  • Shipping by Sea: For larger quantities, sea shipping emerges as the most economical solution. Goods traverse from China to Kolkata port in India, then proceed by road to Birgunj for customs clearance before reaching Kathmandu. Although it takes around 45-60 days, this method proves highly cost-effective for bulk shipments.
  • Shipping by Air: When time sensitivity outweighs cost considerations, air freight shines as the optimal choice. Goods reach Kathmandu within 7-10 days. Air shipping encompasses normal goods and dangerous goods, the latter including items like batteries or liquids, incurring a higher cost.

In conclusion, importing goods from China to Nepal offers three viable methods: road, sea, or air shipping. Each has its merits and considerations, necessitating a careful assessment of your specific needs. For inquiries or further assistance, don’t hesitate to comment below or reach out to our office at 9801976688 or 01-5913806. You can also visit us at our office in Old-Baneshwor, Kathmandu.

Learn More: For additional insights, explore Rodhi Import Mastery on our website or YouTube channel. We’re here to equip you with the knowledge and resources needed for successful import endeavors.

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