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The crucial details required for precise import cost inquiries, differentiating between normal and dangerous goods. The video provides specific information requirements for each category. For normal goods, key details include product name, weight, quantity, carton size, and images. On the other hand, dangerous goods necessitate documents such as a Dangerous Goods Management (DGM) report and a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

Key points covered in this video

  • Differentiating between normal and dangerous goods.
  • Details needed for normal goods: product name, weight, quantity, carton size, and images.
  • Importance of including essential details in the packing list.
  • Documentation for dangerous goods: DGM report and MSDS.
  • Minimum weight requirement for dangerous goods: 45 kg.
  • Efficient communication with sellers for accurate cost calculations.
  • Using WhatsApp to streamline the inquiry process

Frequently Asked Questions

What details should be sent to Rodhi for the import cost of normal goods?

For normal goods, provide product details such as name, weight, quantity, carton size, and images, and include them in the packing list.

What details should be sent to Rodhi for the import cost of dangerous goods?

For dangerous goods, include details such as product nature, quantity, properties, and handling process. Additionally, provide a DGM report and MSDS.

What is a packing list?

 A packing list is a document that includes detailed information about the contents of each package in a shipment, aiding in the import cost inquiry process.

What documents are required to import dangerous goods?

Documentation for dangerous goods includes a DGM (Dangerous Goods Management) report and an MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet).

Is the cost of importing dangerous goods more expensive than normal goods?

Yes, the cost of importing dangerous goods is generally higher due to special handling and safety requirements.

What is the minimal quantity to import dangerous goods via air?

The minimal quantity to import dangerous goods via air depends on the specific regulations and restrictions, varying between countries and airlines.

What details should one know about products before importing from China?

Before importing from China, be sure to determine if the products you want to import fall under the category of dangerous goods or normal goods for proper handling and documentation.

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