SHIPPING TO SINGAPORE
Any dutiable and taxable goods have to be declared and subjected to custom clearance. goods and shipping dutiable goods which can incur tax and duties are tobacco products, liquor, vehicles and petroleum. A customs permit is required to account for these goods. For Shipping to Singapore, please contact ShipGo if you have any enquiries. In addition, please contact Singapore customs and related authorities for goods that are subjected to sales tax and duties and specific controlled goods that require a permit. For a smooth Shipping to Singapore process, please have a look at Singapore Customs.
Shipping to Singapore Import Guidelines
To facilitate a smooth shipping process, please take note of the following guidelines, rules and regulations. Restricted items Shipping to Singapore and importing into Singapore are not allowed. This will include prohibited items like:-
- Alcohol beverages
- Chewing gum
- Controlled chemicals
- Counterfeit currency
- Dangerous/Hazardous goods
- Endangered animal products Eg. Ivory, Furs, Rhinocero’s horn
- Firearms and explosive items
- Human corpses or body parts, cremated human remains
- Illegal drugs Eg. Marijuana
- Infectious Animals/Plants
- Military Equipment
- Perishable food materials within few months or requiring refrigeration
- Telecommunication equipment that is prohibited
- Tobacco products
The above list is not exhaustive. Items that are prohibited by any law, statue or regulations are strictly not allowed. Any doubts and enquiries about your items Shipping to Singapore, please contact our ShipGo staff directly. Our staff will guide you along the way for a safe shipping journey. Singapore has strict rules regarding controlled goods and stretches across multiple authorities. Please refrain from shipping controlled items like bird products, asbestos articles, fresh/chilled food, handcuffs, bullet-proof vest, petroleum, radioactive materials, etc. Contact us to check whether your items can be delivered.
Shipping to Singapore Restricted items:
- Items that may cause injury to personnel handling the cargo
- Items that may damage other cargo
- Items that require special permit or license
- Packages that contain leaking liquid
- Packages that omit odor
Please do not ship items that can jeopardise the cargo itself or other cargo as mentioned above. ShipGo submits the relevant shipments to Singapore authority and regulatory agencies. It is the sender’s responsibility to provide the correct and necessary documentation. Any shipments that are held by the customs may delay the shipping process.
For Air Freight, all standard prohibited air freight items are strictly not allowed. All air freight standard procedures are to be followed.
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