If you’re looking to send a letter, parcel or pallet to Thailand, TNT can ensure that your parcel arrives safely, securely and on time.
Thailand has one of the largest economies in Southeast Asia and, as a result, has the potential to be a great place for you to do business. The economy is rapidly expanding thanks to a drive in the industrialisation of the country, the variety of markets on offer and an influx of business from the UK and around the world starting to work with this nation. If you were to start doing business here, you’ll need to ensure any business deliveries or supply routes can reach their respective destinations – which is where our services can help you out.
We have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that any business parcels you send to Thailand arrive securely and on time. We also have a number of specialist delivery services that you can make the most of with your consignments. For example, if you need to send a parcel to Thailand which is either heavy or bulky, we have specialist services to handle such shipments. As well as this, we can also offer you:
Shipping to Thailand can bring you plenty of great business opportunities, but as Thailand is outside of the EU, there are a number of considerations to take into account. Take a look below to get a clearer understanding of the benefits and what these regulations and restrictions involve.
There are many opportunities for UK businesses considering working with and exporting to Thailand. According to information from World’s Top Exports.com a few examples of the industries which are currently in demand in Thailand include: iron and steel, automotive, machinery, medicinal and pharmaceutical. Ultimately, this means that the scope is quite big for those looking to expand their businesses into the country. This Forbes article also explains how Thailand has experienced a huge ecommerce boom; something a UK export business could look to capitalise on.
There are a number of customs regulations to which your business parcels must adhere. According to information from the Thailand Customs Department, all deliveries to Thailand must go through the official customs clearance checks when they arrive there and be accompanied by a customs invoice.
The Thailand Customs Department regulates all goods entering the country, but on their ‘prohibitions and restrictions’ page they clearly outline a number of goods that cannot be imported or exported. These include:
Before you start arranging to send any parcels to Thailand, it’s important to thoroughly review these restrictions so your business’ goods aren’t held-up or seized.
We can help you with this as we have the knowledge, services and experience to get your deliveries to Thailand. Simply take a look at our selection of delivery solutions, or get in touch with us for any help and advice you might need regarding the delivery of your business parcels to Thailand.