Understanding your invoice
When shipping consignments with TNT, the following surcharges apply:
Due to continuing fuel price fluctuations, TNT applies an index-based fuel surcharge to all shipments. This approach provides our customers with a transparent charging mechanism for fuel costs.
We provide collection and delivery services virtually anywhere you require. For certain remote and less-accessible locations an additional out-of-area surcharge is applied to cover additional costs incurred.
TNT has implemented additional procedures, activities and investments to safeguard our customers' shipments whilst in our custody. To partially offset the additional costs an Enhanced Security Surcharge is applied to all shipments.
Effective January 7 2019, the Enhanced Security Surcharge (ESS) is incorporated into International freight charges on your tariffs.
Any duty and taxes, fees charged by border control agencies for bio-security inspections are not included in our rates.
Exports and imports
All export shipments with a value over $1000 will incur an additional export entry charge as levied by Customs under the 'Customs and Excise Act 1996'. The export entry charge as at 1 January 2017 is $17.94 (incl. GST).
All import shipments requiring an import entry will incur an additional import entry charge, as levied by Customs under the 'Customs and Excise Act 1996'. The import entry charge as at 1 January 2017 is $49.24 (incl. GST).
This includes a biosecurity system entry levy, as levied under the 'Biosecurity (System Entry Levy) Order 2010'. The biosecurity system entry levy as at 1 January 2017 is $19.98 (incl. GST).
These charges and levies are subject to change without notice.
TNT reserves the right to review and vary TNT’s surcharges on shipments without notice. The amount and duration of any such surcharges will be determined at our sole discretion. By tendering your shipments to TNT, you agree to pay the surcharges, as determined by TNT.