Tag Archives: LCL shipments

How to Calculate Duty rates, taxes and VAT on your imports.

After receiving our great rates for your import whether via sea, air or courier, you proceed to make a booking with us, happy in the knowledge that your overheads are low and your profit margins are looking good…We remind you to take into account the friendly Tax Man who will be waiting patiently at customs for your goods to clear… Waiting to make sure
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Freight rates CUT for Asian Imports!

The number of containers being imported from Far East is at a low level but it is difficult for shipping lines to reduce the number of vessels available. Despite rationalising services by sharing vessels with other lines, off chartering & moving vessels to other markets, shipping space still exceeds demand, resulting in falling freight rates! Are you paying the market price on your imports? Contact us
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South East Business Magazine – featuring Unipac Shipping

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Track your SEA Shipments! A great new service from Unipac!

Here at Unipac, we do everything we possibly can to ensure your goods get delivered as smoothly as possible, completely hassle free, with no stress or worries for you. We understand the importance of your shipment and are continually looking for more solutions to make your experience with us a great one. We got to thinking “Wouldn’t it be great if you could keep
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The Rolling Sea!

We offer every solution here at Unipac Shipping for importing and exporting your goods via Sea. This is a great method of transportation for all different sizes of shipment, LCL (less than container load) FCL (full container load) the key is to make sure you have allowed yourself enough time, as depending on where your goods are coming in from or being sent to,
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Sea Freight rate reduced for July!

We announced in May that sea freight rates for the Far East were dropping throughout June. We are happy to tell you that these rates are continuing to drop throughout July 2011 With sea freight still being one of the most popular ways of importing and exporting goods in and out of the UK, this is a great time to make the most of these
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