If you need to arrange pallet delivery to Thailand, look no further than Pallet2Ship. We work with the world's leading international carriers to make sure that your shipment arrives safely and via the fastest possible route. What's more, we aim to give you the lowest possible prices whether you are sending a one-off consignment or are setting up a regular delivery. We also take any size of freight, so even if your goods overhang standard pallets, you will still benefit from our low prices. Simply call our experienced team who will be happy to help or obtain a quote online. Pallet2Ship works with multiple carriers meaning that unlike our competitors, we offer a diverse range of services from economy sea freight, the cheapest way to ship to Thailand, to express air freight that takes just a few days. This means you the customer are never restricted and have the most flexibility, to more destinations at the lowest prices!
Thailand is the world's 21 most populous country with over 68 million citizens. With Human Development ranked as “High” and the second largest economy in Southeast Asia, Thailand is considered the middle power in global affairs. Thailand's Economy is heavily supported by electrical manufacturing, such as computers, computer components and appliances. Bangkok is both the capital and the largest city by far, with over 20% of the country's entire population living within the metropolitan area. With average temperatures often reaching over 26 degrees Celsius every month of the year it is no wonder the country is often within the 10 most visited in the world. Hundreds of tropical islands offering sandy beaches and activities such as diving accompany a vibrant nightlife scene in many areas of the country. Both Bangkok and Laem Chabang port are among the 100 busiest container ports in the world making sea freight shipping to Thailand cost effective and convenient.
Pallet2Ship's trusted carriers deliver parcel and pallets to all areas of Thailand with both air and sea freight services for pallet and parcel shipping to Thailand. Pallet2Ship has the knowledge and experience needed to help, give us a call today and let Pallet2Ship assist you with all of your needs for shipping to Thailand.
What you need to know about our pallet services to Thailand:
Export to Thailand*
100 Kg, LxWxH: 120 x 80 x 50 cm Air Freight service
100 Kg, LxWxH: 120 x 80 x 50 cm Sea Freight service
* Please be advised these are just price examples as we do offer many parcel and pallet delivery services to and from Thailand. For the best option for you please use the Quote & Book system above in order to obtain instant quotes.
How quickly can Pallet2Ship deliver to Thailand?
For air freight services, Pallet2ship offers 2-4 working days transit time. However, for a sea freight service (port to port ONLY) transit time is approximately 32 working days (E.g to BANGKOK Port). Typically one week would be added to the transit time for the domestic collection and loading onto the vessel.
How do I need to pack my pallet when shipping to Thailand?
When shipping to Thailand the goods should be very well packed and placed on a heat treated/fumigated pallet. Either strapping or shrink wrap may be used to secure the goods down on the pallet, and we suggest protective materials where possible. For an in-depth guide, please visit our Packing advice page.
What can I ship to Thailand?
We ship a wide range of goods such as car parts, printed material, personal goods, tools, ambient food items and many more. For restricted items, please visit our Prohibited items page.
What documents are required to ship a pallet to Thailand?
If you are shipping as a private individual, a proforma invoice with EORI number will suffice. If the shipment is on behalf of a registered company customs will require a commercial invoice.
Can I ship from Thailand to the UK?
Yes, Pallet2ship is happy to offer import services from Thailand to the UK and a price can be obtained using the request quote page.
Can I ship a pallet that includes personal effects to Thailand?
Yes, you can, but we will require some pictures of the consignment in order to make sure the goods travel safely. Please make sure that at the time of the booking you follow the instructions and select a service which handles personal effects.
If I deliver goods to Thailand, do I need a local telephone number or a mobile number?
Yes, if you are shipping to Thailand, please be advised you need to provide a local telephone number or mobile number at the delivery address. Depots outside of the UK will not call a UK telephone number.
If I deliver a pallet to Thailand, can I add timed delivery (AM delivery/PM delivery, Timed delivery or Saturday delivery)?
Once you have booked your order, please contact us at email@example.com with your Reference number and we will try to arrange it for you.If available, be advised this service may incur additional charges.
Can I insure my pallet when shipping to/from Thailand?
Yes, you can insure directly on our website for goods with a value from £100 to £10,000 when placing your order. If the value exceeds £10,000, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll provide a quote within minutes.
How can I obtain a quotation?
You can receive a quotation directly on our homepage. Select the collection and destination countries and the number of pallets or parcels you would like to send. Then enter the weight and the dimensions making sure you use kilograms and centimetres ONLY. Based on the provided details you will be able to choose between a number of services. Select the service best suits your needs, and complete the booking online. If the online system cannot automatically generate prices, please fill on the custom quote form and we will get back to you within a few hours.
How do I know if my consignment is properly packed?
If you haven't sent a pallet/ parcel before, and you are not sure if your consignment is properly packed, you can take a few pictures and send them to us at email@example.com and we can guide you through the packing process. A properly packed consignment will travel safely, and the risk of damage is minimised.
Can I ship a pallet that includes batteries to Thailand?
Yes, we ship a large variety of batteries, but we will need the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) of the product to make sure it is safe to be transported through our services. Please be advised that batteries over 100 Wh are considered DG (Dangerous Goods). In this case it has to be packed, labelled and documented to IATA specifications - i.e. professionally packed with a DGN (Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods by Air). Also, please be advised that handling charges may apply if you choose to ship this type of goods by air.
Do I need forklift when shipping a pallet to Thailand?
If you are shipping a consignment that's shorter than 200cm and lighter than 750kg, you won't need a forklift. The vehicle assigned to collect your consignment is equipped with both a tail-lift and pump-truck, and the driver should be able to collect/deliver your consignment(s) without any issues. If your consignment exceeds 200cm in height and if it's heavier than 750kg, then yes, you must have a forklift at both collection and delivery points.
Which service can I use to ship my pallet to Thailand?
Both air freight and sea freight services are available. If your consignment is not urgent, you can choose to send your goods on a sea freight service as this is by far the most cost effective, especially for large and heavy pallets. You can ship from 1 single pallet to full container loads. If your consignment is urgent, and is not larger than 160cm in height, air freight offers the quickest transit times.
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