(Rates Updated on: 01/01/2023)
SEA Cargo Rates: Now send your Personal & Household Goods or Unaccompanied Extra Luggage by SEA cargo from Delhi/India to any popular destination worldwide only @ Rs. 250 to 350/Kg (Minimum 1 CBM)
AIR Cargo Rates: Our tentative offer rates by AIR Cargo from Delhi/India to following destinations.
DestinationRates for +100 Kgs
(Airport to Airport)
Rates for +25 Kgs
(Airport to Door)
USA, CANADAOn requestRs. 650 to 750/Kg
AUSTRALIAOn requestRs. 625 to 650/Kg
UKOn requestRs. 395/Kg
EUROPEOn requestRs. 475 to 560/Kg
Rest of the countriesOn requestOn request
Please Note:- Local custom clearance charges & 18% GST may be applicable on some services.
Currently our services are available only from/via north India to Overseas.

Required Documents?

1. Origin Country Documents:

The number and kinds of documents required depend on the shipment method you have chosen (Ocean freight or air freight, Door-to-port or Door-to-Door) and on your personal status in India (foreign citizen, Tourists, Indian citizen, foreign diplomat, accredited journalist, etc.). You have to provide a number of documents for the export customs clearance of your personal and household goods shipment. In most cases, the required documents will include:

(a) Photocopies of Passport: Inside front cover and first page, visa page, inside back cover and last page. (photo, details & visa page)

(b) Photocopy of Travel Ticket: Clear and legible copy of the airline ticket indicating flight number(s), date(s), departure location(s), and destination location(s). The electronic ticket normally has just a reference number; please ensure that e-ticket must have an e-Ticket Number.

(c) From and To Address with Contact Numbers.

(d) Authorization letter: A letter for Indian customs in which you are authorizing us to carry out all customs clearance formalities on your behalf.

(e) Fully descriptive Inventory/Packing list of goods: A list describing the contents of each package as well as a value assigned to each item.

(f) Travel/Departure certificate: This certificate is required, if the goods need to be sent after the departure of shipper from India. Airlines will check your travel record and issue a departure certificate. Departure certificate will be submitted to customs to allow us the export clearance of your shipment.

(g) Purchase bill of New items: If you (Travelers visiting India and/or Holders of foreign passports) are carrying any newly purchased item from India kindly produce original purchase bill/Invoice of that item, along with encashment certificate/foreign exchange conversion certificate issued by bank or authorized currency exchange agents.

(h) Spare keys: Spare keys is required if you are using suitcase, luggage to pack your personal belongings and wish to lock/secure the same (recommended).

(i) Customs Baggage Declaration Form: This is the customs form that must be duly completed, signed by the shipper.

(j) You might also be asked to complete a customs form of the country you are moving to.

2. Destination Country Documents:

At destination port, documents required for the import customs clearance of your household goods shipment may vary from country to country. But for general guidance you must have the following mentioned documents to ensure that your consignments clear customs swiftly and efficiently.

(a) Shipper passport’s original/copy (photo, details & visa page)

(b) Fully descriptive inventory/packing list of goods: A list describing the contents of each package as well as a value assigned to each item.

(c) Original B/L or AWB copy.

(d) An arrival notice or delivery advice by the carrier.

(e) Customs baggage declaration forms/import declaration form.

(f) Declaration from the employer /company or other documents to prove that the client is going to reside in the country for example visa, work permit, copy of lease agreement, etc.

(g) Letter of authorisation from the owner/importer if goods are being cleared on their behalf.

(h) Any treatment and/or cleaning certificates in respect of the goods you may have for example fumigation certificate.

(i) Used household/electrical appliances: At the destination port, generally items which are 6 to 12 months old and are in constant use, are duty free. Sometimes handling and care of certain goods may give an impression of being new, in spite of the fact that they are used. In that case you must have the purchase invoice of all those items to prove that they are purchased 06 or 12 months ago. In case you don’t have purchase invoice you may present credit card statement or other evidence of purchase, price and date.

(j) Marriage certificate is required if wedding trousseaux/gifts are part of the shipment during relocation.

(k) Newly purchased household/electrical appliances: For newly purchase items, sales invoice (with prices, dates & place of purchase) is required for the purpose of assessment of duty/taxes by the customs. In the absence of sales/purchase invoice you can produce any other evidence of purchase price.

3. Customs Forms:

Please click the links below to download a PDF of the Customs import forms for each of the countries below.