Singapore is one of the top import origins of Cambodia, with $706 million worth of items being imported in 2016. Among which, their top imports include light rubberised knitted fabric, refined petroleum, gold, cars and bi-wheel vehicle parts.
Before having your cargo shipped from Singapore to Cambodia, you may be required to do extensive research in order to know the exact shipping procedure as well as the important export and import documents needed in order to ensure a smooth journey.
What are some common dangerous umported/ Exported ?
EMKO team are highly experienced in the importing and exporting of dangerous cargo services . Dangerous goods (or DG) can cover anything from explosives, gases, flammable liquids & solids, toxic, radioactive and corrosive materials.
Some everyday items, such as products including lithium batteries may also be classed as dangerous goods in the eyes of logistics regulators and therefore may require special documentation or packaging depending on their export or import locations.
When dealing with the logistics of dangerous goods via sea, air, road or rail a high attention to detail and level of care are required to ensure all cargo packaging and documentation is in order, protecting not only the shipment, but that of the carrier, warehouse and dockworkers and the general public.
With an expert team of customs brokers and freight forwarders who specialise in DG shipments from key locations in Indonesia, we can provide advice on the options available for moving cargo that may be classed as dangerous, in addition to a reliable and cost-effective extension to your supply chain across the globe.
Classifications of Dangerous Goods
Cargo that can produce hazardous amounts of heat, light, gas, sound or smoke.
Compressed, dissolved, liquefied, gases and aerosols
Liquid cargo that may give off a flammable vapour.
Solid cargo that is highly combustible.
Cargo that may not be combustible but can contribute to the combustion of other hazardous substances.
Toxic substances which are dangerous to humans or infectious substances such as bacteria, viruses or parasites.
Cargo containing material that can emit potentially harmful radiation.
Cargo which can damage or destroy material.
Other dangerous cargo which does not fit within the above categories.