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12-04-2013New Customs clearance procedures for Israel

As of 1st April Israeli customs have introduced new customs clearance procedures.

 

All dutiable items over $100 to companies will require their Vat number for clearance. In order to avoid delays, please ensure Vat numbers are clearly written on the invoice or awb. If you are not able to obtain one please provide a valid telephone number for the consignee.

 

Shipments to private individuals will require their I.D number or Passport number. Again please ensure these are written on the invoice or awb for shipments over $100. Telephone numbers will be required for any private and po box addresses.

 

Documents or printed matter over 5kg will be classed as a dutiable item and will be subject to local clearance charges. These shipments will also require an invoice with a value of at least $5per kilo and consignee’s Vat number regardless of the value.

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21-01-2013Weather disruptions

The current weather conditions in the Netherlands may cause disruptions for delivery services and collections.

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18-01-2013Weather disruptions

Due to the heavy snowfall across London and the UK many flights out of Heathrow and other airports have already been cancelled. Due to road traffic disruptions UK overnight deliveries have also been affected. Please expect delays on all deliveries.

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09-10-2012South African Transport strike hits fuel supplies

South Africa is in the middle of a strike which has entered into its second

week and is turning pretty violent at the moment.

 

Seabourne has had 4 trucks badly damaged and two drivers that have been

seriously manhandled . We have had as of today a 65% turnout on labour and

fortunately holding out for the time being .

 

Fuel shortages are unfortunately going to be our next problem with many

Petrol stations not having Diesel at the moment .The frequency of violence

is expected to increase as the unions press on harder on their  demands .

Government has fortunately  finally started to try to mediate .

 

Many main areas have become "no go" zones due to the violence they are as

follows.

 

*         East London -no deliveries taking place

 

*         Johannesburg -central ,East Rand ,South Rand and Olifantsfontein

 

*         Ermelo,Secunda,Bethal,Middleburg

 

*         Cape town - violence around airport and Epping 

 

*         Durban -Pinetown ,Westmead

 

*         Port Elizabeth -sporadic outburst

 

*         Pietersburg (Polokwane )-no deliveries for two days

 

We would ask you to inform your customers on possible delays due to the

situation .

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