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How to Issue a Commercial Invoice for Export to Spain Purpose?

When export to Spain, or in general, exporting goods, a commercial invoice serves as the bill of sale between both buyer and seller. It also provides information on what is being exported as well as any important transactions numbers and/ or other references.

Preparing the invoice in the form that both seller and customer agreed upon is crucial due to the fact that an invoice is the vehicle for payment.

It is important you have to be advice, proforma invoices are not allowed by customs in Spain.

Do not use pro forma invoices for export to Spain purposes.


This means any changes of price or terms must be included. Aside from customizations, every commercial invoice must include specific information, wich is mandatory for spanish customs.


Documents needed when export to spain

Here is how to issue a commercial invoice for export to Spain purposes.

The Basics

All invoices for export to Spain must have :

  • Seller full details
  • Buyer full details
  • Number of invoice
  • Date of invoice
  • Product descriptions
  • HS Code of the cargo (harmonized tariff code) (Providing this tariff codes helps to ensure that inaccurate duty calculations do not occur)
  • Units of each product
  • Value of each product
  • Total value
  • Invoice has to be stamped and signed by seller.


Payment, currency and Incoterms

When preparing an invoice for export to Spain, clearly stating all information pertaining to payment is necessary. The method of payment has to be stated as well as all reference numbers related to it. Aside from payment method, a commercial invoice for exported goods should always identify the currency in which the transaction will be made.

Next, shipping incoterm terms has to be included.


Customs in Spain accept discounts in commercial invoices of a maximum around 3% of value of the product, then, if seller disccounts in the invoice more than that value, it is possible at entry the declared value for duties purposes will be not allow more discount than the 3% and total value of the product will be included in the base of duties calculation.


We recommend strongly send it in PDF format.



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Duties, Taxes and Fees Which May Apply to Imports into Spain

Duties, Taxes and Fees which may apply to imports into Spain, is one of the most understoods parts of any process when start’s up or companies start in shipping business.

As a member of the European Union and World Trade Organization, imports into Spain follows EU and GATT trading regulations.

Spain calculates customs duties based on cost, insurance and freight (CIF).  Non-EU imports are charged the EU Common External Tariff rates.

Duties, taxes and fees imports into Spain. customs clearance aduana nf spain transitario forwarder agente de aduanas.



DUTIES imports into Spain

Duties vary depending on the cargo.

You can check what you are going to pay for your cargos imports into Spain in our DUTIES PAGE, in our TOOLS section.

Other extra common taxes and duties pay the imports into Spain due the cargo are:

Countervailing Duties which extend from 5% to 33% are put in place to offset low-priced, subsidized imports which negatively impact Spanish industries.

Watch Duty Rate is based on the how a watch is classified when it enters Spanish customs.  The duty ranges from none if cost of commercial shipment is less than 22 EUR to duty be assessed for commercial shipments over 150 EUR.

Antidumping Duties are charged when the imports are priced less than the normal value of the products and as a result, adversely affect Spanish industry.  Dumping occurs when the price of the product is less than what is ordinarily charged for use in the exporting country.  If there is no comparable domestic price, dumping is assumed when the import is priced less than the highest comparable price charged when exported into a third country; or when the import is sold at a price less than the cost of production plus reasonable selling expense and profit in the originating country.  The duty is limited to the difference between the dumping price and the comparable price.

Excise Duties are levied against luxury goods such as perfume, alcohol, tobacco products and other commodities as deemed by Spanish regulations.

Import Taxes for most imports into Spain are charged under MFN (Most Favored Nation) rates.  Textiles, autos, electronics, meat, sugar, cereal, tobacco and alcohol are taxed at higher rates.



Since joining the European Union in 1986, imports into Spain are also subject to the VAT (Value Added Tax) charged under three rate categories.  Most manufactured goods over 22 EUR are taxed at 21%.  Agricultural, medical, pharmaceutical, various services and human and animal food are taxed at the 10% rate.  A rate of 4% is applied to bread, dairy, eggs, produce, vehicles and medical equipment for the disabled and public transportation vehicles. (Please verify with us at time you are reading this post, these are the actual rates).


If you are not a company and you are not registered in Spain as importer of the cargo you want to entry (IAE), then you pay an extra 5.2% of the value CIF of the cargo. This tax is called in Spain: ‘RECARGO DE EQUIVALENCIA’.



Customs Fees include fines and penalties which may be charged when a customs declaration or commercial invoice is submitted late, or when there is a 4% or greater discrepancy between declared and submitted values.

Examination Fees to recover the expense of verification, testing and inspection mandated for entry of certain goods into Spanish commerce.  Cosmetics, drugs, medicines and artwork may be assessed examination fees.

And obviously the freight fees, FOB expences at departure, all of this will depend on the INCONTERMS ( EXW, DDP…..) you will buy / sell.

You can ask us for a QUOTE, we will answer you within 24 hours.



The main fees you need to pay are: VAT and the DUTIES of the cargo to the customs goverment  + Shipping expences to the freight forwarder you will hire.


For assistance on managing customs clearance in Spain, please send us a ticket via our SUPPORT department we will be more than happy to help you.


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Freight Insurance in Spain (and worldwide), Coverage and Liability

This topic we will explain is about how works the freight insurance in Spain and worldwide.



A freight forwarder provides an important function as a company that organizes shipments of freights for their customers, helping them to transport their goods either from the producer or manufacturer to the market or any other desired distribution point.

Freight forwarders are responsible to their shipping clients with respect to the services and advice they provide to them. If a physical loss or damage to their cargo is encountered, the freight Forwarder has to defend their liability based on the terms of the agreement. This could also mean a reimbursement to the cargo owner for the experienced loss or damage to their cargo.

Freight Forwarders and other shipping agents are more vulnerable today than ever before. If errors and mistakes are involved, they could amount to costly financial settlement for the cargo owner.


About Freight Insurance in Spain (and worldwide) and Coverage

Freight Insurance is a policy which protects Freight forwarders offering services such as carrying, storage, or facilitating the transportation of third party cargos. If Freight Forwarders are deemed liable under the specific terms and contractual obligations they entered into with their client, they may reimburse the shipper for the loss or damage to their shipped cargo. The freight insurance pays for covered damages or loss for which the Freight forwarder is found liable for, including claims and other cost made against the Freight agent.


What is the Legal Liability of Freight Forwarder Insurance?

The freight forwarder has some legal liabilities for loss or damage of shipper’s cargo subject to the terms of the freight insurance policy. The shipped merchandise will be automatically covered through the legal liability limits provided under the governing Freight shipping laws.

When a freight forwarder enters into a contract with a shipper, the forwarder is liable if they fail to use diligence in handling the shipping and delivery of the customer’s goods. Under such terms, if the freight forwarder fails to exercise such required due diligence they are required to compensate the shipper for any loss, or damage of their goods subject to the limitations of the policy liability often referred to as SDR. The Freight Forwarder should also pay back the shipper for any direct financial loss resulting from the Freight Forwarder’s breach of their duties and responsibilities.


Non Liability Freight Insurance conditions

According to the rules of  FIATA Model, no freight insurance will be effective unless instructions are provided in writing by the customer or the Shipper. The Freight insurance policy shall be effected subject to the conditions and limitations of the insurance policy.  Unless these conditions are agreed upon in writing, the Freight Forwarder shall under no condition be bound by an obligation to effect new insurance for each assignment. They may declare this condition on an existing and open policy which is held by the freight forwarding Company. The freight forwarder has no liabilities in cases involving acts or omissions resulting from third party transactions including:

  • Carriers
  • Warehousemen
  • Stevedores
  • Port authorities


Nevertheless Freight Forwarders may be held liable involving the above listed cases if they fail to also use due diligence in the handling of such third Party deals. The freight forwarder has legal liability when they take the role of a Principal, when they are performing the carrier’s responsibility through the use of their own transportation means. Such situation mandates Freight Forwarder liabilities particularly when they issue their own transportation document meaning they have in effect assumed carrier’s responsibilities. In situations where the shipper has received or has been issued a transport document from other agents other than the Freight forwarder, then Freight Forwarder may not be held liable under this situation.

Freight forwarder shall be held liable when:

  • They perform principal’s services by themselves, using facilities which they own or performing work through their employees
  • When the Freight Forwarder undertakes liability as the principal



Financial Limitations of Freight Forwarders Insurance

What is SDR? Freight insurance


Under normal circumstance the freight shipper may get reimbursed for all their freight damages or loss of their cargo on transit.

Generally these items are covered through the Freight insurance policy provisions.

At times, the Carrier freight insurance may reject some settlement claims due to certain conditions not addressed or not covered as part of the policy.

The shipper will hold the shipping broker or shipping agent as some call them still responsible for the loss or damage of their goods and merchandise which may be lost or damaged during the course of the transportation process.

Realizing their exposure to risk, the freight brokers and agents may also realize their risk exposure under this scenario and the needs to guard and protect themselves against such risk and possible claims when certain situations result in the carrier refusing to settle the claim. Contingent insurance comes to play when the freight insurance carrier refuses to pay for all the loss.


Freight Forwarders may not be held liable for a loss or damage of goods if the total amount exceeds 2 SDR per each kilogram of the total gross weight of the lost or damaged goods, unless the greater amount is recovered from the primary shipper.

All goods not delivered within 90 days of the expected delivery date, the owner of the goods may consider the goods as lost.  There are limitations for liability for delay, which is limited to an amount not exceeding the total value of the service which necessitated such delay.

The Freight Forwarders liability for any other type of loss shall not exceed 10.000 SDR for any occurrence of such incident but if a larger amount is received from the person to whom the Freight Forwarder is primarily responsible, total payment may exceed 10.000 SDR.


Freight Forwarders Liability exclusions

Freight Forwarder will not be held liable for the following:

  • Undeclared Valuables
  • Undeclared Dangerous goods by the Forwarder up to the contract conclusion time
  • No compensation from loss associated from delay unless such loss is agreed in writing
  • Indirect loss from consequential circumstances



It’s important have all freight insurance information prior ship any cargo in order to decide if contract a all risk insurance for the cargo.


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Spain and EU guidelines on wooden packaging materials. ISPM15.

ISPM15 rule was born due, plant health is likely one of the duties of the European Fee’s Directorate- Common for helth and Client Safety, as a part of its total function to make sure the protection of foods and safety of customers within the EU.

Stopping organisms dangerous to vegetation or plant merchandise from being launched into and spreading inside the EU, and regulating imports from third nations according to worldwide plant well being requirements, are among the many precept targets of EU plant well health laws.

Why ISPM15 Mark

In step with these targets, new EU necessities for wooden packaging materials, designed to cease doubtlessly dangerous plant pests from getting into the EU in wooden packaging, entered into pressure in March 2005.

The EU necessities for wooden packaging materials and dunnage are based mostly on the 2002 FAO Worldwide Normal for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) n° 15. Directive 2004/102/EC, which entered into power on 1 March 2005, requires the next measures to be taken for wooden packaging materials and dunnage coming into the EU from all third countries:

  1. The wooden should be both warmth handled or fumigated with methyl bromide, in step with ISPM15 procedures;
  2. The wooden have to be formally marked with the ISPM15 stamp;
  3. From March 2006, all wooden packaging materials imported into the EU should be debarked.


These necessities don’t apply to:

  • Wooden of 6mm thickness or much less;
  • Wooden packaging materials made totally from processed wooden produced utilizing glue, warmth and strain, resembling plywood, oriented strand board and veneer;
  • Wooden packaging materials utilized in intra-Neighborhood commerce.


Dunnage should meet the identical standards as wooden packaging materials. Nevertheless, it’s exempted till the tip of 2007 whether it is made from wooden free from bark, pests and indicators of stay pests.

ISPM15 Mark – Import

Wooden packaging materials getting into the EU ought to carry the ISPM15 mark, which has the universally recognisable, non-language particular IPPC emblem and three codes (nation, producer and remedy measure utilized).

For debarked wooden, the letters “DB” must also be on the mark. The mark permits for straightforward verification that the wooden meets the mandatory necessities throughout inspection on the level of export or import. Markings must be legible, seen, everlasting and non-transferable.

The usage of the mark additionally permits the import necessities for wooden packaging materials to stay a paperless system. For packaging materials which already existed earlier than 1 March 2005, a mark consisting solely of the three codes and with out the IPPC emblem will probably be accepted till the tip of 2007.
Approval for the usage of the ISPM15 mark have to be obtained from the Nationwide Plant Safety Organisation or an organisation formally mandated by the NPPO.


ISPM15 Mark – Export

Other countries worldwide have the same requeriments at entry to their countries, then if you are going to export your cargo in pallets or with wood material, please consider also send the cargo with the ISPM15 Mark.



Here the list of the countries and date they stablished the ISPM15 rule:

  • Argentina: June 2006
  • Australia: Sept 2004; Complete Adoption: July 2010
  • Bolivia: July 2005
  • Brazil: June 2005
  • Bulgaria: Jan 2006
  • Canada: Sept 2005 (US-Canada exemption)
  • Chile: June 2005
  • China: Jan 2006
  • Colombia: Sept 2005
  • Costa Rica: Mar 2006
  • Cuba: Oct 2008
  • Dominican Republic: July 2006
  • Ecuador: Sept 2005
  • Egypt: Oct 2005
  • European Union: Mar 2005
    • Austria
    • Belgium
    • Bulgaria
    • Croatia
    • Cyprus
    • Czech Republic
    • Denmark
    • Estonia
    • Finland
    • France
    • Germany
    • Greece
    • Hungary
    • Ireland
    • Italy
    • Latvia
    • Lithuania
    • Luxembourg
    • Malta
    • Netherlands
    • Poland
    • Portugal
    • Romania
    • Slovakia
    • Slovenia
    • Spain
    • Sweden
    • United Kingdom.
  • Guatemala: Sept 2005
  • Honduras: Feb 2006
  • India: Nov 2004
  • Indonesia: Sept 2009
  • Israel: June 2009
  • Jamaica: January 2011
  • Japan: Apr 2007
  • Jordan: Nov 2005
  • Kenya: Jan 2006
  • Lebanon: Mar 2006
  • Malaysia: Jan 2010
  • Mexico: Sept 2005
  • New Zealand: April 2003
  • Nicaragua: Feb 2006
  • Nigeria: Sept 2004
  • Norway: July 2008
  • Oman: Dec 2006
  • Paraguay: June 2005
  • Peru: Mar 2005
  • Philippines: June 2005
  • Seychelles: Mar 2006
  • South Africa: Jan 2005
  • South Korea: June 2005
  • Sri Lanka: Mar 2004
  • Switzerland: Mar 2005
  • Syria: April 2006
  • Thailand: February 2010
  • Taiwan: Jan 2009
  • Ethiopia 2006
  • Trinidad & Tobago: July 2010
  • Turkey: Jan 2006
  • United States
  • Ukraine: Oct 2005
  • Venezuela: June 2005
  • Vietnam: June 2005


List update till date of the post.

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What is a L/C (Letter of Credit)?

A Letter of Credit is a general letter of promise from a lending institution or an investor that communicates in writing to you and any interested parties how much that financial institution would be willing to lend you. The Letter of Credit does not include the interest rate or any other terms of the loan.

The Letter of Credit is frequently utilized in international trade, where cargo is being bought and sold. In this case, the L/C is regulated by the International Chamber of Commerce, under the stipulations identified as the “Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits.”

A sight L/C is a Letter of Credit whereby the exporter of the cargo receives payment for goods immediately from the buyer upon presentation of the Letter of Credit. In other words, the sight L/C is given to the seller. When the seller presents the sight L/C to the purchaser, payment is due and payable. Another version of the sight L/C is the date/time sight L/C, whereupon payment is due and payable on the specified date, by the specified time.

When used in international cargo purchases, a Letter of Credit may also stipulate what forms of payment are acceptable. For instance, bank giros, wire transfers and bank checques may be use for payment because they automatically calculate varying currency conversion rates.

Letter of credit

If you need some advice about this post or any sea and air freight from / to Spain or/and customs clearance, please don’t doubt contact us.

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Dangerous goods transport documentation requirements for FCL

The legislation requires a declaration from the consignor (shipper) stating that the goods declared are classified and packed correctly and also a declaration from the person packing the container that it has been done so correctly, these are Dangerous Goods Declaration
and the Container Packing Certificate

These declarations may be in any format, but must be in accordance with the regulations of the IMDG code, Chapter 5.4 refers (anphot  example is given below).
Often, the Dangerous Goods Declaration is combined with the Container Packing Certificate into one document, generally known as the Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form.
These documents can also known as Dangerous Goods Note (DGN), Dangerous Goods Declaration (DGD), Multimodal Dangerous Goods Form (MDGF), Shippers Declaration, and Dangerous Cargo Declaration (DCD)

The information required on the documents is as follows:

Shipper – full name and address
Consignee – full name and address
Description of goods in sequence

Multimodal Dangerous Goods form


a) UN number (preceded by UN)
b) Proper Shipping Name including technical name (if required)
c) Primary IMO class, secondary, tertiary
d) Packing Group

Information which supplements the Proper Shipping Name in the dangerous
goods description (If applicable)

Technical names for “n.o.s.” and other generic descriptions
Empty uncleaned packagings, bulk containers and tanks
Elevated temperature substances
Marine Pollutants
In addition to the dangerous goods description the following information shall be included after the dangerous goods description on the dangerous goods transport document.

Total quantity of dangerous goods

This includes the weight in Kilos of each substance, as well as the number and type of packaging.

Also to be included if applicable;

Limited quantities
Salvage packagings
Substances stabilized by temperature control

Control and Emergency temperature: ….° C

Aerosols – If the capacity of an aerosol is above 1000ml, this shall be declared.

Both the Shippers declaration and the container packing declaration must be signed and dated.

There are also national and local regulations to be considered when preparing the Dangerous Goods Documentation, including but not limited to 24Hr emergency telephone number and contact for shipments to / from the USA, Canada, Thailand, China and Australia, these are mandatory, however, where possible it is always useful to include for other destinations. For USA and Canada it is also necessary to include if applicable Reportable Quantity (RQ) and if poisonous by inhalation (PIH) the zone should also be included

There may be other documentation required at time of booking, these will normally be documents as prescribed by the IMDG code, but may also include specific documents required by a local authority, e.g. weathering certificate, Competent Authority Approval, Certificate of Analysis or a gas free certificate to name a few.

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Update about Tianjin port

We would like to inform you about the last update about the situation of Tianjin port just received from local agents.

Blast in Tianjin port


The fatal blasts on Aug 12 that rocked a warehouse storing hazardous chemicals in Tianjin BINHAI New Area have claimed 114 lives, including 13 people not yet identified, and left 64 missing. Explosion caused huge losses to people’s life and property , after the accident, the terminal to stop all services last week, After a week of active repair and testing,

Tianjin port news



Actual and future situation in Tianjin port


The latest notice is as follows:

1. For customs —Tianjin customs system has been restored to the basic business on 18/08
2. For container yard—Most of container yard has been able to run normally, can pick up the empty container and back the heavy container.

But for some supplier/shippers send the goods to container yard, then loading at there , this service have not resume temporary .

due to the serious damage, there are 5 container yards in Tianjin has not yet resumed operation.
3. For carriers—, some containers are damaged after explosion, for part of carriers there will be a lack of cabinets, we will pay attention on this when we booking.
4. For tianjin port , stop all dangerous goods both on import and export operation now.

For others ports, customs clearance and inspection will be more strict.


We would like to thank to Mr. Ken Zhang of First Corp Ltd wich has sent us this information.

We would like express our condolences for all the victims in this tragedy at Tianjin port. Our thoughts are with all of them.

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Revised regulation on shipping dangerous cargo from Spain to Shanghai.

As a consequence of tragic dangerous cargo explosion at Tianjin Port,  the regulation of shipping dangerous cargo from spain to shanghai has been modified.

Chinese Government has established a high attention on dangerous Logistics Operations and we must watch this aspect carefully, and enhance the strict supervision and revise the regulation on shipping dangerous cargo from Spain to Shaghai on accepting and handling these cargos.

Shanghai authorities have notified to all cargo agents of revised regulation on shipping Dangerous Cargo to/via the port of Shanghai, imposed with inmediate effect.

Revised regulation on shipping dangerous cargo from Spain to Shanghai.


How proceed

From now only can be accepted Dangerous Cargo under CLASS 3, 8, 9.

But if you have any bookings of Dangerous cargo from spain to shanghai other than classes 3, 8, 9, please make sure to inquiry us and wait for our confirmation case by case, prior to stuff the container.

We won’t accept any loading of those cargos without the confirmation before cargo would be on board.

The new regulation on shipping dangerous cargo from Spain to Shaghai contains following requirements to documents accompanying and labeling of your shipments:

  1. All cargoes must be accompanied by a MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) in the Chinese language. For acceptance purposes we will also require same in the English language.
  2. Label each individual packaging, containing dangerous goods,with a Chinese label including:
    – Commercial product name;
    – UN number;
    – Composition/concentration;
    – GHS label;
    – First aid and emergency disposal methods;
    – Emergency contact person & phone number.


Failure to comply to the above requirement will result in non-acceptance of the consignment for exportation to Shanghai.


Dangerous cargo to Xingang Terminal are prohibited

We receive the notice from Xingang Terminal that Xingang warehouse can’t temporarily handle any consol box which contains any hazardous cargo. Otherwise, it will not be unstuffed and will have to be returned back to port of origin.
All charges involved will be by shipper’s account.


We remain to your total dispossal in order to clarify or help you in the process of the shipping dangerous cargo from spain to shanghai or other ports worldwide.


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Checklist for Choosing a Spain Freight Forwarder Agent

You’ve done your homework. You’ve narrowed your choices to just a few, using the 9 Tips for Choosing a Freight Forwarder and you are ready select a spain freight forwarder agent. There are a lot of things that you have to think about, many features that you need and you can’t afford to miss even one.

This checklist contains many of the features that you need to look for in your Spain freight forwarder agent.

Print this list and use it to ensure that the company you choose is the one that best suits your needs.

NFS Spain Freight Forwarder Agent Checklist

spain freight forwarder agent


__ Quote fits within your budget
__ Additional insurance (if shipping your personal effects, vehicle or other types of freight your insurance company may require you to purchase additional insurance for shipping)

Company Structure
__ Agent network in the country you are importing from or exporting to
__ Business partners in the country you are importing from or exporting to (these often give you access to additional services so talk to your agent)

Background & References
__ Experience handling your type of freight situation
__ Positive references (check references that had the same or similar freight situation that you do)
__ Positive reviews (check online review sites such as Yelp, Angie’s List, etc.)

__ Air cargo
__ Ocean freight
__ Door to door service
__ Picking services
__ Packing services
__ DDU/DDP services
__ Express or urgent shipping services (including pick up)
__ Special cargo services
__ Oversize cargo services
__ Dangerous cargo services
__ Food cargo services
__ Cargo insurance
__ Warehousing/storage service
__ Inventory management at off shore hubs
__ Bonded warehouse
__ Customs clearance
__ Tracking capabilities for shipments
__ Access to real time statistics and information
__ Overseas warehousing (this may be a value added service from the company’s overseas business partners)
__ Overseas distribution services (typically a service that the company’s overseas business partners provides)
__ Freight planning support
__ Freight consolidation (origin, hub, destination)
__ Purchase order management
__ Vendor management

Customer Service
__ Customer service contact information is clearly visible on website (phone number, email, contact form, etc.)
__ Customer service returns calls quickly (a good timeframe is 24 hours)
__ Customer service representative is knowledgeable of the shipping process
__ Customer service representative is knowledgeable of services

When choosing a Spain freight forwarder agent there is a lot to think about when it comes to services and features. This checklist for choosing a freight forwarding agent can help keep the selection process organized and thorough

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How to Save Money on Spain Air Freight

If you have a Spain air freight to book, then we can help you with some tips.

It can be easy to take for granted the fact that you can walk into a local supermarket and find fresh fruit and vegetables from around the world. You can go to a fine restaurant in many major international cities and order Alaskan Salmon, or Kobe Beef. It may not be cheap, but it can be had for reasonable prices. This is possible because of advances in technology and transportation, most notably air freight.

Air frieght has enjoyed an increase in popularity in recent years because of the many advantages it has to offer. Shipments can be reasonably counted on to be fast, with goods arriving on time and in good condition. Transporting goods through a network of carriers, either across a country or around the world, can be a very complicated process. The current state of the global economy means that businesses have to find ways to save money wherever they can, and shipping is no exception. Here are two ways you can save money in Spain air freight or when using, no matter from wich to wich airport, air freight:

Save money on air freight. Air cargo freight forwarder spain. Spain air freight


Use a Freight Forwarder

Air freight forwarders make it possible to ship quickly by managing the logistics of transporting cargo through an array of air, land and sea carriers, as well as negotiating complex customs requirements.

Air freight forwarders combine the shipments of individuals and companies, so they have the volume required to negotiate the best shipping rates.

Some freight forwarders can offer door-to-door service, take care of customs clearance, complete the paperwork at every step, and even handle urgent deliveries.


Optimize Your Packaging

If your packaging is taking up too much space, you may be paying a lot to Spain air freight or in general transport by air. On a large shipment, reducing each package by even a few centimeters can mean adding many more packages to your container. Reducing the amount and thickness of packaging materials not only saves volume, it also saves money and waste. This could also improve your company’s image as being more environmentally friendly.

We can guide your air freight throughout the shipping process, and get them there on time and in good shape. Contact us for more information about how our professional freight forwarding services can save you money on your shipping.




It is important to avoid delays in departures and / or delivery of goods, having a freight forwarder that can provide an agile in dealing with Spain air freight service.

NFS is a freight forwarder, customs broker, who daily provides Spain air freight as well as other services such Customs clearance, sea freight….and other.

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