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Shipping from China to Thailand

Shipping from China to Thailand is popular in the shipping world, so DDPCH handles everything. For shipping from China to Thailand, we provide several choices, including door to door service, train, air, sea, and expedited shipping. Reach out to DDPCH professionals to determine the most economical and expedient delivery option.

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Introduction

Are you looking for the cheapest or fastest shipping solution from China to Thailand? Many people inquire about shipping from China to Thailand because of Thailand’s recent economic growth and high reliance on Chinese imports, Also, Customers inquire about shipping methods from China to Thailand, including costs and transit times for each, in total, we have four methods, Air freight, Sea freight, Door to Door shipping, and Express shipping from China to Thailand. As a result, it is important to have comprehensive information in this field, so we prepared this service for you, even though we discussed rules about customs clearance in Thailand in this shipping process, so you can easily ship your goods from China to Thailand.

After reading this shipping service from China to Thailand, you will have all of the necessary information and connect to DDPCH team for start, please stay with us.

What is the best way for shipping from China to Thailand?

Before we discuss shipping from China to Thailand, we should address one of the most commonly questions “What is the best way to ship from China to Thailand?” As you may have heard, various factors influence the best shipping methods, shipping between Thailand and China has three options: air, sea, and road but each has a different transit time and cost. For fast shipping from China to Thailand, we recommend air freight or express, which have a limited transit time and for those seeking the cheapest method, sea freight is suitable for large volume products but may not be as fast, you can ship China to Thailand via ground or truck in 10 days.

DDPCH provides a simple and efficient door to door shipping service from China to Thailand, you have no influence over the shipping method, and your goods will arrive at your desired destination in Thailand via sea, air, and road on the route between China and Thailand. In the following, we will discuss the details of methods for shipping from China to Thailand.

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Air freight from China to Thailand

Air freight from China to Thailand is ideal for shipping cargo with a high value and urgency, but not necessarily in large quantities, so we offer air freight services for quick cargo delivery in Thailand, we can ship your cargo from China to all Thai airports, including Bangkok International Airport. Just provide cargo details, weight, and size for our team, and then DDPCH in China will provide for you with the flight departure time and other shipment details.

For Air freight from China to Thailand, cargo must be packaged to meet airline regulations, and the packaging varies depending on the type of goods, so DDPCH International Shipping offers professional packaging services in China, this could save you time while also ensuring that your cargo packing meets airline repacking requirement, you can read about the cost and transit time from air freight from China to Thailand in the following.

Air freight cost from China to Thailand

The air freight cost from China to Thailand is necessary, if you choose the air freight costs include, a fuel surcharge, security fee, terminal fee, and other surcharges, these fees are set by various airlines based on their operating costs, airlines often update these charges to reflect market changes, taking into account factors such as season, international oil prices. Other surcharges are constantly revised based on factors such as off season, peak season, international oil prices, and so on, so the difference between each airline may change once every few months or once a week. We prepared this table for you, have a shipping cost from China to Thailand by air, you can see different costs from cities in China to cities in Thailand for different weight.

City in China City in Thailand Cost (USD per Tonne) Cost for 10 kg (USD) Cost for 100 kg (USD) Cost for 500 kg (USD)
Beijing Bangkok 500 5 50 250
Shanghai Chiang Mai 550 5.5 55 275
Guangzhou Phuket 450 4.5 45 225
Chengdu Pattaya 480 4.8 48 240

Air freight transit time from China to Thailand

The average air freight transit time from China to Thailand is 1-3 days, However, a few factors may impact cargo transit time: the type of goods (bulk or not), as well as their value and weight, Cargo can be flown directly from Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, and other Chinese airports to all Thai airports. Please contact our experts for more information on shipping times from China to Thailand and we will be available to answer your questions from the moment you pick up your bag at the port of origin until it arrives at the destination. We have prepared a table that shows the time from Chinese cities to Thai cities; for example, if you plan to ship from Shanghai to Bangkok, you would need four days.

in China in Thailand Transit Time (Days)
Shanghai Bangkok 4
Tianjin Laem Chabang 5
Guangzhou Phuket 3.5
Shenzhen Songkhla 4.5

Sea freight from China to Thailand

Sea freight from China to Thailand is the most popular method of shipping goods from China to Thailand, because of its flexibility and dependability, while air freight has limitations on the items it can ship, almost anything can be shipped by sea, including very large and heavy items. about ports, the top Chinese seaports for exports to Thailand are Shanghai, Shenzhen, Ningbo-Zhoushan, and Guangzhou, and we can ship from these ports to Thailand’s main seaports such as Port of Laem Chabang, Port of Bangkok, and Port of Phuket via our DDPCH team.

The advantages of sea freight from China to Thailand are that FCL and LCL systems are reasonable and capable of handling all items, allowing you to adapt to the needs of your business, and you can read in the following about sea freight cost and transit time details.

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FCL and LCL shipping from China to Thailand

When ocean freight from China to Thailand, you have two options: LCL (less-than-container load or groupage) and FCL. In fact, sea freight uses the same FCL and LCL container system as train railway freight from China to Thailand.

  • FCL shipping from China to Thailand: The type of container shipping you require is primarily determined by your freight volume to Thailand, If your cargo is at least six standard pallets, or slightly more than half of a 20-foot shipping container when a full container load (FCL) is displayed Twenty-foot containers can transport ten standard pallets, while forty-foot containers can transport 22 standard pallets from China to Thailand by sea. If you want to avoid any risk of damage to your shipment caused by contact with other people’s commodities, use a full container load (FCL) term for shipments of fewer than six pallets and shipments with a large volume and/or weight, this may be less expensive than LCL in terms of shipping cost per unit.
  • LCL shipping from China to Thailand: If separating your shipment from China to Thailand is not a concern, you may want to use the LCL, also known as groupage, and Groupage is a term for assigning a container, which is a low-cost option in which you only pay for the shipping space you use. Your goods are less likely to be stolen or lost if they are shipped in a single container rather than mixed with other companies; please contact DDPCH for more information, including rates.

Sea freight cost from China to Thailand

Understanding the sea freight cost from China to Thailand is critical when you want shipping from China to Thailand and it impacts your business and profit, Sea freight costs vary depending on the container size, port location in China and Thailand, product type, and other factors. Sea freight costs approximately $50 to $100 for LCL shipping and $2000 per container, different departure ports in China and arrival ports in Thailand will have a significant impact on overall costs so we prepared this table for FCL (for 20 foot and 40 foot containers suitable for your cargo volume) and LCL from Chinese ports to Thai ports.

Port in China Port in Thailand FCL 20 foot (USD) FCL 40 foot (USD) LCL (USD per cubic meter)
Beijing Bangkok 1000 1500 40
Shanghai Chiang Mai 1050 1550 42
Guangzhou Phuket 950 1450 38
Chengdu Pattaya 980 1480 39

Sea freight transit time from China to Thailand

Sea freight transit time from China to Thailand is the time between pick up in China and shipping your cargo in Thailand and receiving it at the sea port of destination, this time is longer than air freight from China to Thailand because ships arrive at the destination slower, but we recommend this method to you because we offer advantages such as reasonable price and high capacity.

Let’s look at the table below for some approximate shipping times from China to Thailand, this is calculated for various distances depending on the type of FCL and LCL. For example, with DDPCH, LCL takes 20 days from Guangzhou to Phuket, while FCL takes 16 or 17 days.

Port in China Port in Thailand FCL 20 foot Transit Time (Days) FCL 40 foot Transit Time (Days) LCL Transit Time (Days)
Beijing Bangkok 14 15 18
Shanghai Chiang Mai 12 13 16
Guangzhou Phuket 16 17 20
Chengdu Pattaya 15 16 19

Door to Door shipping from China to Thailand

Door to Door shipping From China to Thailand very comfortable method for your shipment because we pick up your shipment from anywhere in China and ship it by sea, air, or truck to anywhere in Thailand. DDP stands for “Delivery Duty Paid.” It means that the seller covers all costs related to the delivery of your cargo, including shipping and insurance expenses, it’s a very popular way of shipping goods between Thailand and China, and it’s used by businesses in a variety of industries.

Cargo needs to go through customs clearance in China before they are exported and they will be shipped to our warehouse, or you can have us pick up your goods from your Chinese factory. In Thailand, we use our business partners as importers to make declarations and we handle all customs clearance procedures between China and Thailand, so let us ship your goods using our Door to Door (DDP) shipping service from China to Thailand.

Door to Door shipping from China to Thailand

Door to Door shipping cost and transit time from China to Thailand

For door to door costs and the transit time from China to Thailand, you should be aware that DDP shipping from China to Thailand can be completed via sea freight or air freight, in this method, the seller or you bear all costs associated with the shipping of your cargo from China to Thailand, including shipping and insurance costs. Shipping your goods under DDP terms saves you money and time by removing the need to worry about taxes and duties.

The transit time from China to Thailand by sea shipping is approximately 10-16 days for air freight and 2-4 days from port to port, depending on the ports in China and Thailand, this table contains more details about the cost and transit time for shipping, for example, if you need to use door to door shipping from Shanghai to Bangkok by air freight, your shipping transit time is 2 days and shipping cost is $11 for per kilogram.

Shipping Type From (China) To (Thailand) Total Cost (USD for 100kg) Transit Time (Days) Cost per Kilo (USD)
Air Freight Shanghai Airport Bangkok Airport 1100 2 11
Air Freight Beijing Airport Phuket Airport 1200 3 12
Sea Freight Port of Shanghai Port of Bangkok 700 14 7
Sea Freight Port of Guangzhou Port of Laem Chabang 800 16 8
Road Freight Shanghai Bangkok 1500 10 15
Road Freight Beijing Chiang Mai 1600 12 16

Express shipping from China to Thailand

Express shipping from China to Thailand is a faster way to ship your container load and Express companies in Thailand have access to a diverse range of express shipping options, from major international carriers to local providers, providing flexible and customizable delivery solutions to meet the diverse needs of businesses and consumers. Whether for time sensitive deliveries, urgent shipments, or small volume consignments, express shipping services are critical to Thailand’s economic growth and enable businesses to reach customers and markets all over the world.

How can DDPCH help with express shipping from China to Thailand? We work together with the express companies listed below, and we can get good discounts from these companies for your express shipments, even you can connect with our team at any time, These companies like DHL and FedEx, can ship your cargo in 2 or 3 days smoothly, as you can see in this table.

Express Shipping Company Estimated Transit Time (Days) Estimated Cost (USD) Service Name
Aramex 3 120 Aramex Express
DHL 2 150 DHL Express Worldwide
FedEx 4 130 FedEx International Priority
UPS 3 140 UPS Worldwide Saver

Customs Clearance in Thailand

In shipping from China to Thailand, after providing the customs declaration form and related documents to customs at the Thai port of entry, Thai customs will review whether the declaration form is completed by the specifications, whether the accompanying documents are complete, what tax rate applies, and conduct a valuation, the end your customs clearance process is done, We in DDPCH can do anything about customs clearance in Thailand for your shipments if you need because our team has experience 10 years in shipping from China to Thailand, To clear customs in Thailand, you must have the following documents.

  • Bill of Lading: A sea bill of lading is a document issued by a shipping company or its representative in exchange for accepting goods for shipment from China to Thailand, If the bill of lading is used as a receipt for RECEIVED FOR SHIPMENT, it indicates that the goods have been received by the relevant shipping company but does not show that the goods have been shipped.
  • Invoice: It is a document necessary for Customs in Thailand issued by the seller in the buyer’s name, containing information about the goods or goods sold.
  • Certificate of Origin: It is a document issued by each country’s Chamber of Business for export goods, one for each export item, his document certifies the place (country) of manufacture of the goods, and it is one of the documents that the buyer needs to clear the goods through customs so that it will be sent to the buyer along with other documents in due time.
  • Packing List: a list of all items to be shipped can prepared by DDPCH for You.

Not all of these are required in every case, and documentation requirements vary depending on the shipping method, please contact us if you’re not sure what documents you need or if you’re feeling lost while preparing them.

Import Tax and Duties for Shipping from China to Thailand

When shipping from China to Thailand it is critical to stay up to date on Chinese and Thai trade regulations so that you know what fees and taxes you will pay, if you work with a trustworthy shipping company like DDPCH that handles customs clearance in Thailand, your customs fees will be lower and will not include any additional costs or delays. Thai customs will charge a 7% value added tax on their imports and other taxes and fees may apply based on the items you’re shipping.

Also, the applied ad valorem taxes range from 0% to 80%, according to the Customs Tariff Decree, certain commodities are exempt from import taxes, so to learn more information about this, contact the DDPCH team.

Prohibited & restricted items for shipping from China to Thailand

The first and most important aspect of shipping from China to Thailand is to understand the restrictions on importing goods from China to Thailand, this means that some goods are not cleared in Thailand, and we have prepared a list for you of goods that are restricted or prohibited from entering to Thailand. Contact our team for more information or to find the best method for your product’s sensitivity.

  • Fresh Food
  • Hazardous Goods
  • Firearms and Weapons
  • Medicine
  • Explosives
  • Cosmetics
  • Drugs
  • Questionable
  • Publications
  • Fake Currency
  • Counterfeit Goods
  • Batteries or any type of electronic product with batteries
  • Magnetic objects
  • Liquid, Powder, or paste
  • Perishable products
  • Documents (currencies, advertisements)

Conclusion

As a result of this service, there is no need to worry about shipping from China to Thailand, by selecting the best method include air freight, sea freight, Door to Door and Express shipping and working with our team, you can ship the item you want quickly, affordably, and with high quality from anywhere in China to Thailand, DDPCH has over 10 years of experience in air and sea shipping, as well as buying products from Chinese stores, ensuring hassle free shipping for our customers.

As we checked together, by following customs regulations in Thailand, We can clear your goods for you in Thailand, in fact by selecting the door to door shipping method from China to Thailand, you have entrusted us with goods clearance in Thailand. As the name of our company shows, we are ahead of this method. By contacting our experts, receiving a quote from us, and comparing it to competitors, You can make your own decision for shipping to Thailand.

FAQ

Transit Time for shipping from China to Thailand by Express 8-10 hours, by Air Freight 1-2days and by Sea Freight 5-10days.

The best way to ship depends on the nature of your goods and your specific needs, For heavy, large goods , sea freight is typically best method for shipping from China to Thailand. For goods less than 20 kg, or goods that are not very heavy or are not forbidden by air freight.

Shipping costs from China to Thailand can vary significantly depending on factors such as the shipping method, the nature of goods, and the weight of goods. For exact pricing, it is recommended to consult with a reliable freight forwarder.

Air freight rates from China to Thailand generally range from 1.50 USD–5.00 USD per kilogram, while the value of air cargo typically exceeds 4.00 USD per kilogram.
Ocean freight from China to Thailand is around $2-$4/kg, and a China-US shipment will take around 30-40 days or more.
Estimate your tax liability for importing goods from China to Thailand, Thai customs will apply a 7% value-added tax on their import. Other taxes and fees may apply depending on the type of items you’re shipping.

Some of the seaports from China to Thailand include Tianjin, Shanghai, Chongqing, Wuhu, Ningbo, Guangzhou, Wuhan, Shantou, Xiamen, Qinzhou, Zhuhai, Zhongshan, Qingdao, Dalian, Shenzhen, and Lianyungang.

The fastest shipping from China to Thailand is by Express airmail, provided by many courier companies such as FedEx and TNT. However, this method can be quite expensive.

Insurance is crucial for freight forwarding as it provides financial protection against damages caused by inappropriate packing or delays in receiving packages. There are different types of shipping insurance such as transfer insurance and marine insurance.

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