Air Freight is usually cost effective once shipments are in the range of 100kg or more UNLESS very bulky items are involved; if that’s the case your only viable option is to use Sea Freight. This is the most popular shipping method used by big companies to import goods from China.The cost per kilo (£100-£150 per pallet, even less if you can order full or half-container loads) is very low but the downside is the lengthy delivery time.For a 50kg package, expect to pay around £4 or £5 per kilo. This is somewhere between courier shipping and sea freight.
With Air Freight, expect to pay £2-£3 per kilo for a 100kg shipment.
If your supplier is located in Hong Kong, you can use HK Airmail which is way more reliable, comes with a tracking number and usually arrives within 5-10 days. Shipping with a courier company will be the most suitable method for most people starting out IF it involves small, lightweight items.
With courier companies such as TNT, DHL, UPS or Fed Ex you pay a premium price for each kilo BUT you get fast delivery times and an online tracking facility.
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