International Shipping To Australia
Shipping to Australia and New Zealand from America can be more expensive than shipping internationally to Europe or Asia. However, that doesn’t stop many retail companies from shipping their products to Oceania. Australia has more than 23 million people living in their country and is the second-largest eCommerce market in the pacific ocean. Australia spends more than $10 billion in eCommerce sales and each year that margin increases. But because of the difficult shipping logistics and expensive shipping costs, many American companies trust a freight forwarder like Bruning International to handle their shipments when they ship to the following Oceania locations:
- New Zealand
Clearing International Customs in Australia
One of the key benefits of working with a shipping company like Bruning International is getting support with customs and fulfillment. Bruning International exists to help make finding and filling out shipping forms simple. Our logistical team also handles all customs challenges for our clients when working in international markets. Quick navigation of customs is necessary to get the most out of your shipping schedule and ensure that your clients and customers get their goods as quickly as possible.
Break Bulk Shipping to Oceania
Part of what makes Bruning International a unique partner in the freight forwarding industry is our experience working with breakbulk cargo. Bruning International has such a good reputation handling the logistics of oversized and large cargo that our team is trusted by Logan International airport to package and ship all emergency shipments. We work with Logan International on out of gauge shipping solutions and we work with hundreds of industrial clients to ship large and heavy machinery to international locations. If you have a big project, we have the solutions you need.
Packaging Solutions for International Travel
At Bruning International we often have to help our clients find packaging solutions alongside shipping solutions for their products. That is why we offer a custom crating service for clients that are seeking extra protection for their goods or need reliable packaging. Through our partnership with the Northeastern Lumber Manufacturer Association, all of our crates are made with wood that meets international standards set by the United Nations through the IPPC (International Plant Protection Convention). This is how we ensure that all of our shipments clear customs.
Contact Bruning International
Whatever you are shipping, and wherever you are shipping, the Bruning International team can help. Our years of experience and partnerships with agencies around the world make us a valuable asset for your international shipping strategy. Contact us and a member of our team will get back to you soon.