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深圳4PX与Airpak 访Logon交流跨境物流

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(雪兰莪.八打灵再也21日讯)中国深圳市递四方速递有限公司首席执行员李跃以及Airpak快递(M)私人有限公司执行董事王荣利日前带领公司的团队,访问星洲旗下世华多媒体的Logon.my,与iStore iSend及海鸥集团进行跨境物流的交流。

4PX集团是中国首选的跨境电商一站式服务平台,以物流为基础,信息技术为核心,为全球跨境电商企业和品牌制造商提供电商全程服务,实现“全球品牌,跨国直销”。4PX集团拥有软件、电商、物流三大业务板块,是中国提供跨境电子商务服务的第一品牌。

Airpak快递(M)私人有限公司是目前马来西亚排名前10位的快递公司之一。在马来西亚,Airpak网络覆盖超过90%的地区。主要为新加坡、马来西亚及国际部门处理各类物流服务,其中包括仓储,履行装运(电子商务),批量交货,装运国内和国际货运。

李跃表示可以利用跨境销售,跨境物流来带动更多国外商家进入马来西亚市场。希望利用快递模式解决一些传统电商跨境的问题。

他表示希望通过此次的访问,能与Logon.my和Airpak有更加密切的合作。

文章来源:
星洲日報‧2016.07.21
http://www.sinchew.com.my/node/1549035/

 

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跨境中国电商进口渠道 – xBorder e-Parcels China

英文版(English Version)

 

跨境中国电商进口渠道

商家企业和个人解决方案

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  跨境电商清关 个人物品清关
走货限制
  • 单个包裹不能超过人民币2000 (不分单多件)
  • 个人每年不能超过人民币20,000
  • 正面清单物品:除国家禁止进出境物品外,肉类和宠物食品不能进口
  • 单票货物价值≤人民币 1000 元(单件不可分割≤人民币20,000)
  • 个人每年不能超过人民币20,000
  • 正面清单物品:除国家禁止进出境物品外,肉类和宠物食品不能进口。奶粉暂时不可以转运。
征税方式 主动报关,批量征税

(取消50人民币免征额度)主动报关,批量征税

(有50人民币免征额度)征税凭证阳光网站查询整批税单给清关公司纳税方式DDU/ DDPDDU/ DDP税率跨境电商综合税 (简称跨境税): (增值税 + 消费税)* 70 %行邮税: 税率(三档) 15%, 30%, 60%税基境内电商平台销售价格 (对客户来说按照现行的申报价格进行)申报价格身份证要求只需要身份证号码需要身份证附件末端派送自由EMS, 一单到底

 

跨境中国电商进口过程

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跨境中国电商进口 – 受欢迎的物品

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跨境中国电商进口 – 用户

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如何计算税金?

应征关税=申报价值(即指货物交易总费用,包括运费等)*关税税率(目前跨境税统一预设应征关税为0)
法定计征的消费税=(申报价值/(1-消费税税率))*消费税税率;
法定计征的增值税=(申报价值+正常计征的消费税税额)*增值税税率;
综合税:(消费税+增值税)*70%

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如何计算税金?

 物品税金少过 RMB 50 免税

税率(%) 产品分类 免税金而
15% 食品、饮料、金银、家具、计算机及其外围设备、书报、刊物及其他各类印刷品、教育用影视资料、玩具、游戏品、节日或其他娱乐用品 333人民币以下免税
30% 纺织品及其制成品、皮革服装及配饰、箱包及鞋靴、表、钻石、钟及其配件、附件、洗护用品、家用医疗、保健及美容器材、厨卫用具及小家电、空调及其配件附件、电冰箱及其配件附件、洗衣设备及其配件、电视机及其配件、摄影(像)设备及其配件、影音设备及其配件、文具用品、邮票、艺术品、收藏品、乐器、自行车、其他物品 (其他不能归入上述类别的物品) 166人民币以下免税
60% 酒、烟、高档手表、贵重首饰及珠宝玉石(不含钻石) 、化妆品、高尔夫球及球具 83人民币以下免税

 

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受欢迎货物 – 税率

E-Parcel Service

跨境电商清

All goods have to pay duties & taxes regardless of the declared value

Personal Parcel Service

个人物品清

Duties & Taxes less than 50 RMB, consignee do not have to pay

Dried Bird Nest

干燕窝

11.9% 15%
Coffee Powder

咖啡粉

11.9%

15%

Baby Milk Powder

婴儿奶粉

11.9%

Cannot Send 不能发

Maternal Milk Powder

成人奶粉

11.9% Cannot Send 不能发

Shoes

鞋子

11.9%

30%

Bags

包包

11.9%

30%

Health Supplements (food)

保健品

11.9% 15%
Clothing

衣服

11.9%

30%

 

如果有任何问题,可以联络或发邮件给sales_sin@airpak-express.com

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X-border Parcel to China

Click here for Chinese version (中文版)

Shipments to China

Solutions for X-Border Businesses & Individuals

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  E-Parcel Service Personal Parcel Service
Limitations
  • Single Consignment Note Value not exceeding 2000 RMB(Items that cannot be separated)
  • Individual Annual Usage Value not more than 20,000 RMB
  • Follows the standard and prohibited list of items allowed in the China. Meat related food products are prohibited.
  • Single Consignment Note Value, equals to or less than 1000 RMB (Items that cannot be separated)
  • Individual Annual Usage Value not more than 20,000 RMB
  • Follows the standard and prohibited list of items allowed in the China. Meat related food products are prohibited.

*Milk Powder Temporary prohibited

Custom Duties All products have to pay duties & taxes, regardless of the declared value Duties & Taxes less than 50 RMB, consignee do not have to pay
Duties & Taxes Services DDU/ DDP DDU/ DDP
Duties & Taxes Percentage GST = (CIF / (1 – GST%) * GST %Duties = (CIF + GST) * Duties %

Total Payable Tax: (Duties + GST) * 70%

Three different percentage: 15%, 30%, 60%
Duties & Taxes Calculation Calculated based on the declared value provided by Customers
Consignee ID Only require Consignee ID Number Requires Photocopy of Consignee ID Card
Local Courier TTKD EMS
Importations X-border Parcel Personal Goods

 

How it works?

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Popular Products Imported to China

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Users of X-border Solutions to China

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How to calculate Duties & Taxes?

Formula:

GST = (CIF / (1 – GST%) * GST %

Duties = (CIF + GST) * Duties %

Total Payable Tax: (Duties + GST) * 70%

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How to calculate Duties & Taxes?

Duties & Taxes less than 50 RMB, DUTY FREE

Duties & Taxes(%) Goods Category Duty Free Value
15% Food, Beverages, Gold, Silver, Furniture, Calculator & its external accessories, books, newspaper and other printed materials, Educational video materials, Toys, Video Games 333 RMB & Below
30% Textile Products, Leather Apparels, Bags, Shoes, Watch, Diamond, Clock, Toiletries, Home Medical Equipment, Health & Beauty Equipment, Air-Conditioning, Refrigerator, Laundry Equipment, Television Set、Camera、Audio-Visual Equipment, Stationery, Stamps, Collectibles, Musical Instruments, Bicycles, Other Items (other items that are not included in the above categories) 166 RMB & Below
60% Liquor, Beer, Cigarette, High-Value Watches, Valuable Jewelries (diamonds no included), Cosmetics, Golf Balls & Accessories 83 RMB & Below


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For more enquiries feel free to contact sales_sin@airpak-express.com

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E-PARCELS (B2C CHINA) Promotion for Double 11 and Double 12 (双十一和双十二促销)

Calling all E-commerce sellers and Daigou seller to CHINA.

We are having a 2 month long promotion to E-Commerce Sellers for Shipment to China.

Contact Airpak Express now to find out the offer.

It is Fast, Simple, Legal, and Full Tracking available , no need receiver’s I/c copy for personal importation. Tax free breaks are available.

(个人行邮清关) 计算关税少50RMB 免税

Contact our sales representative now at Sales_Sin@airpak-express.com

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Singapore Election Day 2015

Singapore Election Day falls on 11th Sept 2015 Friday.

Airpak Singapore will be close on this day.

There will be NO delivery and Clearance on this day.

 

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Malaysia National Day . Merdaka Day 31st August 2015

Malaysia celebrate its Merdaka Day on 31/8/2015.
Office is closed on this day.
There will be clearance and delivery on this day.

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Growth of E Parcels (B2C) in China

See the growth of E Parcels (B2C) in China,

The Ecommerce “Haitao” market in China is valued at Trillion-Yuan. The Chinese are hungry for Original, safe, imported products. If you are thinking of selling to the Chinese Market via E-commerce.

Contact Airpak Express with our New E Parcels Services to China.

See the original Article from Xin Hua News agency.

Yearender: China’s multi-billion-dollar “haitao” splurge Grow

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/china/2015-01/04/c_133895857.htm

Yearender: China’s multi-billion-dollar “haitao” splurge – Xinhua | English.news.cn//

by Xinhua writer Wang Chenxi

BEIJING, Jan. 4 (Xinhua) — When Cao Lina finally finishes the online payment on the website of U.S. chain store Macy’s, she knows the pair of boots from a Christmas promotion is her last purchase of 2014.

“I’ve spent more than 31,000 yuan (about 5,000 U.S. dollars) this year – it’s mostly ‘haitao’ (buying goods online from overseas),” says Cao, 31, an accountant in Beijing. She started to haitao in 2012, and this year she’s bought a handbag from England, milk powder from Australia, honey from New Zealand and cosmetics from Japan.

She is among a fast growing number of Chinese online shoppers, most of them young, well educated and eager to buy foreign goods that are unavailable or exorbitantly priced in China. They are a multi-billion-dollar and still booming market for global e-retailers.

TRILLION-YUAN POTENTIAL

A report in September from market research company Nielsen said 18 million Chinese spent 216 billion yuan by haitao in 2013. It estimated the value would reach 1 trillion yuan in 2018 and the number of buyers 35.6 million.

According to Internet industry consultancy iResearch, China’s total online shopping sales hit 691.41 billion yuan in the third quarter of 2014, up 49.8 percent from the same period last year. The year’s total cross-border e-commerce – inbound and outbound – is forecast to grow 30.6 percent from 2013 to reach 4 trillion yuan, accounting for 14.8 percent of total foreign trade.

China’s Ministry of Commerce forecasts cross-border trade by e-commerce companies in China will be worth 6.5 trillion yuan in 2016.

POLICY SUPPORT

The impetus comes from the government. In August 2013, China’s State Council issued a policy to support cross-border e-commerce, with six concrete measures to facilitate processes, including Customs clearance, quarantine inspection, duties and foreign exchange.

To date, six cities – Shanghai, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Zhengzhou, Guangzhou and Chongqing – have designated import e-commerce pilot zones, where foreign goods can be stored in bonded warehouses before Customs clearance.

According to tax regulations in those cities, each order under 500 yuan (about 82 U.S. dollars) is duty-free, and each order from 500 to 1,000 yuan incurs a 10-percent tariff, compared with ordinary imported goods being taxed around 40 percent on average.

Some pilot cities have also simplified their Customs regulations. In south China’s Guangzhou, e-retailers can immediately register overseas goods with Customs when a Chinese buyer makes a deal, so tariff collection and other procedures are faster.

Under Guangzhou’s system, Chinese discount retailer Vip.com completed Customs clearance for 800 watches in just 40 minutes.

On Nov. 11, the 22nd Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders’ Meeting in Beijing supported the trade with the APEC Cross Border E-Commerce Innovation and Development Initiative.

NEW OPPORTUNITIES

For e-commerce giant Amazon and its competitors, including NYSE-listed Alibaba, 2014 saw new opportunities to tap into this market.

On Aug. 20, Amazon China announced it would begin cross-border online shopping in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone. Chinese buyers could go to Amazon websites in the U.S. and other countries to buy online and receive shipments in a week to 10 days with lower delivery costs.

Amazon has tactically changed the “proxy” mode of overseas online shopping, whereby a Chinese buyer pays a proxy to buy goods abroad, and the proxy dispatched the goods as personal items.

The proxy mode has several risks, such as fake goods provided by the proxy, delivery delays, and documentation and tax issues during Customs clearance. If all goes smoothly, a shipment by air from the U.S. could arrive in one month, or 20 days from Europe, 10 days from Japan.

Amazon’s bonded warehouses mode is easier and cheaper. With the help of data collected over the years, Amazon can forecast orders and send goods in advance by sea to Shanghai Free Trade Zone bonded warehouses. Amazon sends the items from Shanghai after a Chinese buyer makes a purchase.

Big players in China’s e-commerce sector, such as Alibaba and NASDAQ-listed 360buy, have followed Amazon to open haitao channels.

Moreover, Alibaba uses its global payment system, Alipay, to bring in more players from abroad, including U.S. retailing giants Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus, and luxury brands like Prada and Hugo Boss.

Chinese consumers can log on to foreign retail websites and pay in RMB through Alipay, which includes duties and delivery costs. Then they wait a week or two to receive the goods, which can be tracked online. This also avoids the risks of using proxies.

SHOPPING SPREE

Singles Day (Nov.11) set a new China record for online shopping. For Alibaba alone, online sales of Tmall.com, Taobao.com and its overseas outlets hit 57.1 billion yuan that day.

The stunning sales encouraged Alibaba, Amazon and other competitors to promote Black Friday, the big sales day after the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday.

Amazon China announced Black Friday discounts enjoyed by U.S. shoppers on its website. Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus and others had Chinese-language webpages, saying they accepted RMB by Alipay.

IT news website PingWest reported Metao.com, a website dedicated to foreign goods, registered sales of more than 20 million yuan that day. Another haitao website, ymatou.com saw sales of 100 million yuan over five straight days around Black Friday.

Alibaba and Amazon declined to reveal their sales numbers, suggesting a worse-than-expected result. Some buyers found the offers too limited; others had reached their spending limits on Singles Day.

Macys.com president Kent Anderson said he hadn’t expected big Black Friday sales in China this time, but it would help sales growth in future. Macy’s had selected about 100 items to sell online for its China debut.

For Cao Lina, Black Friday was fruitful. She bought U.S.-made fish oil capsules and vitamin tablets for her parents, who live in southwest China’s Sichuan Province. Ten days later they received the parcel sent from bonded warehouses in neighboring Chongqing.

“My parents are happy, and next time they want to do their own haitao,” she says. Enditem

(To read more in-depth China news, please visit www.icrosschina.com and www.icrosschina.com.cn, which are newly launched by China Features for overseas readers.)

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E Parcels services (B2C)

With the boom of e-commerce. Airpak Express has launched E Parcels services.

This service focuses on B2C Deliveries for E-tailers / Retailers Or Drop-Shippers.

This service is available for Local / X-border deliveries to

Singapore

Malaysia

China

Philippines * Coming soon

Indonesia* Coming soon

Thailand * Coming soon

 

B2C initiatives are taken so that consumers receive the highest satisfaction.

These delivers are traceable at every milestone, safe, and transparent at every point.

 

Singapore Deliveries (Singapore E Parcels)

E Parcels (B2C Deliveries) in Singapore are done with full tracking / Electronic signatures / uploading of pictures for Authority to Leave (ATL) at instructed locations.

Our delivery drivers are train to be polite and call prior to deliveries.

Value added service like Scheduled delivery SMS portal / Night deliveries are available depending on requirements.

Malaysia Deliveries (Malaysia E Parcels) 

We are no new player in the Malaysia E Parcels market. Our couriers are familiar with both residential & business areas so that you get your parcels at the fastest time.

X boder China Deliveries (China E Parcels)

E Parcels (B2C Deliveries) in China will be based on personal importation. There are tax exemptions in some conditions. Do contact Airpak for details.

Duties and taxes can be arranged to be paid by consignee or sender.

Deliveries are made by Established Local Chinese Courier companies where they have efficient and extensive networks in the residential and business areas.

 

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X-Border E Parcels (B2C Deliveries) to China

We are proud to launch a new E Parcel B2C service to China.

This service is tailored for e-commerce parcels OR consumer products and is for personal name importation into China.

These B2C Deliveries are made fast,legal, simple and safe. Airpak Express will be able to provided the landing cost (a.k.a custom duties and taxes) and these can be paid by sender OR receiver.

So if you are a E-tailer, retailer or drop-shipping seller that focuses on the massive market in China, contact us NOW!

For enquires please contact any of our Business development Executive @ +65 6743 9200 or email us at Sale_sin@airpak-express.com

 

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Employment Singapore

Business Development Executive. (BDE) Due to expansion programme Airpak Express Singapore is looking for BDE. ( Many Vacancy). Interested person please contact Aloysius Ong 67439200

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