The Details Of International Air Cargo Charges
Air cargo charges and air price refer to the freight cost from the initial port to the port of destination regarding air cargo, including the local fees arising from the initial departure port. But it is unsafe, and the related expenses resulting from the local customs clearance at the port of destination, which is only the cost of the Airport to the airport.
Air cargo charges composition
The air price is usually made up of three parts:
- air freight
- fuel surcharge and
- war risk and some airlines do not charge war risk.
Cargo clearance for Fett freight, not including fuel surcharge and war risk, air freight adjustment is made by the airline industry sales agents. According to the aviation season, airline's receipt of in any case is priced according to the different airline's sales policy under their agent. Signed package board, package volume of the agreement rate is relatively stable. The increase in fuel surcharge will be adjusted according to the price of international crude oil, and the war risk is relatively stable.
Usually, a air cargo sales agent will quote the price of the whole package to the customer (air freight fee + fuel fee + war risk + ground fee), the departure port local fee, and other incidental expenses. When quoted to the customer, the sales agent can separate the quoted price to the customer according to the different trade terms of the customer.
The export price of air cargo charges is relatively higher than the cost of importation through the air because the goods that are exported relative to the export volume and much less in quantity, which is much larger regarding return capacity than concerning capacity.
Difference of air cargo charges
Different airlines have different air cargo charges as the services provided are not the same. Air freight is cheaper regarding timeliness which will be relatively long, air freight at a higher flight, aging is relatively fast, so the air cargo sales agents will indicate in the quotation to customers.
We must understand the real needs of customers for the best requirements related to the particular age. To inform air cargo sales agents, they can provide matching requirements for airlines to transport agent. In the inquiry prescription, the customer needs to understand the following eight necessary information from the customer (Inquirer) and provide the air cargo charges and flight arrangements according to its requirements.
- 1.names (dangerous goods, the requirements for transportation of hazardous goods are different and general)
- 2.weight, volume (size, freight and indeed light bubble)
- 3.packing (whether or not a wooden case, a tray, a suitable flight and model based on the packing)
- 5.required time (direct or transfer, customer demand)
- 6.required flights (flight service and price difference)
- 7.category of bill of lading (main and list)
- required transport services (customs declaration, agency documents, customs clearance, etc.)
Note: provide the appropriate flight arrangements according to the different types of packing.
Local fee for departure port
The initial departure port air cargo charges include customs fees, bill of lading fees, gate fees, airport ground fees, and other related expenses. The local departure rates of airports at different departure ports are slightly different. Take Shenzhen airport and Guangzhou airport as an example.