Sending Cargo to India from Australia: What you need to Know

Sending cargo to your required destination is not a tricky thing to plan out anymore. With modern transportation and excellent coordination by cargo management companies, your goods will safely reach its destination within days. Transporting goods to India from Australia is now hassle free thanks to Transco Cargo’s scheduling, and the execution done by the logistics team. However, there could be certain rules and regulations that need to be followed when sending cargo to a foreign country. Let’s explore in brief how cargo can be transported to India from Australia.


Finding out the Schedule

This is all based on when you need to send the goods across and finding the right schedule to meet your deadline.  Cargo shipments usually take between 4 weeks – 6 weeks, so it is always best to plan out ahead. To find out the scheduling dates, please have a look at the Transco Cargo freight shipment schedule.

Transco Cargo Sending Cargo to India from Australia Shipment Schedule

Getting to know Important Information Relevant to the Destination of Arrival

It is important to always find out any relevant information on freight forwarding to the destination you plan to send your cargo to. There could be several export regulations that could apply to your cargo. Just like any customs regulatory, the central board of excise and customs in India, have highlighted their export regulations to ensure all goods that arrive are within its specific requirements. For detailed information on tariffs, embargos and customs details please visit

The Importance of Relevant Documentation

Shipping documents are legal forms that are applied in the process of transporting goods from one destination to another. These shipping documents are essential for the legal transport of goods in domestic backgrounds as well as with international shipping of all kinds. The precise documents vital to managing the shipment and delivery of merchandises will differ, based on regulations and principles that apply at both the initial point for the shipment and the destination, in this case, Australia, as well as any points in between where the merchandises must be disclosed and inspected.

Shipping documents are essential to protecting and binding all parties involved in the shipping procedure. By meeting terms  with the shipping regulations that apply, it is possible to make sure that orders are accurate, are transported in time, are packaged in a method that is well within the shipping standards, and that the duties charged for the shipping process itself are attuned with any contracts that exist between the shipper and the transporter. If in any case the shipping documents required by law are not organized properly, there is a possible chance that the cargo will be held back until the errors are modified or replacement documents are organized and forwarded to the site where the  cargo is temporarily stored. For a detailed look at shipping documents, please visit the Transco Cargo Documents page.