Shipping is available by Sea or by Air
Air Freight is the fastest, most expensive means of transporting freight. Rates are charged per kg and are calculated by weight (volumetric weight).
For smaller shipments, we often use EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE EMS or DHL. We will be able to assist you with estimates of shipping at the time of placing your orders. If you have your own International courier account, we can use this to send your goods.
Sea Freight is the most economical means of transporting goods. There are two main ways to send goods by seafreight.
LCL - Less than Container Load - this means that goods are crated in specially designed wooden crates, made to measure for the size of your goods. LCL shipments have some risks, particularly with goods that are regarded as fragile. Goods from Bali are packed and loaded in Bali, unloaded in Java, reloaded and unloaded in Singapore and unloaded at destination.
LCL shipments have frequent handlings and thus, we do suggest all customer to take insurance on all shipment to cover against damge during transit. Insurance is charged at 2% on the value of the goods. We recommend QBE Insurance and can arrange this for you.
LCL shipments have some restrictions particularly for Australia. Shipments involving specialised fumigation, such as Ethylene Oxide cannot be sent to Australia. These such shipments must be sent as FULL CONTAINER LOAD.
FCL - Full Container Load is available in 20ft (30cbm) 40ft (60cbm) 40ft high cube (70cbm)
Shipments sent FCL are loaded in Bali and unloaded at the destination, hence there is considerable less handling and moving of the goods.
FCL shipments are more cost effective than sending anything more than 13cmb as LCL. Local clearance charges are charged per container or per cubic metre. Once 13 or more, it is often more economical to send FCL.
The Hospitality Essentials collection features an extensive range of hotel accessories. We are not limited to guestroom accessories and bathroom accessories but we also feature a unique range of restaurant accessories including coasters, placemats, candle holders, condiment dishes, service trays and tray jacks, wine coolers, menu covers and bill folders. To receive more information on these restaurant and tabletop accessories contact Tabetha@BeyondHospitalityEssentials.com