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Shipping from China to Philippines

If you’re looking for a reliable freight forwarder to help your shipping from China to Philippines,  you are in the right place.

Even the shipping service from China to the Philippines is very mature nowadays, SHL can always endeavour to do the logistics work better, besides the best solution and good service, we also can provide competitive rates from China to Philippines.

SHL will help your choose the best shipping route, competitive shipping cost and the best shipping companies to help your importing from China to Philippines.

Sea Freight Shipping from China to Philippines

China is about 7,775 km away from the Philippines but traversing this distance may take longer owing to the sea routes defined by water bodies.

Sea freight is determined by the location of ports to be used and the nature of consignment to be transported.

Very bulky consignment is normally shipped via sea.

Although it takes time to reach the final destination, it has proven to be the cheapest ever.

Before choosing this shipment method, he/she must be well acquainted with different ports both in China and Philippines.

Sea Ports in China
Zhuhai Zhanjiang Lianyungang Tianjin
menculik Guangzhou Qingdao Shenzhen
Ningbo Dalian Xiamen Yingkou
Fang Chenggang Weihai Qingdao Rizhao
Zhoushan Nantong Nanjing menculik
Taizhou (North of Wenzhou) Wenzhou Berganti Quanzhou
Shantou Jieyang Beihai Sanya
Yingkou Jinzhou Taizhou (South of Wenzhou) Qinhuangdao
Tianjin Yantai Haikou Basuo Zhenjiang
Jiangyin


Note: You should ship your goods to a convenient sea port that allows you to easily ship from China to U.K.

Main Airports in China
Bandara Internasional Hangzhou Xiaoshan Taiyuan Wusu International Airport
Bandara Internasional Kunming Changshui Bandara Internasional Ibukota Beijing
Bandara Internasional Pudong Shanghai Bandara Internasional Chengdu Shuangliu
Bandara Internasional Hong Kong Xian Xianyang International Airport
Bandara Internasional Shenzhen Bao'an Bandara Internasional Xiamen Gaoqi
Bandara Internasional Guangzhou Baiyun Changsha Huanghua International Airport
Bandara Internasional Qingdao Liuting Bandara Internasional Wuhan Tianhe
Bandara Internasional Haikou Meilan ÜrümqiDiwopu International Airport
Shijiazhuang Zhengding International Airport Bandara Internasional Tianjin Binhai
Phoenix International Airport Bandara Internasional Harbin Taiping
Guiyang Longdongbao International Airport Lanzhou Zhongchuan International Airport
Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport XishuangbannaGasa Airport


Main Airports in Philippines
Bandara Bislig Bandara Internasional Laoag
Bandara Iligan Bandara Internasional Legazpi
Bandara Loakan Bandara Internasional Clark
Bandara Internasional Kalibo Manila International Airport
Bandara San Fernando Paliparan Ng Surigao Airport
Bandara Internasional Iloilo Bandara Internasional Puerto Princesa
Bandara Internasional Francisco Bangoy Bandara Internasional General Santos
Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Zamboanga Airport
Bandara Cagayan De Oro Bandara Internasional Mactan-Cebu
Naval Air Station Cubi Point Airport


Modes of Shipping from China to Philippines

Whenever you’re importing from China to the Philippines, you can choose many modes of shipping.

The mode of shipping will depend on:

1. Cost of shipping

2. Type and nature of goods

3. Space available, i.e. volumetric shape is key in ocean freight

4. Whether you’re going for ocean freight or air freight

So, which options should you consider?

Kita punya:

China Asia Road Transport
China Railway Express
Roll-on/ Roll-off shipping
BREAK BULK Shipping
Full Container Load (FCL) Shipping
Less than Container Load (LCL) Shipping
Out of Gauge (OOG) Shipping.
Full Truck Loads (FTL) Freight Service
Less Truck Loads( LTL) Freight Service
FAQ
  • Q

    Which port should I use to ship from China to Philippines?

    A

    There are so many ports in China and I have highlighted most of them in this guide.

    However, as a rule of thumb, use one that is closer to your supplier.

    You need to discuss this with your freight forwarder.

    Because you need a port that can link you directly to the Philippines

    This way, you will save both time and money.

  • Q

    What is the total time taken to ship from China to Philippines?

    A

    Normally, the transit time will vary greatly owing to a number of factors.

    You can determine the timeframe depending on the transit period and other logistics procedures.

    Misalnya:

    Paperwork and handling consignment may take two weeks.

    Shipping may vary between a few hours to several days depending on the mode of shipping.

    Sourcing product from the supplier may take a few days or months.

    In short, you can factor in all these to get all approximate time it will take to ship from China to Philippines

  • Q

    What do we mean by "Beat My Freight Quote" when importing?

    A

    Beat My Freight Quote is when you deal directly with professional freight forwarder with good knowledge in your area.

    All inquiries will be dealt with by the local agent who will make a search of the best deal on your behalf.

    So, all the deals will be between the agent and yourself.

    In Beat My Freight Quote, no commission is taken for any transaction made and you can save a lot.

    In order to be a licensed Beat My Freight Quote Freight, the freight forwarder must either be a member of a national freight forwarding company association.

    Also, the freight forwarder must portray a high level of professionalism.

    In most cases, they are approved by members of FIATA or IATA cargo agents.

  • Q

    How do I make payment to a freight forwarding company based in China?

    A

    One can use money transfer systems to pay to that company’s bank account in China.

    Most of these freight forwarding companies will have accounts with leading banks such as HSBC (Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation).

    The freight forwarder can conveniently and swiftly receive any payment.

  • Q

    I don’t have a Bill of Lading (B/L), what should I do?

    A

    You can declare the cargo booking reference number in place of the “Bill of Lading (B/L) number” in your permit application.

    That is, if you haven’t been given the Bill of Lading.

    You can update the information once you get the Bill of Lading by simply submitting the amended application.

  • Q

    How do I guarantee the safety of my imports from China?

    A

    Hiring a professional and experienced freight forwarder is the only solution here.

    They will handle all procedures, be it loading, labeling, transportation or clearance.

    Such freight forwarders know the rules and regulations governing importing from China into the Philippines

    In fact, hiring a professional freight forwarder will save you both money and time.