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  • DHL | Fuel Surcharge | English
    MyDHL Shipping Ship Online Get Rate and Time Quote Find DHL Locations Open an Account Schedule Pickup Order Supplies Shipping Advice Fuel Surcharge Surcharges Waybill Tips Packaging Advice Dangerous Goods Lithium Batteries US FDA Regulations Import Guidelines Terms and Conditions Online Importing Tracking Customs Services and Support Export Services Import Services Domestic Services Optional Services Small Business Solutions Resource Center DHL Venezuela Express Shipping Shipping Advice Fuel Surcharge Fuel Surcharge Changes in fuel prices result in fluctuating costs for the transport industry necessitating a variable fuel surcharge which may rise fall or be removed in line with movements in fuel prices Month Surcharge February 2016 0 75 January 2016 2 25 December 2015 0 0 The fuel surcharge for international Time Definite and Day Definite services will be based on the monthly average spot prices for kerosene jet fuel monthly average spot prices are found on the U S Gulf Coast Index as published by the US Department of Energy Prices are expressed in USD cents per US gallon At least But less than Surcharge 0 99 1 03 0 25 1 03 1 07 0 50 1 07 1 11 0 75 1 11 1 15 1 00 1 15 1 19 1 25 1 19 1 23 1 50 1 23 1 27 1 75 1 27 1 31 2 00 1 31 1 35 2 25 1 35 1 39 2 50 1 39 1 43 2 75 1 43 1 47 3 00 1 47 1 51 3 25 1 51 1 55 3 50 1 55 1 59 3 75 1 59 1 63 4 00 1 63 1 67 4 25 1 67 1 71 4 50 1 71 1 75 4 75 The fuel surcharge applies to transportation charges on all services and

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  • DHL | Surcharges | English
    for Remote Locations DHL Express is certified in certain classes of Dangerous Goods in accordance with IATA and ADR regulations The handling and transportation of Dangerous Goods is not possible between all origins and destinations A surcharge is applied per shipment when the handling and transportation of shipments involves substances and commodities that are in Excepted Quantities EQ in compliance with IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations These shipments contain very small amounts of slightly dangerous products and the gross weight of such shipments cannot exceed 1 kg per piece and are accepted from approved Shippers only Read more about Dangerous Goods Read more about Dangerous Goods A surcharge is applied per shipment when the ground handling and transportation of shipments involves substances and commodities that are in Limited Quantities LQ in compliance with ADR regulations and which are restricted from air transportation Such dangerous goods are restricted to no more than 30kg per piece and are accepted from approved Shippers only Read more about Dangerous Goods Read more about Dangerous Goods A surcharge is applied per shipment when the handling and transportation of shipments involves substances and commodities classified as fully regulated in accordance with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Such dangerous goods are restricted to single piece shipments that weigh no more than 30kg and are accepted from approved Shippers only Read more about Dangerous Goods Read more about Dangerous Goods A surcharge is applied per shipment when the handling and transportation of shipments involves Dry Ice UN1845 used as a freezing agent for non dangerous goods such as diagnostic specimens Such contents are accepted from approved Shippers only Read more about Dangerous Goods Read more about Dangerous Goods A surcharge may apply per shipment when the handling and transportation of shipments involves Lithium Ion or Lithium Metal batteries compliant with the appropriate IATA Packing Instructions 965 to 970 Section II DHL Express will not accept any shipment containing lithium batteries that are known or suspected of being defective or damaged Read more about Lithium Batteries Read more about Lithium Batteries The correct shipment labeling applies when the handling and transportation of shipments involves Biological Substances Category B UN3373 packed in compliance with IATA Packing Instruction 650 Such contents are accepted from approved Shippers only that are sending DHL MEDICAL EXPRESS shipments Read more about Dangerous Goods Read more about Dangerous Goods A surcharge is applied when the handling and transportation of shipments involves consumer goods such as perfumes aftershaves aerosols nail varnish and prescription medicines Such contents are also Dangerous Goods and are most often sent in small quantities to private individuals All must be properly labeled Read more about Dangerous Goods Read more about Dangerous Goods A surcharge is applied when any piece in a shipment has a scale weight in excess of 70kg A surcharge is applied when any piece has a single dimension in excess of 120cm or when any pallet has a base dimension in excess of 120cm A surcharge is applied when any pallet

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  • DHL | Dangerous Goods | English
    applicable within all countries which work under the ICAO regulations and any airline under the IATA regulations ADR for road transport applicable within all countries that have adopted the ADR convention in their legislation and additionally within Europe the EU directives concerning the transport of Dangerous Goods Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor Shippers are responsible to confirm if their dangerous goods shipments will transit to destination by air or road and prepare the shipment accordingly To speak to your local Dangerous Goods expert if you are unsure about which regulations apply to you please contact Customer Service Prohibited substances Dangerous Goods waste Munitions of War Acceptable by Type of Product and Service used DHL network affected country local restrictions and operator restrictions Customer approval Only Dangerous Goods from an approved customer will be accepted Dangerous Goods shipments must be prepared in accordance with the relevant Dangerous Goods regulations such as IATA ICAO Correctly packed marked and labeled Required documents completed A Shipper s Declaration for Dangerous Goods if applicable must be signed by the shipper only and accompany the shipment All State and Operator Variations must be complied with Traffic approval Only Dangerous Goods shipments which have been booked and approved with DHL Express prior to pickup will be accepted Dangerous Goods shipments are always subject to additional charges Transportation of Dangerous Goods is a risk when they are not correctly packed or handled If the goods are hidden declared incorrectly left completely undeclared packed or labeled incorrectly health and safety is compromised Did you know that food flavoring perfumes chemicals and electronic equipment can be classed as Dangerous Goods If you are thinking of sending such commodities be it for personal or commercial use please check first with a Dangerous Goods Expert at DHL Express If in doubt refer to

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  • DHL | Packaging Advice | English
    are also available Do not use envelopes made of fabric DHL branded flyer bags are available in two sizes Standard DHL Flyer For flat documents and small binders with a maximum weight of 2 kg Large DHL Flyer For flat documents ring binders and small boxes with a maximum weight of 3 kg DHL Flyers should always be used when the shipment is smaller than an industry standard shipping label or waybill Use triangular tubes instead of round tube type cylinders for rolled items Round tubes roll which makes them difficult to handle Round tubes cannot pass through the automated sorting equipment generally used in our sorting facilities DHL triangular tubes are specially designed to ship maps blueprints and any type of large flexible document and are available in two sizes for up to 2 kg or 5 kg Quality and Care Packaging Quality Matters Avoid using damaged containers or boxes Always use high quality wrapping and cushioning filler materials Consider the strength and durability of your chosen packaging Always remove old labels and stickers when reusing boxes Repack any gifts as decorative wrapping is not suitable for shipping Pack with Care to Protect your Shipment Use cushioning materials to avoid loose contents Fragile items should be well cushioned from all sides Fragile flat items should have protective dividers Protect data and media discs tapes with cushioning or protective bags Protect edges and sharp points with heavy well secured edge protection Use heavy duty double layered cardboard for valuable items Fragile and Handle with Care stickers are no substitute for careful packaging When shipping wooden boxes ensure that the corners are correctly protected and that the box is not splintered Keep your packages dry while awaiting a courier pickup DHL recommends you leave a space of at least 5 cm between the outer container and the inside contents This space should be filled with some type of cushioning filler material Common types of cushioning and filler materials Bubble wrap Styrofoam chips Crumpled newspaper Cushioning is also available in environmentally friendly options Always use cardboard dividers when sending flat fragile material When packing items or stacked objects you should always use dividers which provide absorption to shocks The most frequently used dividers are Corrugated cardboard sheets Chipboard or foam sheets Plain brown craft paper sheets Edge protectors are available in plastic and recycled cardboard When using strapping edge protectors prevent damage to your shipment by distributing the strapping pressure and tension uniformly across the box edge preventing damage to the cardboard Liquids Powders Ensure liquids are stored in leak free containers protected with a lightweight strong internal material such as Styrofoam and sealed within a plastic bag Seal semi liquids greasy or strong smelling substances with adhesive tape and wrap in grease resistant paper Place powders and fine grains in strong plastic bags securely sealed and then packed in a rigid fiberboard box Use Arrow Up stickers for non solid materials Keep in mind that poor packaging may cause damage to

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  • DHL | Waybill Tips | English
    Area Press Press Releases Careers Students Graduates Operations Support Management Professionals Jobs Working at DHL About Us Company Portrait DHL GoGreen Solutions Sector Overview Corporate Responsibility Content Search Express MyDHL Shipping Ship Online Get Rate and Time Quote Find DHL Locations Open an Account Schedule Pickup Order Supplies Shipping Advice Fuel Surcharge Surcharges Waybill Tips Waybill Guide Packaging Advice Dangerous Goods Lithium Batteries US FDA Regulations Import Guidelines Terms and Conditions Online Importing Tracking Customs Services and Support Export Services Import Services Domestic Services Optional Services Small Business Solutions Resource Center DHL Venezuela Express Shipping Shipping Advice Waybill Tips Express Waybills Ensure Accuracy for Fast Delivery A Waybill must be completed for every express shipment you send with DHL it helps to ensure timely accurate and secure delivery For the most accurate cost effective and quickest way to complete a Waybill we recommend you ship online Why do I need a Waybill It tells DHL where your shipment is going what service you require and how you intend to pay It tells you the terms and conditions upon which we provide our service Please read these carefully as they limit and in some cases exclude our liability It gives you proof of consignment with a unique number you can use on our web site to track your shipment It tells Customs what s in your shipment so that it gets cleared quickly and speeds through to its final destination without delay All waybills have an expiration date They cannot be used past that date When shipping online we take you through the steps to complete a Waybill accurately Waybill Guide Waybill Guide Ship Online Now Ship Online Now Ship Online Now linkContainerCenter linkContainerCenter Account Holders Account Holders Guide to DHL Express Services DHL offers a wide range of delivery options

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  • DHL | Customs Paperwork | English
    Support Customs Process Importing into Europe Customs Paperwork Commercial Invoice Commercial Invoice 3rd Party Proforma Invoice Customs Regulations for China Customs Glossary Duties and Taxes Global Trade Services Export Services Import Services Domestic Services Optional Services Small Business Solutions Resource Center DHL Venezuela Express Customs Services and Support Customs Paperwork Prepare and Print Customs Paperwork Our step by step forms help you easily understand what information is needed for customs dutiable shipments DHL quickly guides you through the creation of this all important paperwork Just select from the invoice options below and prepare your paperwork online now Customs Paperwork our step by step guide Your customs dutiable shipments must be accompanied by an invoice at all times Choose the most suitable invoice option click the link complete the form and print your invoice If you are sending a commercial shipment with a commercial value use the Commercial Invoice If you are sending a commercial shipment with a commercial value but the cost of sending the shipment is being paid by someone else other than the shipper or receiver use the Commercial Invoice with 3rd Party Billing If you are sending a non commercial shipment for a non business purpose for

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  • Duties and taxes, import customs duties, pay customs duty tax
    Express MyDHL Shipping Tracking Customs Services and Support Export Services Import Services Domestic Services Optional Services Small Business Solutions Resource Center eCommerce Business Customers Consumers About DHL eCommerce Logistics Freight Transportation Warehousing and Distribution Customs Security Insurance Supply Chain Solutions Lead Logistics Provider LLP Temperature Controlled Logistics Green Logistics Solutions Industry Sector Solutions Customer Resource Area Press Press Releases Careers Students Graduates Operations Support Management Professionals Jobs Working at DHL About Us Company Portrait DHL GoGreen Solutions Sector Overview Corporate Responsibility Content Search Express MyDHL Shipping Tracking Customs Services and Support Customs Process Importing into Europe Customs Paperwork Customs Glossary Duties and Taxes Shipper s Guide to Duties and Taxes Receiver s Guide to Duties and Taxes Global Trade Services Export Services Import Services Domestic Services Optional Services Small Business Solutions Resource Center DHL Venezuela Express Customs Services and Support Duties and Taxes What are Duties and Taxes When transporting goods across international borders shipments are subject to duties and taxes as determined by customs in the destination country Sending Shipments When shipping internationally it s important to understand duties and taxes Shipper s Guide to Duties and Taxes Receiving Shipments Did you receive a package and need to understand

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  • DHL | Global Trade Services | English
    Complexities of Global Trade As the leader in international shipping DHL s comprehensive online solutions help you easily navigate global trade processes to achieve success across borders Overview Global trade without borders The often changing diverse trade regulations and requirements around the world create complexities and challenges in shipping DHL Trade Automation Services provide detailed and streamlined visibility to critical trade information We enable businesses from small start ups to large multi national enterprises to effortlessly navigate through the international trade process and increase regulatory compliance With access to millions of trade rules DHL Trade Automation Services provide the information you need to ensure complete and accurate customs paperwork landed cost estimates and efficient transit of your goods Our online services are intuitive and easy to use offering quality up to date global trade information Online services include Landed Cost Calculator estimate duties taxes and other import fees so you know the costs upfront Product Compliance ensure your shipment complies with each country s import and export regulations Comparison of Landed Costs and Product Compliance compare charges and compliance rules for up to five exporting countries Trade Documentation create the documents required for international trade logistics and customs transactions Interactive Commodity Code Classification search for Schedule B HS and ECCN commodity codes for quick and accurate product classification Restricted Party Screening check shipper and receiver details against denied party lists maintained by governmental authorities Questions Contact DHL Express Customer Service Benefits Benefits of using DHL Trade Automation Services Avoid customs delays due to incorrect documents and licenses Prevent shipments to restricted parties Access customs clearance information from single source Access trade related cost estimates on the front end Access country clearance requirements instantly Streamline trade related processes to control costs Make better sourcing and selling decisions Focus on your company

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