Conair Intertraffic Co., Ltd.
Conair Intertraffic Co., Ltd. was established in the year 1998. It has been more than 20 years that our company has offered a total complete logistics solution & services covering from consulting for forwarding aspects, rate inquiring, preparing and applying for required documents/import-export permits for customers, booking arrangement for Sea Freight – Air Freight – Trucking, Packing, renting for storing space, along with distributing the cargo from our warehouse and etc.
The establishment of Conair Intertraffic Co., Ltd. was starting with the set company’s goal which intended to accommodate international freight forwarding services for both Sea Freight and Air Freight to assist all small, medium, large type of businesses including government sectors or any importers or exporters. Afterwards, our company has extended our service range to covering all complete logistics solutions. Our service range are as follow:
- International freight forwarding, import and export
- Custom formality service for both import and export
- Preparing and applying for requested documents and forms
- Professional cargo packing
- providing cargo storage and a distribution center for cargo
- Insurance services
- In land transportation for both domestic and cross border
- Chartering services
- Door to Door services
- Dangerous Cargo services (DG cargo)
Our major offer service terms (INCOTERMS) are including EXW(Ex-Works), DDP/DDU (Door to Door), FOB (Free on board), CIF(Cost-Insurance-Freight), C&F (Cost & Freight) and much more choices of service to meet the customers’ preference.
Conair Intertraffic Co., Ltd.
also has 4 affiliated companies under the management of CONAIR GROUP:
- Type of transporting (ocean, air, or land) - Place of origin and place of destination - Cargo details: o Type of the cargo o Volume of the cargo o Weight of the cargo o Size and dimension of the cargo
FCL (Full Container Load) is the mode for the container fully loaded by one single customer without sharing the container to the other customers. The advantage of this FCL mode is that the customer could arrange for the customs clearance process within 1-2 days after the container arrives at the destination port, the customer does not have to wait for the container to be devanning at the container freight station (CFS) as the LCL mode. The disadvantage of this FCL mode is the cost will most likely be higher than the LCL mode because the freight charge will be collected per a full container. LCL (Less Container Load) is the mode for multiple number of customers sharing and load into one container. The advantage of this LCL mode is the economical cost for the customer. The customers will only be obligated to pay for the freight charge per the cargo’s volume instead of the full container. For the LCL mode the freight charge will be calculated by the cubic metre (CBM). The disadvantage of this LCL mode is the waiting period for the container to be devanning from the container freight station (CFS) will be a little more extensive than the FCL mode, each customer must contact the freight forwarder to find out for the devanning schedule which could take up to 3-5 days after the container arrives at the destination port. In addition, most cargo that loaded under the LCL mode should be packed with extra caution/care because there are many types of cargo loaded into the container and the other cargo may be stacked up on top of other cargo which might cause any damage to the cargo if the cargo is not well packed.
INCOTERMS (International Commercial Terms) is the indication for responsibilities and risks of the delivery condition/term that comes to an agreement between the buyer and the seller. INCOTERM is available as follows: 1. EXW (EX Works) The seller is obligated to make goods available for delivery at his factory/warehouse, the buyer will bare all cost and risk to transport the goods from the seller’s factory to the buyer’s destination place. 2. FCA (Free Carrier) The seller is responsible for all expenses that generate during the delivering cargo from the seller’s premises until the goods is on board to the buyer’s designated carrier. All expenses generated after the goods is on board will be responsible by the buyer. 3. FAS (Free Alongside Ship) The seller is responsible to deliver the goods to the port of loading as buyer’s pre-arranged for carrier. After the goods is delivered to the port of loading, all expenses including customs process, ocean freight and other risks will be responsible by the buyer. 4) FOB (Free on Board) The seller bears for all expenses and risks from delivering the goods from the seller’s premises until the goods is loaded on the buyer’s designated carrier. All expenses generated after the goods is on board will be responsible by the buyer. 5. CFR (Cost and Freight) The seller is responsible for delivering the goods until it gets on board to the buyer’s designated carrier, this also including the customs process and the freight. All other risks and expenses such as insurance after the goods is on board will be bare by the buyer. 6. CIF (Cost, Insurance & Freight) The seller is responsible for delivering the goods until it gets on board to the buyer’s designated carrier, this term including all customs process, freight and insurance until the goods reaches the port of destination. 7. CPT (Carriage Paid to) The seller is obligated to deliver the goods to the carrier that is set or required by the buyer. The seller is also responsible to pay for the customs process and the freight but the buyer will be baring for all risk after the goods is delivered to the carrier. 8. CIP (Carriage and Insurance Paid to) The seller is obligated to deliver the goods to the carrier that is set or required by the buyer. The seller is also responsible to pay for the customs process, the freight and insurance but the buyer will be baring for all risk after the goods is delivered to the carrier. 9.DAT (Delivered at Terminal) The seller is responsible for all expenses and risks starting from delivering the goods from the seller’s premises toward the terminal/port at the destination. 10. DAP (Delivered at Place) The seller is responsible for all expenses and risk except import duty and customs process to deliver the goods from the seller’s premises to the buyer’s designated place. DDP (Delivered Duty Paid) The seller is responsible for all expenses that generate from delivering the goods from the seller’s premises to the buyer’s designated place. The seller is liable to pay for export customs process, freight, insurance, import customs process, import duty and deliver the goods to the buyer’s designated place.Our company’s service term coverages are including EXW (Ex-works, DDP (Door to Door), FOB (Free on Board), CIF (Cost Insurance Freight), CFR (Cost & Freight) and all other services available upon the customer’s preference.
- It is a disinfecting process for wooden packaging such as solid wooden case, wooden pallet, wooden packing block, wooden drums, wooden crate, wooden pallet collars, wooden skids or wooden dunnage. This process is purposely for exterminating any pests or harmful insects that might inhabited in the wooden packaging. We would coordinate with a certified fumigation agency that officially registered with the Department of Agriculture to operate for the fumigation process. After the fumigation process, the fumigation agent will place the official stamp “IPPC” on the wooden packaging and issue the Certificate of Fumigation for the customer. With the oversea inter-transporting circumstances, everyone needs to be assured that the goods’ s packaging is efficient enough to protect the goods from damaging during the transporting process all the way to the destination point. To make a strong packaging, wooden material is one of the most preferable choice because it is easy to find, cost efficient and could be brought back for reusing. But considering the disadvantage of the wooden material; it might contain the inhabitant of pests or harmful insects which could lead to a large breed of the certain harmful insects if the wooden material gets imported from one to another country. Under the international standard convention to conserve plant and agriculture, an organization, ISPM (International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures) has set up an international standard agreement called “International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC)” whereas, Thailand is also a part of this alliance’s agreement which is an obligation to operate under this standard convention (IPPC). In order to follow the standard pattern of the IPPC, wooden packaging would be required to pass the fumigation process prior the exporting.
BOI (Board of Investment) or an organization who promotes on domestics and international investment and set up strategies to increase the potential to compete within the ASEAN group. This would also to attract and to increase the number of foreign investors to invest in the country which will lead to a development and expansion of the economy base for the country. The following categories are benefits and privileges for the investor who interest to invest in Thailand: Category 1: Agriculture products (such as: production of difference type of flour, production for medication diet) Category 2: Ceramics and basic metal material (such as: mining industry, manufacturing for glass, ceramics, metal pipe, or construction material. Category 3: Light industry (such as: manufacturing for medical product or parts, manufacturing for toys, or Textile industry). Category 4: Metal manufacturing, machine industry, and transporting equipment (such as: manufacturing for machinery and parts, manufacturing for engine). Category 5: Electronics appliances & equipment industry (such as: manufacturing for electronic appliances, software industry, electrical engineering industry). Category 6: Chemical products, Plastics industry and Paper industry (such as: medical manufacturing, printed media industry and production of papers). Category 7: Public Utilities and Services (such as: basic public utility, public transportation, medical services, promoting travel and tourism). Category 8: Development for Technology and Innovation (such as: developing on Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Advanced Material Technology, Digital Technology)
The Paperless system has been set up by the Customs Department to make the customs process even more convenience for both importing and exporting process. The paperless system can create and submit the import/export declaration to the customs department. The customs department will be able to check all information from the importer against the forwarding agent before approving to proceed with the next procedure. In addition, the paperless system is also available to submit the Good Control List, the E-Manifest and arrange to submit the detail of import duty (E-Payment), as well. The advantages of the paperless system: - Reducing and use less paper work for the customs process. - Reducing the operating time and able to use an electronic signature on the export/import declaration by the online system. - the system will collect all information from many parties and keep them in order of the future use. - Password protected to secure the database.
For more Information, Please contact :
3-3/1 Conair Place Nonsi Rd. Chongnonsi Yannawa Bangkok 10120
+66 2 295 0444 (Auto),
+66 87 047 4004