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What is the fastest way to transport my goods?

Air freight is the quickest way of transportation and take approximately one week from door to door but it is also the most expensive option. For urgent matters there are express courier services with a delivery time of circa 3 days.

How does air freight work?

Air freight is the most expensive freight solution and also generate the most emissions of carbon dioxide, about 4150 grams per kilo goods. However, it is the fastest way and the optimal choice when something unpredicted occurs and time is more important than money. Air freight is often suitable for high-value goods.

Commercial planes

Transports with regular (scheduled) flights takes approximately one week door-to-door. It is suitable for larger goods that needs to be delivered swiftly. The price is not effected only by the distance of the transport but also by eventual local charges and export costs. This is settled in the terms of delivery you have settled with your supplier. The weight and volume of the goods also effect the freight cost.

ETA for regular flights indicates when the goods are expected to arrive to the airport.

Courier

If a shipment is urgent and smaller in size courier is another option. It is possible to chose between express and economy, which effect both the time and price. We recommend you to calculate the costs in our client portal in order to establish which kind of courier solution suits you the best before making the booking.

ETA for courier indicates when the goods are expected to arrive to the final delivery address provided in the booking.

Which airport can I send goods to/from?

TKL Logistics can send and deliver goods at airports all over the world.

How is an air freight transport executed?

Regular

  1. You place an order to your supplier and establish the terms of delivery.
  2. When the goods are ready your supplier makes a booking to their local TKL Logistics office in the exporting country.
  3. We then verify the booking with you. Kindly keep an eye out for these emails from your operative contact person, as no booking is followed through without your confirmation. Once confirmed by you, we notify our local office in the exporting country.
  4. The booking is updated in the client portal.
  5. After departure TKL Logistics needs to be provided with the invoice and the packing list. The customs clearance cannot be performed withou these documents.
  6. When the goods arrive at the airport we perform the customs clearance.
  7. We book a delivery by truck to the final destination with an exact delivery date.

Courier

  1. You place an order to your supplier and establish the terms of delivery.
  2. When the goods are ready your supplier makes a booking to their local TKL Logistics office in the exporting country.
  3. We then verify the booking with you. Kindly keep an eye out for these emails from your operative contact person, as no booking is followed through without your confirmation. Once confirmed by you, we notify our local office in the exporting country.
  4. The booking is updated in the client portal.
  5. When the booking is made with the courier company labels are provided and forwarded to your supplier. These labels contains a bar code and the sender and delivery address in order to ensure that the package reaches its destination. The bar code also enables tracking of the packe via the courier’s website.
  6. When the courier retrieve the package at your supplier, the supplier must also hand over the documents needed for the customs clearence, namely the AWB (Air Waybill), packing list and invoice.
  7. When the plane has arrived at the airport you have selected the customs clearance and final delivery to you take place.