Container Shipping to Bolivia

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International Container Shipping to Bolivia

When shipping your goods to another country, you'll want to import them economically. Get here all required information about rates and shipping services to help you make your container shipping process as easy as possible. Look through the information on free trade zones, customs requirements and rates on shipping your containers to Bolivia.

Import your container freight to main ports and cities in Bolivia: Cochabamba, El Alto, La Paz, Oruro, Santa Cruz.

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Bolivia was admitted to WTO (World Trade Organization) in 1995.

The following documents are required for importing containerized goods: document description form, invoice, proof of insurance, bill of lading, port expenditures, certificate of pre-shipment inspection, transportation invoice, packing list, certificate of origin, other certificates.

Products normally keep their original labels, but they must have complementary labeling showing the importer or distributor’s taxpayer identification number, sanitary registration number, and component translations.

Free Trade Zones (Warehouses)

Bolivia has nine free trade zones, six of which operate now fully: El Alto (serving La Paz); Puerto Aguirre (near Puerto Suarez, on the border with Brazil); Cochabamba; Santa Cruz; Oruro; Desaguadero (near La Paz, on the border with Peru).

Two others -in San Matias in the Department of Santa Cruz and Guayaramerin in the Department of Beni still don’t operate in full. Another - in Cobija, in northern Bolivia, are considered to be not very attractive to investors and importers because of the lack of ultimate infrastructure.

Bolivian free trade zones are regulated by the National Council of Free Trade Zones (CONZOF). They are operated by private firms selected by the Government through public bids. There are specific procedures which must be followed to obtain approval to conduct business in these zones. Export processing zones have up to 180 days duty-free treatment (RITEX) to assemble kits and manufecture parts for re-export.

When thinking of using FCL shipping option (20’ and 40’ containers), you should keep in mind the following advantages:
1) The container volume is all at your disposal;
2) You don’t have to have to wait for your order being consolidated with other orders shipped to the same destination;
3) Mind that your goods will stay in the container from the time of loading in the origin port to the time of unloading at the destination.