Container Shipping to Madagascar


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International Container Shipping to Madagascar

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 Madagascar.

Import your container freight to main ports and cities in Madagascar: Antananarivo, Mahajanga, Morondava, Toamasina, Toliara.

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Madagascar has been a member of WTO since 1995.

All Madagascar's tariffs are ad valorem (zero, 5%, 10% and 20%), with the exception of those on petroleum products; in 2008, the simple arithmetic average rate was 13%, three points lower than in 2000. Agricultural products are subject to higher taxation (a simple average of 14.5%) than non-agricultural products (12.7 %). During the Uruguay Round, Madagascar bound all its agricultural tariff lines and several non-agricultural lines, representing a total of 29% of tariff lines; in some cases, the rate applied exceeds the level bound on behalf of Madagascar prior to independence.

VAT (20 % in 2008) and excise duty, is also levied, but lately does not respect the principle of national treatment. Other import taxes imposed at the customs level were annulled in 2005.

Madagascar is a member of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC). Madagascar signed an interim agreement with the EU in 2007, covering free trade and other trade-related issues. The free trade zone will remove tariffs and non-tariff trade barriers.

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.