Export to Australia – The Blue Thirst Marketeers guide to exporting to Australia & live opportunities that exist
We have now left the EU but where are the new opportunities? Where should UK business now be looking to export?
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There are many factors that come into play when thinking about what the best way is for you to go about starting to export to Australia. Australia is one of the most important trading partners of the UK and has provided its massive industry with a great deal of jobs, as well as being a major contributor to the strength of the pound. As such, it makes sense for the UK to be at the forefront of establishing trade links with the country.
First off, you will have to decide on the country or states of Australia that you want your goods to leave in order to get to them. You may also want to choose between using a cargo ship or air freight service. Most importantly, however, you will need to be absolutely certain that all of your paperwork is completely in order.
When you are considering the pros and cons of sending goods over the water, remember that they must arrive at the port of call that you have chosen for them. In the end, though, it will still be your responsibility to ensure that they arrive on time. This means that it will be important for you to hire a cargo company that provides proof of insurance and customs brokering for your goods when crossing the seas. This is a priority if you have items that need to be evaluated by customs prior to clearance. UK export to Australia is an opportunity that any exporter should look into.
Check out our other export guides:
Export Guide to Australia
Export Guide to Canada
Export Guide to China
Export Guide to Hong Kong
Export Guide to Japan
Export Guide to Saudi Arabia
Export Guide to Singapore
Export Guide to Switzerland
Export Guide to United Arab Emirates
Export Guide to USA