P4D offer a discounted, fast and reliable air freight service to China. Based in the UK, we work with trusted, reputable international couriers to offer the best worldwide air freight networks to our customers. Get an instant quote today from P4D and we will deliver your consignment safely and efficiently to China.
China has strong air freight networks and P4D are committed to providing you with a stress-free service when sending your consignment. Whether you are sending air freight to Beijing or Chengdu, Guangzhou or Hong Kong, we offer excellent coverage of China, regardless of what you're looking to send, and whatever its size and weight.
After economic reforms were introduced in 1978 China's economy has been one of the fastest-growing in the world, and as a result it is the world's second-largest economy.
Five of the world's ten largest public companies are Chinese, so it is no wonder that air freight to and from the nation is so popular. In light of the drastic economic changes, China is also the world's largest exporter and second-largest importer of goods. As a result air freight networks are expansive and essential for the countries’ trade infrastructure.
With rapid national expansion in civil aviation, China’s largest airports have also joined the ranks of the busiest in the world. Since 2010, the Hong Kong International Airport and Shanghai Pudong International Airport have ranked first and third in air cargo tonnage. P4D are committed to eliminating all the effort associated with dealing with carriers, customs, paperwork, etc, however, we will have to work with you to meet certain requirements.
The most basic documents that are required to handle customs clearance of your cargo can include a Commercial Invoice / Pro Forma Invoice, a Packing List and a Certificate of Origin.
There are many other documents that can be required, but the above applies to most general shipments of goods that don’t require any additional certificates or special Chinese government approval. For specific information on items, we recommend getting in touch with the Chinese General Administration of Customs.