Security concerns when shipping to Cambodia
There is quite a bit to be concerned about pertaining to security of your shipments when thinking of sending something to Cambodia. The political structure there is considered newly stable, meaning that there have been violent outbursts in the past. These violent happenings have targeted all sorts of people and facilities including foreign packages being shipped into the country and the companies that move them about. It is wise to check with your State department before shipping anything to Cambodia for an up to date report on their security threats so you know what to expect. Additionally, it would be wise to get some insurance on your goods that you are sending there so that you can be reimbursed if your parcels become damaged at any time in transit.
Required documents when shipping to Cambodia
The documents that you need to have with your shipment when sending something to Cambodia may vary a bit based on what exactly you are trying to ship. As a rule of thumb, you are going to need a Bill of Lading and a Certificate of Origin at a minimum. You should also have the original commercial invoice in your package, if applicable. Your shipping company will be able to let you know about additional paperwork that you should have filed based on your specific items that you wish to ship.
Shipping limitations to Cambodia
Currently you are not allowed to ship log or timber materials from Liberia to Cambodia under any circumstances. You are also prohibited from shipping poisons, tobacco, acids, corrosives, gases, or any perfumes there as well. Please note that the list of prohibited items currently contains about two dozens items, but it is subject to change without any notice so it is best to check it before you ship anything in question there.