Who ships to East Timor?
Swire Shipping, Anon and Shipping International all ship to the Democratic Republic of East Timor. International Movers and Home Shipping ship there too, specializing in people or companies wanting to relocated to this country. DHL, FedEx and UPS all ship there as well, focusing on smaller, more manageable parcels but they can handle larger items too. GEM, Perkins Shipping and Ascope Shipping also handle a fair amount of shipments there so are worth looking into when choosing who to help you.
Security concerns when shipping to East Timor
There has been some political unrest in East Timor in years past which have trickled into present day, giving pause to when you want to ship there. These outbursts have shown themselves in the way of terrorist attacks and political protests, both of which have done damage to infrastructure through the country causing damage to shipments and delays in the shipments that were undamaged. It is best to get some insurance out on any shipments you plan to ship there for these reasons and to talk to your shipping company about their plan of action if something does occur to your parcels while in their care.
Packaging when shipping to East Timor
Talk to your shipping company about their guidelines for packaging when shipping to the Democratic Republic of East Timor. They may even have packaging materials, such as boxes and packing tape, for you to use. You do have the option to package it yourself, of course, just be sure to pack whatever it is securely so that it remains safe during transit.
Required documents when shipping to East Timor
You will need a Bill of Lading and a Certificate of Origin when shipping to the Democratic Republic of East Timor, as well as the original commercial invoice, if applicable. The Customs department may require more paperwork depending on what you are shipping too.