Customs in Indonesia
You will need a commercial invoice when shipping to Indonesia anything of that nature. You will also need a packing list and a bill of lading. There are other documents that may be needed, such as Plant Health Certificates, for specific items that you may want to ship. It is best to check with your shipping company to go over what forms you need for your particular shipment so that you can have them all in order and to avoid excessive delays in the Customs process. The Customs office will also determine the value of your shipment and assess a duty or fee if your shipment is valued at above a certain threshold (typically $100).
Who ships to Indonesia?
NEX, FedEx and UPS all ship to Indonesia, catering to the smaller to medium sized parcels that you may want to ship there. If you are looking to ship via ocean cargo freight liners, then you should look at Shipping International or Voovit might be the way to go, but be sure to check out PSS Removal especially if you are relocating and looking to ship home goods.
Transit times when shipping to Indonesia
The time it takes your package to get to Indonesia will vary based on where you are shipping it from and your mode of transit mainly. It will also depend on the shipping speed option that you choose from your shipping provider. Different companies offer different options for shipping such as overnight, express, etc. while some modes of transport, like ocean cargo freight liners will have far less options as their speed is not their strong point.
Preparing your shipment to Indonesia
Make sure you prepare your shipment properly before you ship it to Indonesia. This means you should follow the sizing and weight guidelines put forth by the shipping company you choose as well as package you items in a container that fits it well, with plenty of padding if applicable.