Parcel To Post will not entertain or accountable for any subsequent charges, fines and compensation which may be incurred if the declaration of items is deemed false, incomplete, dubious, or contradictory to the declaration made by sender prior to posting.
Please refer to the guidelines and always check the countries rules before sending your shipment.
|Class 3||Flammable liquids||
|Class 4||Flammable solids; substances liable to spontaneous combustion; substances which in contact with water, emits flammable gases||
|Class 5||Oxidizing substances and organic peroxides||
|Class 6||Toxic and infectious substances||
|Class 7||Radioactive material||
|Class 8||Corrosive substances||
|Class 9||Miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles, including environmentally hazardous substances||
Malaysian Civil Aviation Act 1969 No.66 &67,
Act 3 Malaysian Civil Aviation Act 1969
IMPORT DUTY AND TAXES
Importation of shipments may attract duties or taxes or both.
*For non-controlled and non-restricted items with a CIF value of below RM500, no duties and taxes will be imposed. This is referred to as a de minimis value.
Documents required by Malaysia’s customs clearance include:
VOLUMETRIC WEIGHT RATE
Volumetric weight or dimensional weight is a specific shipping measurement that determines the density of a package by incorporating both dimensions and weight. It is widely used in the logistics industry around the world to ascertain the density of a shipment when placed in a vehicle or storage area.
Volumetric weight is compared against the actual weight and the higher weight is used to calculate the actual cost.
- Dimensional weight calculation (cm): (Width X Length X Height) / 5000