Direct shipping vs Intermediary companies
In the world of international trade, there are many aspects that importers should be aware of. Among these aspects, there is the correct understanding of legal procedures related to the shipment and import of goods. In this article, we will focus on understanding the difference between direct shipping and shipping via an intermediary company.
Understanding the legal procedures for importing goods:
Direct shipping: هذا هو الإجراء الأكثر شيوعاً والأكثر تقيداً بالقوانين. عندما يرسل العميل أموالاً إلى شركة في تركيا لشراء بضائع، وتقوم الشركة بشحن البضائع مباشرة إلى العميل عبر شركة شحن مثل DHL أو UPS أو Aramex، يعتبر العميل قد قام باستيراد البضائع من تركيا بشكل رسمي. هذا الإجراء القانوني يضمن للعميل أن يكون لديه الدعم القانوني والحماية في حالة حدوث أي مشاكل.
Shipping via an intermediary company: In some cases, the client may choose to rely on an intermediary shipping company. In this case, the client sends money to the company in Turkey, but instead of receiving the goods directly, the selling company ships the goods to an intermediate shipping company, which, in turn, imports the goods and recharges them to the client. Here, by law, the client considers that he purchased the goods from the intermediary company in Europe and not from Turkey. In some cases, this may expose the client to legal risks.
While shipping through intermediary companies may provide the customer with lower shipping costs at times, they can face potential legal problems.
Ultimately, it is up to the customer to make the optimal decision based on the correct understanding of local and international laws and regulations related to import and export. Therefore, we strongly advise clients to make sure that they fully understand the entire process before making any decision. If in doubt, they should seek advice from a legal adviser or a Customs consultant or you can contact us for further clarification of your information 00905449538214 WhatsApp