Importing to Brazil - Help needed!

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saobento
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30 Jul 10 08:47:55 pm
Has anyone dealt with shipping merchandise to Brazil? Thanks!

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2 Aug 10 02:02:45 am
Hello saobento,

I have not personally imported anything to Brazil but I did find a couple of write-ups that might help you with your plans.

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Hope this helps. Please feel free to let us know if we you need help with anything else :)


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12 Aug 10 04:35:25 pm
Hi Saobento,

Could you provide more information regarding what your specific questions or concerns are regarding importing/shipping merchandise to Brazil? Are you wondering about shipping costs, methods or customs issues? Or are you trying to find suppliers who will ship to Brazil?

If you could be a bit more specific, that would help me know how to help you!

Thanks!

Erika


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12 Aug 10 10:57:00 pm
I am feeling 'unprepared' and intrepid' about the entire concept of shipping overseas. Basically, it is this. My wife and I want to open a small store in south Brazil. She is Brazilian and I American. Our needs and budget would be small. First, we thought about securing high end fashion merchandise, but those names are often mixed with other merchandise offered by wholesellers, etc. Then, we thought about drop-shipping smaller packages to my home in Louisiana, sorting through merchandise, repacking and sending via FedEx or 'some one else' to our home in Brazil. In doing so, FedEx takes care of customs, port taxes, etc. I think! Another idea would be to ship American equipment, for example a commercial espresso machine, to Brazil. This would be an addition to our small store. So, what's best? I guess more research is needed! Thanks!

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I am feeling 'unprepared' and intrepid' about the entire concept of shipping overseas. Basically, it is this. My wife and I want to open a small store in south Brazil. She is Brazilian and I American. Our needs and budget would be small. First, we thought about securing high end fashion merchandise, but those names are often mixed with other merchandise offered by wholesellers, etc. Then, we thought about drop-shipping smaller packages to my home in Louisiana, sorting through merchandise, repacking and sending via FedEx or 'some one else' to our home in Brazil. In doing so, FedEx takes care of customs, port taxes, etc. I think! Another idea would be to ship American equipment, for example a commercial espresso machine, to Brazil. This would be an addition to our small store. So, what's best? I guess more research is needed! Thanks!


Hi

From my experience, the best way is to ship by FEDEX to Brazil, and you must put the CNPJ or CPF on invoice. if no CNPJ/CPF on invoice, you are unable to get the customs clearance done

Benny


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10 Oct 10 09:10:00 pm
Thanks for your input and tip imzune :) I'm sure saobento and other members from Brazil will find this quite helpful.

Cheers!

PS - It would be great if you could upload a photo of you the next time you get the chance - Thanks!


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