We understand that importing lighting can be a complex and stressful process. Whether you’re importing lamps and lighting for your home, business, commercial or outdoor purposes, you can rely upon our experience to have your goods processed through the border with ease.
Our experienced customs brokers will work with you and your supplier to ensure that your lighting imports are handled quickly and efficiently so that you can focus on what’s important – running your business.
With our comprehensive knowledge of import regulations and procedures, we will make sure that your lighting imports are processed smoothly and without delay. So if you’re looking for a hassle-free lighting import solution, contact us today. We’re here to help.
Why Choose Platinum® To Import Lighting?
Choosing the right freight management company is essential in ensuring a smooth and successful import process.
We have extensive experience in importing lighting fixtures from a variety of countries. We are familiar with the unique complexities of the lighting industry and can provide tailored solutions to meet your needs.
We offer a full range of import services, from liaising with your suppliers to logistics and customs clearance. We will handle every aspect of your import process so that you can focus on your business.
We are committed to providing the highest level of customer service. We understand that importing can be complex and stressful, so we will work with you every step of the way to ensure a smooth and successful process.
If you are looking for a reliable and experienced freight management company to handle your lighting imports, look no further than Platinum®. Contact us today to learn more about our services and to allow us to start on your next import shipment.
Types of Lighting That We Customs Clear
At Platinum® we can help you to import the following types of lighting:
- LED lights
- Indoor lamps
- Outdoor lamps
- Table lamps
- Bedside lamps
- Lamp shades
Importing floodlights is a great way to add extra lighting to your home or business. Floodlights can be used to illuminate dark areas, highlight features of your property or provide security lighting.
When choosing floodlights, it is important to consider the wattage, beam spread, and mounting options. Wattage will determine how bright the light is, while beam spread determines how wide the area of illumination will be. Mounting options include wall mounted, post mounted, and ground-mounted.
Wall-mounted floodlights are the most popular option, as they are easy to install and can be directed to shine light wherever it is needed. Post-mounted floodlights are also a popular choice, as they can be placed in a variety of locations and are not as visible as wall-mounted lights.
Ground-mounted floodlights are typically used for security lighting or in applications where height is not an issue.
Importing LED lights can be a great way to save money on lighting costs. LED’s are much more efficient than traditional incandescent bulbs as they use less electricity and last longer.
They also generate very little heat, so they’re safer to use and don’t add to your cooling costs in the summer; and because they don’t contain any toxic chemicals, they’re better for the environment. There are a few things to keep in mind when you’re importing LED lights though:
First, make sure that you buy from a reputable supplier. Second, be aware of import taxes. More than likely you will need to pay import GST when you import LED lights into Australia, so it’s important to factor that into the costing equation.
Importing indoor lamps can be a great way to add style and sophistication to any home. Indoor lamps come in a wide variety of styles, from sleek and modern to intricate and ornate. Before you start importing indoor lamps, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.
Ensure that the lamps you have selected are compatible with Australia’s electrical system. You should also make sure that the lamps have been packaged as best to protect the transit from your supplier’s premise to your premise. Indoor lamps are fragile items and minor damage can greatly reduce their value. There are also Australian Border Force and Quarantine requirements for importing goods into Australia; as experienced brokers, we can help you with your importing needs.
Importing outdoor lamps can add beauty and elegance to your front porch or backyard, and they can even help to increase the value of your home. When choosing outdoor lamps, it is important to consider the style of your home and the overall look you are trying to achieve.
You will also need to decide which type of lamp is right for you. There are several different types of outdoor lamps available on the market, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. Once you have decided which type of outdoor lamp is right for you, you will need to find a reputable supplier who can provide you with the outdoor lamp.
Contact Platinum® Freight Management Today!
When looking for a reliable and experienced freight management company to assist with your lighting import needs, contact Platinum® today.
We have over two decades of experience in the industry and can handle every aspect of your shipment, from shipping the lights from overseas to customs clearance and then delivery. Let us take the hassle out of importing lighting so that you can focus on what you do best – running your business.
Frequently Asked Questions About
Can I import lighting into Australia?
Most lighting products can be imported into Australia. The main issue surrounding lighting imports is the Quarantine concern of lighting products being made from plant or animal material.
What types of lighting cannot be brought into Australia?
If you are considering importing lighting products that are made from plant or animal material, please reach out to us before you purchase the goods.
What do you need to import lighting?
We will require all of the paperwork from your suppliers, such as a commercial invoice, packing list, shipping papers and any treatment certificates [if applicable] to show that the goods have been treated prior to shipping to Australia.