Make shipping from Northern Ireland to Singapore a breeze with M&P International Freights. We are here to simplify the process and ensure a fuss-free experience for you.
Get all the essential details about shipping options, pricing, and delivery solutions below.
Get a Quote for Shipping from Northern Ireland to Singapore
Discover the convenience of choosing M&P International Freights and enjoy affordable rates when sending packages from Northern Ireland to Singapore. Use our shipping calculator below to receive an estimate for items weighing 30kg or less:
*Chargeable weight is based on volumetric weight or actual weight (whichever is greater)
Cost of Shipping from Northern Ireland to Malaysia
Parcels shipped from Northern Ireland to Malaysia will transit at Singapore en route to their final destination.
These are the additional charges for shipping to Malaysia:
- 1 box and above (less than a pallet load): + $200
- 1 pallet load: Air freight cost + $250 per pallet
Kindly note that the quote provided is an estimate only. To obtain a precise quote for your shipment, reach out to us today!
Duration of Shipping from Northern Ireland to Singapore
If you are sending goods from Northern Ireland to Singapore, the predominant shipping modes are air freight and sea freight. The specific mode you choose will determine the time it takes for your goods to reach their destination.
When shipping goods from Northern Ireland to Singapore, air freight is a widely preferred method. This option typically involves a delivery duration of approximately 2 to 7 days. However, factors such as cargo size and the precise origin and destination points can affect the total shipping duration.
While air freight boasts faster transit times, it is generally associated with higher expenses compared to sea freight.
Sea freight provides a budget-friendly solution for shipping goods. While it may take longer, with an approximate duration of 2 to 4 weeks, sea freight offers significant cost savings compared to air freight.
If you have a small shipment, LCL (Less than Container Load) shipping is an ideal choice as it allows you to pay only for the space you need. Conversely, FCL (Full Container Load) is a great option if you can fill an entire container with your cargo.
Why Choose M&P International Freights?
M&P International Freights offers cost-effective solutions without compromising on the quality of service. We believe in transparency, and our upfront pricing ensures that there are no hidden charges along the way.
Our team of freight experts will ensure that you have a hassle-free shipping experience. Whether you have any queries or concerns, rest assured that our team will guide you along your shipping journey.
When I found out about M&P, I called their hotline and immediately Joreen attended to my request and gave me a quote within the same day.
Subsequently, Joreen and Shirley assisted to monitor my shipment and provided timely update.
I am very pleased with the service provided. It was reliable and the rate was also very competitive. Thank you 😊
We have been working with Bryan for our past few shipments, he is always so ready to help us. Thank you so much Bryan! :)
Great service experience with Krist ! Very patient when explaining..
FAQs About Shipping from Northern Ireland to Singapore
How much does it cost to ship from Northern Ireland to Singapore?
The shipping cost from Northern Ireland to Singapore can vary based on different factors:
- Final weight and dimensions of goods shipped
- Any additional services requested (e.g. warehousing, cargo insurance, freight packing)
- Fluctuations in fuel prices
- Shipping of dangerous goods
Take the first step towards making your shipment a reality by contacting us today and requesting a free quote!
What taxes and duties are there for export from Northern Ireland?
The specific charges involved in exporting goods from Northern Ireland can vary depending on factors like the product category, its value, and the destination country.
Engaging a reliable freight forwarder can be helpful as they can offer valuable advice regarding the relevant taxes and duties to be paid.
What are some prohibited and restricted goods for import into Singapore?
Some examples of prohibited/restricted goods for import into Singapore include:
- Weapons and ammunition
- Marijuana, including marijuana intended for medicinal use
- Counterfeit goods
- Ivory and endangered animals
What are some prohibited and restricted goods for import into Malaysia?
Some examples of prohibited/restricted goods for import into Malaysia are:
- Pornographic materials
- Illicit drugs
- Poisonous chemicals
- Politically sensitive materials (including any cloth bearing imprints of Quranic verses)
- Counterfeit currencies
Do I need to pay taxes when importing goods into Singapore?
Duties are imposed on goods imported into Singapore based on a standard rate, equivalent to 20% of the customs value of the goods. However, there are specific rates for these categories:
- Intoxicating liquors
- Tobacco products
- Motor vehicles
- Petroleum products and biodiesel blends
Additionally, both non-dutiable and dutiable goods imported into Singapore are subject to taxes.
- Non-dutiable goods: For non-dutiable goods, the tax is calculated as 8% of the customs value or the Last Selling Price (LSP).
- Dutiable goods: Dutiable goods attract a tax calculated as 8% of either the customs value or the Last Selling Price (LSP), plus the duties payable.
Do I need to pay taxes when importing goods into Malaysia?
When importing goods into Malaysia, you may be subject to import duties. While the average import duty rate is about 6%, the final rate may range from 0% to 50%. Goods that are exempted from duties include electronic products and personal hygiene items.
The amount of tax and duties payable on imported goods will depend on various factors such as the nature and value of the goods, and their origin.
Malaysia also charges a 10% sales tax on Low-Value Goods (LVG), which are goods that are priced less than RM500. These goods are sold online and delivered from other countries around the world to customers in Malaysia (including duty-free islands Labuan, Langkawi, Tioman and Pangkor and special areas like free trade zones) by land, air, or sea.