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mags111



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Message Posted:
29/08/2009 09:30

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Does anyone know the best company to use to ship our car from UK to TRNC? And roughly how much it will cost?



Also whats the latest on Taxes to bring it in????



Olaytrans


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29/08/2009 10:57

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Dear Mags111



Please email me to the below address inorder for me to help you



Best Regards

Senay

shipping@olaytrans.com



Jo Valentine


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Hello Maggie

Please contact me with more details

Cheers

Jo Valentine

01302 729696

http://www.jamesvalentineremovals.co.uk



joandjelly


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29/08/2009 13:27

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Hi we shipped our car last year with Euromed on its own in a container from Felixstowe. We delivered the car ourselves and it cost 1000 including insurance. We had been quoted just under 600 a couple of months before but all prices shot up with the increase in the price of oil. Don't know if this means prices have now come down again. Ask for quotes that include clearing the car through Customs at Famagusta otherwise this will be an additional cost as it was for us.



cyprusairsoft



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Message Posted:
30/08/2009 13:55

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watch out for the import duty very high



my advice sell it buy one here



mags111



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31/08/2009 09:57

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The cost of the same car here is over double the price than in the UK. So we thought it was worth paying the tax to bring it over. I believe its 40% of the book price. If anyone knows any different please let me know.



zerochlor


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31/08/2009 14:32

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message 6



here you will find answers to some of your questions i think.



http://www.cyprus44.com/forums/15397.asp



minertor



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31/08/2009 14:53

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mags111. I shipped a 7 seater over two years ago via Olaytrans. It cost 1250. This was in it's own container. Much cheaper (about 50%) loaded not in container but I thought the extra cost worthwhile. I packed the car with everything I could get in, it was plated to carry 650+ kilos and I think it did. You have to list eveything in the car. Olaytrans helped me clear the docks and I had no import duty to pay on the load. After getting permission to import the car I paid 2500 import duty, the car was valued at about 6,000.

They're supposed to use mid range Glasses guide but mileage isn't taken into the equation.

I would recommend Olaytrans.



mags111



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31/08/2009 21:29

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Thanks everyone for all your help. I think its worth bringing the car over fronm the UK and I shall take your advice.



IvorBankloan



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02/09/2009 00:39

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I'm a partner in

http://www.intouchshipping.ae

contact Faisal, or Sameer who are in Dubai and tell them Mrs John put you onto them, they'll quote and arrange it if you like the quote.



IvorBankloan



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02/09/2009 21:38

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Sorry i gave you duff information

http://www.inship.ae is the correct web site

sammer@itship.ae iamd faisal@itship.ae ar the mail addresses



IvorBankloan



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03/09/2009 23:12

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Muppett me thats still wrong

http://www.itship.ae



steamerpoint


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04/09/2009 07:38

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Hi,i have used Dolphin movers for both my cars,they get here ok but after that your on your own with them...promised to contact me at least 10 times..never did..port costs are 160 now and handling to do the paperwork at the port is approx 180....make sure you know where the car was made as this adds approx 15% if its outside the EU...my pickup cost me an extra 2500 as it was made in Thailand..customs here have no mercy and are looking for every penny..good luck



emelshipping


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Message Posted:
07/10/2009 14:22

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Emel Shipping ltd Est 1982.



Call us on 0044 (0)208 802 1234 (Javit)



were happy to quote and answer any of your questions.



gargar


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21/10/2009 15:16

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Drop me a line at peter@bargateinternational.com for container rates for vehicles.



http://www.bargateinternational.com



wanderer


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21/10/2009 18:56

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Mags 111 just bought mine in a month ago used Euromed they run a car only RoRo ferry from Ipswich or Harwich depending on dock space straight to Famagusta 625 plus300 YTL for theTRNC agent and a very helpful Ibrahim who sorted customs in 60 minutes flat spot on TV and toaster in the boot just as I left it duty on TV paid



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