Why Forex Cargo services are more expensive than other Balikbayan Box Companies?

Why Forex Cargo services are more expensive than other Balikbayan Box Companies?

The simple answer is ,  “because we provide a better service than any of them. We go beyond our reach just to protect your packages, so that your love ones will get them as is, intact, no more or no less than what you sent them.  Our records speaks for itself.  We don’t only deliver your packages door to door, we also deliver your love to your relatives, Dahil Kailangang Makarating. ForexDKM

Do you accept boxes from other Balikbyan Box Companies or boxes that are not Forex?

Yes we accept boxes from any of our competitors and we also accept odd size or custom size boxes.

For odd/custom size boxes, we need to know the exact measurements (Length x Width x Height) in inches to determine the price. We would also need to know where you are sending it in the Philippines.

For more information, please call our Florida Main Office hotline at 904-458-SHIP  (904-458-7447).  We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.

You can also reach us anytime through Facebook, Google Plus and Twitter.

Items NOT Allowed in Balikbayan Boxes

The following items are not allowed in Balikbayan Boxes: (Updated July 15, 2017 based on the guidelines release by  dti.gov.ph)

  • Prohibited / Illegal Drugs and other substances
  • Firearms, Ammunitions, Explosives
  • Jewelries
  • Motor Vehicles
  • Motorbikes
  • Stolen goods
  • Flammable items
  • Very Fragile Items
  • Pornographic materials, gambling cards and toy guns
  • Currencies, Checks, Money Orders and Travel Checks
  • Pirated products, i.e. dvd, cd, tapes, etc
  • Items of Commercial Quantity
  • Plant seeds and plant materials and
  • Any food stuff that are not in cans, sealed packages or in bottles

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For more information, please call our Florida Main Office hotline at 904-458-SHIP  (904-458-7447).  We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.

You can also reach us anytime through Facebook, Google Plus and Twitter.

Items that are Allowed in Balikbayan Boxes

balikbayanboxAccording to the Philippine Customs you can send Non-commercial goods or goods not in commercial quantity strictly for personal use only, such as: wearing apparel, clothing, foodstuffs/grocery items/canned goods; the value of which must not exceed US$500.00. (customs.gov.ph…)

Here are some of the items that you can send to your love ones:

    • canned goods, cookies, chocolates, noodles, coffee, tea, coffee, instant coffee creamer, clothes, small electronics, souvenirs, kitchen wares, shoes to name a few.

 

 

For more inquiries, call our Florida Main Office hotline at 904-458-SHIP  (904-458-7447). 

What is a Balikbayan Box?

I’m sure the word Balikbayan and Balikbayan box are familiar to most if not all Filipinos, but for those unfamiliar with the word, Balikbayan translates to  “Homecoming” or “Returning

Balikbayan Boxes are packages that contains variety of items, these can be gifts, presents (pasalubong), personal effects, household goods such as kitchen ware, tools, clothes, linens, towels, chocolates, instant coffee, coffee creamer to mention a few. Balikbayan Boxes are sent by Filipinos residing or working abroad to their families or relatives in the Philippines to express their love and care through gift-giving.

For Forex Cargo Balikbayan Box are not just packages, for us inside that box are what we call “Pagmamahal” that we want our love ones in the Philippines to feel.

 

For more inquiries, call our Florida Main Office 904-458-SHIP  (904-458-7447). 

Port congestion seen to worsen during Papal visit

Posted at 01/07/2015 5:54 PM

MANILA – The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) said congestion at the Ports of Manila is expected to worsen with the arrival of Pope Francis on January 15.

PPA General Manager Juan Sta. Ana said that after the nine-day Christmas holiday break, yard utilization at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) of International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) and Manila South Harbor of Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) increased to 89 percent from 79 percent on December 24.

Sta. Ana said that based on estimates by the Port Congestion-Multisectoral Working Group (PC-MWG), yard utilization will climb by 3 percent a day during the 5-day Papal visit from January 15 to 19.

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