Oxygen Supply for India

How To Send Oxygen To India

As India continues to report over a hundred thousand cases daily, the demand for life-saving portable oxygen concentrators in India continues to surge.

While many people from different countries rally to crowdfund and ship these oxygen concentrators to India, many barriers to shipping still exist. Firstly, import charges into India are very high. Secondly, India customs requires more personal documentation on the receiver’s end in order to complete the entire shipping process. If the information is not provided as requested, packages may be returned or disposed of at the customs.

Amidst this pandemic, we understand the struggles and worries that many are experiencing. Justship recognizes the urgency and importance to ship oxygen concentrator to India from Singapore and we are ready to work them out with you.

Please refer to the instructions and documents required by Singapore Customs below:

Paperwork from Shipper (the items here are prepared by JustShip so you don’t have to prepare anything here if you ship with us) Paperwork from Importer (items here need to be prepared by the receiver of the shipment in India. FedEx will contact the receiver for the information)

  1. Valid Invoice
  2. Packing List
  3. Airway Bill
  4. Shipper’s Declaration Form
  5. Shipment consisting medical device may require NOC (No Objection Certificate) from Drug controller
  6. Any other document such as Value evidence, technical write etc. if requested by customs

Duties and Taxes:

  • India typically charged 22% on top of shipment cost for duties, and 28% on top of shipment cost for taxes
  • As of 28 April, oxygen concentrators are exempted from duties
  • As of 3 May, oxygen contractors are exempted from taxes if they are imported “free of cost” for free distribution. This means if it is being donated to the government or recognized relief agencies, taxes are exempt, valid till August 31.
  • If your items are going to be sold in India, then you still have to pay taxes. The amount depends on whether you ship as an individual importer or an institution
  • Filed as Individual importer, taxes are charged at 28%
  • Filed as an institution, taxes are charged at 12%

Please refer to the instructions and documents required for India Customs below:

Express (Courier clearance) – Weight Per piece should not exceed 70 Kgs for X-Ray purpose.

Shipper (the items here are prepared by JustShip so you don’t have to prepare anything here if you ship with us)

  1. Airway Bill Copy
  2. Commercial Invoice
  3. Packing List
  4. Shipper’s Declaration Form

Importer (items here need to be prepared by the receiver of the shipment in India. FedEx will contact the receiver for the information)

  1. KYC Form filled, signed & stamped
  2. IEC (Import Export Code)
  3. PAN Card
  4. GST Certificate
  5. Authorization Letter
  6. GATT declaration

If you are looking for a hassle-free experience for oxygen concentrator international shipping, JustShip would love to help. We successfully shipped out a batch of oxygen concentrators recently, see sg oxygen concentrator for the exact model. We also offer shipping services at a price typically reserved for very large firms. This means you can get the premium service of FedEx International Priority, at about half the price of FedEx and its competitors like DHL and SingPost.

On top of that, we are extending a 10% discount on shipping oxygen concentrators to play our part in helping victims of the pandemic in India. Fill up our shipment form now to receive your free pick-up and 10% discounted shipping for oxygen concentrators to India.

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