Used Car Shipping and Export to Uganda from UK through Mombasa

Car Exporters UK is a leading vehicle locating and shipping company. We source, locate and ship motorcycles, Cars, 4x4s, Vans, Trucks, Minibuses, Buses, Coaches, Tractors and Machinery (including engines and car parts). Our services include Sourcing, Purchasing, Transporting and Shipping new and used motor vehicles and machinery from all over the UK and exporting them to private and commercial clients in UGANDA through Mombasa or Dar Es Salaam.

In addition to sourcing, locating, purchasing and transporting cars to Uganda, we also prepare all documentation needed at the Port in Uganda on your behalf and arrange for inspections in order to comply with your local import regulations. We also offer guidance throughout the process and are able to assist with clearing of your motor vehicles or machinery from the port in Uganda right to your doorstep.
 
Car Shipping and Transportation to <strong>Uganda</strong>

CAR TRANSPORTATION - Price is £1 per mile (from any UK location to the Port)

We offer Car Transportation and Delivery Services to best suit your needs and requirements. We arrange for vehicles to be collected from your premises and delivered to the required port ready for shipping or at our storage facility pending a shipping date to Uganda. We have regular full and part load trailer that can collect your vehicles from the Car Dealer to the port of delivery in Mainland UK. Whether we are collecting a vehicle that we have sourced and purchased on your behalf or one that you have purchased yourself, the cars are fully insured when being driven or transported to our storage facilities or port on mainland UK ready for shipment to Uganda.

RORO Car Shipping to <strong>Uganda</strong>

RO-RO Car Shipping and Export to Uganda price is £750 (All-inclusive from UK to Mombasa or Dar Es Salaam)

Roll On/Roll Off (RoRo / Ro-Ro) Shipping is a method of sea shipping refers to vessels and vehicle carriers that are designed to carry wheeled cargo such as cars, trucks, trailer trucks, trailers or railroad vehicles that are driven on and off the ship on their own wheels. Many Cars to Uganda are shippied using this method as it is the most convenient and cost effective method of getting your Car to Uganda. This is in contrast to Lift On/Lift Off (LOLO or Lo-Lo) Shipping which refers to car carriers and vessels which use a crane to load and unload cargo.RORO vessels have built-in ramps which allow the cargo to be efficiently "Rolled On" and "Rolled Off" the vessel at the port.
 
Container Car Shipping to <strong>Uganda</strong>

CONTAINER - Shipping & export to Uganda price is £900 (All-inclusive from UK to Mombasa)

Container Shippingis a popular method for shipping high value vehicles and classic cars or for those who want to ship their cars as well as some of their personal items to Uganda. We collect your vehicle or you can deliver to one of our depots. Alternatively we can arrange to deliver the container to your address and unload the container to ground level to enable the loading of your car. Any extra space in the container, including the inside of the vehicle, may be used to store anything else you wish to send with your vehicle. You can choose the size of container you want to send your vehicle in, to Uganda. There are Private containers which are 20ft in size or 40ft. You can also opt to share a container with someone else sending their vehicle to Uganda. These are usually 40ft containers.

OUR OTHER SERVICES

Due to our network of hundreds of motor dealers across the UK we can guarantee you some of the cheapest motor vehicle prices in the country and our direct connections with some leading shipping lines/companies means that we are also able to guarantee you some very competitive shipping rates for cars, trucks, and machinery from the UK to the Ugandan Ports. If we source, supply or purchase vehicles on your behalf, then our quoted prices include domestic transfers/transportation, custom clearance in the UK, inspections fees, customs documentation, port movements to and from bonded area, boarding of carrier vessel, and marine Insurance.

VEHICLE SOURCING, LOCATING, PURCHASING, AND TRANSPORTING

We help you source, locate and purchase motorcycles, small cars, 4x4s, vans, trucks minibuses, buses, coaches, tractors and machinery (including engines and car parts) on your behalf from our network of hundreds of dealers across the United Kingdom and transport them to the UK shipping ports in preparation to be shipped to Uganda. The motor vehicles and machinery we source and supply to Uganda are handpicked and usually well above average condition. They are guaranteed true and conform to description on sales agreement. We only Source and supply Right Hand Vehicles available in the British Market. The Cars come with Service History, are certified to British Standards and are accompanied by Ministry of Transport (MOT) Certificate to this effect. The vehicles are HPI cleared before shipment (To ensure that they are not stolen Cars, Pre-Accident, have never been Flood Damaged and are not tied by any outstanding Finance Agreements) The Vehicles are also Valleted (Professionally cleaned to showroom condition) and are fully inspected by Engineers/Mechanics before shipment to Uganda.

MOTOR VEHICLES AND MACHINERY SHIPPING AND EXPORTING SERVICES

We arrange the shipping of your vehicles or machinery to the port of your choice in Uganda by Sea or Air shipping through the UK Ports of Southampton, Sheerness, Tilbury, Felixstowe and Liverpool Southampton, Immingham, Grangemouth, Harwich, Thamesport, & Hull. We can also arrange for custom clearance when the vehicle arrives in Uganda but for more information on this please see below.

AIR FREIGHT - CARS MACHINERY AND MOTORCYCLES

We also specialise in shipping vehicles by air. We have shipped hundreds of cars to locations around the world for various reasons including filming car commercials etc Destinations we ship to include Uganda. The main reason for shipping cars by Air include saving time or for extremely prestige and precious vehicles. We guide you through the entire process.

DOCUMENTATION

We collate and prepare all documentation needed in Uganda including inspection Documents, Log Books, Invoices, Bills of Lading, Marine Insurance Documents, Receipts and any other documents required for shipping to Uganda, and process these on your behalf.

SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE

We provide full support services by email, over the phone, or in person throughout the entire process of sourcing, locating and purchasing motorcycles, small cars, 4x4s, vans, trucks minibuses, buses, coaches, tractors and machinery and arranging for their export to Uganda.

CONTACT US

Please contact a member of our team by phone or email for Roll On Roll Off (RORO) or Container Shipping Rates to Uganda. We can also provide you with further information and guidance regarding exporting vehicles to Uganda and the entire process from obtaining it for you to delivering it to your doorstep in Uganda. In order to book, please call us on +448455 480 175 above or email us at sales@carexporters.co.uk

CAR IMPORT REQUIREMENTS IN Uganda

Importation of second hand motor vehicles - Duties and Taxes payable

Import duty at 25%, Excise duty at 20% and VAT at 16% are payable cumulatively and in that order. i.e,

* Import duty is 25% of the CuImportation of second hand motor vehicles - Duties and Taxes payable

Import duty at 25%, Excise duty at 20% and VAT at 16% are payable cumulatively and in that order. i.e,

* Import duty is 25% of the Customs value (CIF) of the vehicle i.e. 25% of (Invoice value + Insurance + Freight charges)

* Excise duty is 20% of (Customs Value + Import Duty)

* VAT is 16% of (Customs Value + Import Duty + Excise Duty)

* Further, an Import Declaration Fee (IDF) of 2.25% of the CIF is also charged subject to a minimum of Ksh. 5,000 payable in advance on application.

Clearance through Customs

To clear the vehicle through Uganda Customs, an importer will have to contract a licensed clearing agent to process their declaration in the Simba 2005 system.

The clearing agent will lodge an import entry in Simba 2005 system, pay the required duties and taxes and present all the relevant documentation for Customs to pass the entry.

* The documents required are: * Original Commercial Invoice. * Original Bill of Lading. * Import Declaration Form obtained from Customs. Authentic Original Logbook from country of origin.

KRA shall not accept a Certificate of Export issued by Dubai Police or any other authority as a substitute for a foreign log book.

If the logbook is in a foreign language, an English translation issued by the respective Embassy, High Commission or a consulate based here in Uganda, must be furnished to Customs to authenticate the foreign logbook.

* Cancellation of the foreign Logbook * Certificate of Inspection by Japan Auto Appraisal Institute (JAAI) * Any other document that may be required by Customs

Note: The vehicle must meet Uganda Bureau of Standards KS 1515:2000 – Code of Practice for Inspection of Road Vehicles.

The Standard spells out three major criteria for acceptance of vehicles of importation:

A. Age Limit

All road vehicles, which are more than eight years old from the year of manufacture, shall not be allowed for importation. Currently we are accepting cars manufactured in 2002 and after.

B. Left Hand Drive

All left hand drive vehicles are not allowed for registration unless they are for special purpose i.e. Ambulances, Fire Tenders and large construction vehicles imported for projects and to be eventually donated to the Ugandan Government.

C. Road Worthiness

All used vehicles imported into Uganda shall be inspected for Road Worthiness, safety and other requirements.

All imports of used motor vehicles including those belonging to returning residents, diplomats and or public servants must meet the above requirements.

Benefits accrued to returning residents when importing a motor vehicle

Returning resident: A person changing residence from a place outside Uganda to a place within Uganda where that person has been residing outside Uganda for a period of at least two years and has not resided in Uganda for a period(s) amounting in aggregate to ninety days or more within the two years immediately before this return to Uganda.

A returning resident may import one exempt motor vehicle "(excluding buses and minibuses of seating capacity of more than 13 passengers and load carrying capacity exceeding two tonnes)" Provided that:

i) the person has attained the age of eighteen years; and

ii) the vehicle was used by him outside Uganda for at least three hundred and sixty days (excluding the period of voyage in the case of shipment)

iii) the vehicle is owned and registered in his name and/or his spouse, and where the motor vehicle is purchased on hire purchase terms, the first instalment in respect thereof was paid and delivery taken at least three hundred and sixty days prior to importation.

Inspection of motor vehicles

All importers of used vehicles coming from the above mentioned countries including returning residents are required ensure that their vehicles are inspection by any of these companies and a certificate of roadworthiness issued before they are shipped.

Vehicles originating from countries other the above mentioned ones will be subject to local inspection at a fee provided that such vehicles are Right Hand Drive and not more than eight (8) years old from the year of first registration (the difference between this year and the year of manufacture should not be more than one year).

In addition to verifying the roadworthiness of vehicles in accordance with KS 1515:2000, the companies will also undertake verification of the odometer for tampering. Any discrepancies established between the regulatory/supporting documents e.g. export certificates, registration documents, de-registration documents, regulatory periodic inspection documents, auction sheets etc., and the actual odometer reading at the time of inspection, will constitute a failure and such vehicles will be issued with a Non- Conformity Report (NCR) in which case they shall not be allowed into Uganda.

Contact Address.

JEVIC UK LTD Building 46.1 Dunsfold Park Cranleigh Surrey GU6 8TB Tel: + (44)-1483-276900 Fax: +(44)-1483-331701/273250 E-mail: info@jevic.co.uk

CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Conformity assessment procedures shall be used to verify that used Motor Vehicles exported to Uganda are in compliance with the Uganda Standard before shipment from the supply country (Japan, Dubai, Singapore, United Kingdom and South Africa)

Critical parameters of KS 1515:2000 are:

* The Age Limit – This shall be less than 8 years from the year of first registration.

The difference between the date of manufacture and the date of first registration shall be not more than one year.

* The Drive – This shall be Right Hand Drive – (RHD).

* Road-worthiness. This shall be determined by compliance to requirements specified in the standard.

* Radioactive contamination inspection - To safeguard consumer safety it is imperative that all used vehicles imported from Japan and Dubai undergo an inspection to detect any radioactive contamination. Only vehicles whose level of contamination is within acceptable limits will be issued with a certificate of conformity.stoms value (CIF) of the vehicle i.e. 25% of (Invoice value + Insurance + Freight charges)

* Excise duty is 20% of (Customs Value + Import Duty)

* VAT is 16% of (Customs Value + Import Duty + Excise Duty)

* Further, an Import Declaration Fee (IDF) of 2.25% of the CIF is also charged subject to a minimum of Ksh. 5,000 payable in advance on application.

Clearance through Customs

To clear the vehicle through Uganda Customs, an importer will have to contract a licensed clearing agent to process their declaration in the Simba 2005 system.

The clearing agent will lodge an import entry in Simba 2005 system, pay the required duties and taxes and present all the relevant documentation for Customs to pass the entry.

* The documents required are: * Original Commercial Invoice. * Original Bill of Lading. * Import Declaration Form obtained from Customs. Authentic Original Logbook from country of origin.

KRA shall not accept a Certificate of Export issued by Dubai Police or any other authority as a substitute for a foreign log book.

If the logbook is in a foreign language, an English translation issued by the respective Embassy, High Commission or a consulate based here in Uganda, must be furnished to Customs to authenticate the foreign logbook.

* Cancellation of the foreign Logbook * Certificate of Inspection by Japan Auto Appraisal Institute (JAAI) * Any other document that may be required by Customs

Note: The vehicle must meet Uganda Bureau of Standards KS 1515:2000 – Code of Practice for Inspection of Road Vehicles.

The Standard spells out three major criteria for acceptance of vehicles of importation:

A. Age Limit

All road vehicles, which are more than eight years old from the year of manufacture, shall not be allowed for importation. Currently we are accepting cars manufactured in 2002 and after.

B. Left Hand Drive

All left hand drive vehicles are not allowed for registration unless they are for special purpose i.e. Ambulances, Fire Tenders and large construction vehicles imported for projects and to be eventually donated to the Ugandan Government.

C. Road Worthiness

All used vehicles imported into Uganda shall be inspected for Road Worthiness, safety and other requirements.

All imports of used motor vehicles including those belonging to returning residents, diplomats and or public servants must meet the above requirements.

Benefits accrued to returning residents when importing a motor vehicle

Returning resident: A person changing residence from a place outside Uganda to a place within Uganda where that person has been residing outside Uganda for a period of at least two years and has not resided in Uganda for a period(s) amounting in aggregate to ninety days or more within the two years immediately before this return to Uganda.

A returning resident may import one exempt motor vehicle "(excluding buses and minibuses of seating capacity of more than 13 passengers and load carrying capacity exceeding two tonnes)" Provided that:

i) the person has attained the age of eighteen years; and

ii) the vehicle was used by him outside Uganda for at least three hundred and sixty days (excluding the period of voyage in the case of shipment)

iii) the vehicle is owned and registered in his name and/or his spouse, and where the motor vehicle is purchased on hire purchase terms, the first instalment in respect thereof was paid and delivery taken at least three hundred and sixty days prior to importation.

Inspection of motor vehicles

All importers of used vehicles coming from the above mentioned countries including returning residents are required ensure that their vehicles are inspection by any of these companies and a certificate of roadworthiness issued before they are shipped.

Vehicles originating from countries other the above mentioned ones will be subject to local inspection at a fee provided that such vehicles are Right Hand Drive and not more than eight (8) years old from the year of first registration (the difference between this year and the year of manufacture should not be more than one year).

In addition to verifying the roadworthiness of vehicles in accordance with KS 1515:2000, the companies will also undertake verification of the odometer for tampering. Any discrepancies established between the regulatory/supporting documents e.g. export certificates, registration documents, de-registration documents, regulatory periodic inspection documents, auction sheets etc., and the actual odometer reading at the time of inspection, will constitute a failure and such vehicles will be issued with a Non- Conformity Report (NCR) in which case they shall not be allowed into Uganda.

Contact Address.

JEVIC UK LTD Building 46.1 Dunsfold Park Cranleigh Surrey GU6 8TB Tel: + (44)-1483-276900 Fax: +(44)-1483-331701/273250 E-mail: info@jevic.co.uk

CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Conformity assessment procedures shall be used to verify that used Motor Vehicles exported to Uganda are in compliance with the Uganda Standard before shipment from the supply country (Japan, Dubai, Singapore, United Kingdom and South Africa)

Critical parameters of KS 1515:2000 are:

* The Age Limit – This shall be less than 8 years from the year of first registration.

The difference between the date of manufacture and the date of first registration shall be not more than one year.

* The Drive – This shall be Right Hand Drive – (RHD).

* Road-worthiness. This shall be determined by compliance to requirements specified in the standard.

* Radioactive contamination inspection - To safeguard consumer safety it is imperative that all used vehicles imported from Japan and Dubai undergo an inspection to detect any radioactive contamination. Only vehicles whose level of contamination is within acceptable limits will be issued with a certificate of conformity.divneeksingh
The category is locked by the Administrator, please Click here to go back to the previous category level.
Sign in
Username
Password
Forgot your password? Remind