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Shipping cars to Zimbabwe

Driving your car from Walvis Bay (Namibia) to Zimbabwe via Zambia

In December 2013; the I wrote an article updating all our valued customers about the changes that were effected by Botswana government. The article was entitled: IMMEDIATE BAN ON UNREGISTERED VEHICLES PLYING BOTSWANA ROADS .

Since then; we have been contacted by numerous customers wishing to know if there is an alternative to going from Namibia to Zimbabwe without going through Botswana?
Yes; there is a alternative route.  The traditional route of driving cars  from Namibia to Zimbabwe through Plumtree is no more.

How To Buy A Used Car From The Guardian UK

We saw this and thought our customers and readers might be interested. It ties in with our article we posted here about avoiding being scammed when buying a used car from UK.


Source: Guardian UK

If You Are Buying A Car From UK Beware of Scams

The internet has surely transformed lives in Africa. With increasing ease of access to the internet through smart phones and tablets this has meant that the world is truly a global village. A person in Mutorashanga in Zimbabwe can browse UK's Auto Trader looking for a car to buy. Now with the availability of high definition pictures and video they can vividly see the car they want to buy. Heady with mental images of themselves driving that car and with numerous ways of communicating like email, Skype, WhatsApp, they can contact a seller of the car they like arrange to wire the money for the purchase of that car as well as paying for its shipping until it gets to Zimbabwe.

The Beira Corridor Offers An Alternative To Business Dependent On Time Critical Imports

The Beira Corridor is one of Southern Africa‚Äôs main transport routes. It is a road and rail network linking large parts of Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Mozambique to the port of Beira on the Indian Ocean.  For businesses reliant on imports operating in the above named countries, Beira Port in Mozambique offers an alternative route to business whose operations are time critical. Beira is just 4 hours drive from the Zimbabwean city of Mutare, which shortens the journey and the time a business has to wait for delivery of imported goods critical to their business.

Clearing cars at Plumtree Border Post Zimbabwe

Clearing cars in Zimbabwe; Car Transporters in Zimbabwe; Clearing agents in Zimbabwe; Clearing agents at Plumtree Border Post Zimbabwe

It is one thing to shipping cars to Zimbabwe,via Namibia. It is the most popular route at the moment. Popularity of Walvis Bay to Plumtree route is its relatively cheaper cost, depending how you look at it. 
However, there is a myth  that using a particular Border post will have an effect on the actual duty paid. There is nothing further away from the truth than this.Customs Duty payment  for importing cars into Zimbabwe is the same. Payment and processing of duty by Zimbabwe Revenue Authority is the same.

NOW THAT THE BAN IN ZIMBABWE IS OVER



car shipping to zimbabwe

Now that the dust has settled. It has now been clarified that the intended ban is no more. From the beginning the idea was not well thought. How on earth were the powers in Zimbabwe ever thinking of banning cars less than 5 years? How many of us in UK are driving cars that are less than five years? It was absurd to say the least. 
Now that the dust has settled, what next? Banning left hand drive cars in Zimbabwe is a good idea but statistically how many are there to warrant the effort they are putting to ban them?

Latest on shipping cars to Zimbabwe-26-09-11

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Its an ever changing scenario. Please read the link below for the latest position on banning car imports into Zimbabwe. If this article is to be believed, thenTHAT IS THE ENDof the story. Cars below 5 years will be effectively banned from entering Zimbabwe, from October 31, 2011.

Shipping cars from Walvis Bay to Plumtree



The situation may change but as you know, there is never a straight way of do the obvious thinks in Zimbabwe.

Importation of vehicles to Zimbabwe

SHIPPING  cars TO ZIMBABWEPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE NOT ABLE TO GIVE PARTICULAR VEHICLE SHIPPING COST PRICE THROUGH THE BLOG. USE OUR CONTACT FORM OR OUR QUOTE REQUEST FORM ON OUR WEBSITE 

Importation of motor vehicles into Zimbabwe is very straight forward. However; information on how to do this is not always easily available. Here at Savannah Freight Services-UK we will provide you with the required information. We are a UK based freight Forwarding company that is dedicated to serving the needs of Zimbabwe. Shipping cars to Zimbabwe is our business.

Shipping your car to Zimbabwe

SHIPPING  cars TO ZIMBABWE
This is that time of the year when people are making last minute frantic efforts to ship their cars to Zimbabwe. With t
he deadline of October 31, 2011 fast approaching, most people are not really clear with what is happening in Zimbabwe.
Sending  vehicles to Zimbabwe has become a bit complicated as most customers do not know what to do. Let me clarify
a bit. 
Shipping to Zimbabwe will become difficulty for people after 31 oCTOBER, 2011.The Government of Zimbabwe through  its TRANSPORT Minister Nicholas Goche, on 1 July 2011; announced an extension on the proposed ban of second hand cars into Zimbabwe.