BGI Worldwide Logistics recently completed the shipping of some rather unusual oversized cargo – a giant Marilyn Monroe sculpture to be installed in a Marilyn Monroe-themed shopping mall.
After months of preparation and coordination with overseas agents, the sculpture successfully made it to Dalian despite copious amounts of bureaucracy at Chinese customs.
“The toolboxes were a challenge for Chinese customs; the boxes contained both non-consumables which would be returned after installation (power tools, hand tools, chains, straps, etc.) and consumables (sand-paper, latex gloves, paint, etc.) which wouldn’t. A lot of documentation and clarification was needed for Chinese customs to allow these items through,” said Charlie Turville.
The team’s patience and due diligence in the customs process ensured a successful outcome.
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