Ngpdla po ako ng box nung jan 13,,hanggang ngyn dpa nadeliver box k,,,ung name ng cargo dto s Cyprus CF cargo,,tpos pgdting s pinas RRG cargo ang name nya,,tumatawag ako s landline at number nla d cla ssumasagot,,kilala nyo po b yng cargo n yn,,sobrang tgal n ng box k.
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I could use the container once there as we plan to feed hungry kids in the province. On the other hand I think of the cost of a container and shipping it there, that money could buy a lot of furniture once we get there.
I want American standard stuff so I would like to have my furniture and stuff but then one starts figuring if its worth it versus the cost. Your container is definitely subject to inspection and customs duties and hassles.
The inspection could be just opening and peeking in or something more thorough. If you can take advantage of a customs exemption such as with the SRRV retirement visa, shipping your stuff can be a good alternative to selling all your stuff in the USA and buying all new in the Philippines.
Would like to share our experienced in shipping household stuffs from united states to Philippines. I been reading this thread for awhile,wants to get an idea of building a house in Philippines,we are still debating in our minds what to do to hire an engineer to do all the job.. I have decided not to bring a complete container from New Jersey to Iloilo. Rather I am entertaining going palletized.
I want to bring about 35 boxes. I will arrive on a tourist visa and do plan on marrying my fiancee as soon as possible. I am sure customs has dealt with this scenario in the past. What are my problems I can expect? Is this even legal? I would not innovate. For 35 boxes, ship via balikbayan box through Forex or Manila Forwarders or another reputable shipper. Then there is no duty and no hasssle, no weight limits. Shipping that many boxes you can haggle for a discount, free boxes.
Does your GFs father have a secure dry place to store the boxes? Santa Barbara is a great location. A friend and I shared a container. It went to Bohol because my friend already had a house there and we did not know where we would end up. Our friend made the shipping arrangement.
He used a moving company which provided door-to-door services. If all worked out OK in the end. Two reliable shippers are Manila Forwarders http: I have considered buying a shipping container to ship all my things to Cagayan de Oro from Ohio. I have lots of power tools, hand tools, automotive tools, as well as a full house of stuff and books.
Most use a container provided by the shipping company. I have heard lower prices. I wish we had shipped our own container with furniture and household goods. I am living in Ilocos Norte…about 90 kliks east of Laoag, I need to move a motorcycle down to Manila…do you know of any inexpernsive freigting methods?
Val just be carefull. I have traveled there for years and I am moving there. He is my expeirence. You can ask one person who seems like an expert. Then you get there and find the story is completly different. This is a country that is fighting almost every known terrorist group. I would strongly recomend you not try to bring them there. Does anyone have the name and number for the container shipping companies?
I will be moving from NYC to Manila. So my stuff would be shipped directly to a contact or friend of mine… Yes the parts are mostly a new and never been fired,a demiled guns,no licence recquired in usa to have a parts as long its not a guns..
You understand that such registration may have no applicability in the Philippines or anywhere else outside the U. They are large, flat rate cardboard boxes which are shipped by sea for the U. There is no limit on the weight of the packed box.
You can send the boxes to yourself in the Philippines before you leave the U. See if there is a Manila Forwarders or Forex World shipping agent near where you live. They will supply boxes. You talked about illegal stuff, I talk about legal and a registered items thats i want to transport them.. I was informed by philipines port authorities thats those gun parts items must be registered in order to send them there… What about tools,how to shipping them??
However I do know that the importation and ownership of guns and other dangerous devices is strictly regulated and should be approached with special caution by the foreigner. Hello, Is there anyway how to transport a gun parts or firearms parts to philipines?? I dont want to retaliate with my parts if i gonna leave usa…. Please provide more information on this topic particulary,i have a 3 models of gun parts an assault rifle,submachine gun and a basicly a post war ww walther p1 pistol parts… I know there must be a way how to bring those parts,all parts not have a reciever but they have a magazines set..
It probably necessary to filled up some aplications but thats not a problem,all parts not been used at all their condition mostly new or been just stored for long without shooting… What kind of papers must be signed when shipping those parts in container???? From areas like new york or new jersey to metro manila or quezon city??
And please explain a details conserning about recieving all items in philipines…. Thanks for your kind comments.
We have a lot in common. We live so close to Villa. We get our bottled water from Dulonan, shop at the Villa public market and I frequently hop a jeepney from Molo to Villa plaza for my morning walks. We have no medical insurance except for PhilHealth. In a few months Bob will turn 65 and so qualify for Medicare in the US. We are also on our own for prescription drugs. Of course, routine care is so affordable in Iloilo.
Even major surgery can be affordable here. The total cost was about P70, If she had been a foreigner it would have cost more but still affordable for most. Some foreigners do have US medical insurance which is accepted by a few hospitals here. Asian Hospital in Alabang Manila receives good reports in this regard.
I understand that it is part owned by the same group as Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok. Bumrungrad focuses on medical tourists. Winnipeg is home to 56, Filipinos, making them the third largest Filipino community in Canada by total population, however the largest by percentage 8. Winnipeg is home to the oldest Filipino community in Canada with Filipino immigration to Winnipeg beginning before Winnipeg was home to the largest Filipino community before the s.
About 1 out of 10 Filipinos in Canada call Winnipeg home. There are a lot of Filipino politicians that live in Winnipeg. There is also a radio station, CKJS , which broadcasts Filipino related news, music, lifestyle and much more. Winnipeg's Filipino population is largely concentrated in the West End and North End areas of the city.
Toronto, in the province of Ontario, is home to the largest Filipino contingency in Canada with over , living in Toronto and its suburbs. Toronto is the premier destination for Filipino immigrants and tourists with about 9, coming every year.
These areas within the City of Toronto house usually middle-upper, middle-middle, middle-lower and lower class Filipino Canadians. An increasing amount now tend to settle in the outer suburbs of Mississauga , Brampton , Markham , Richmond Hill , Pickering and Vaughan. Toronto is host to many Filipino events.
These community events attract upwards to , visitors in a weekend. These events go on almost every weekend from June to August. Mississauga , a city immediately west of Toronto and Canada 's sixth-largest city, is home to over , people of which 4. Filipino Canadians constitute the third largest Asian Canadian subgroup and fourth largest visible minority group.
Tagalog is the 7th most spoken language in the city. The growth of Mississauga's Filipino community is mostly due to its proximity to Toronto. Mississauga has many Filipino establishments and professional offices scattered throughout the city. There are several stores that specialize in Filipino goods and many Asian supermarkets carry Filipino products. The Philippine National Bank has an office in Mississauga. There are many professional offices, mainly dental and law offices.
Mississauga plays host to many Filipino cultural events. Filipino Canadians are the third largest Asian Canadian subgroup and fourth largest visible minority group in Scarborough. Filipino establishments and offices dot the Scarborough landscape with almost every mall and plaza with at least one Filipino establishment.
Most of these establishments double as a store with imported Filipino products. There are also many professional and medical offices around Scarborough. The main thoroughfare of Bathurst street is generally populated by Filipino residents.
In Clanton Park, the intersection of Bathurst Street and Wilson Avenue, site of a high concentration of Filipino businesses in the area. Due to their active presence, the area is unofficially called "Little Manila. Of the almost 20, residents of Flemingdon Park, about 2, are of Filipino descent. Like most high-rise communities in Toronto, Flemingdon Park witnessed the growth of their Filipino community during the s and 80s. For many years, the Filipino Chaplaincy of the Archdiocese of Toronto was housed at the church.
Mass was held every Sunday in Tagalog, Simbang Gabi masses were held every year and devotions to Sto. Most Filipinos living in Downtown Toronto live in the neighbourhoods of St. Compared to other parts of Toronto, Downtown Toronto has a small number of Filipino businesses. James Town and the surrounding neighbourhoods, there are a few businesses and offices scattered around the area.
Other towns and cities with significant Filipino communities include Liverpool , Manchester , Birmingham , Leeds and Barrow-in-Furness. This event, organised by The Philippine Centre a voluntary, non-governmental organisation and registered charity in the UK , has been going strong since It used to be a one-day event on a Sunday, but since , it was extended to two days covering the weekend of both Saturday and Sunday, in order to accommodate all those attending due to a huge boost in visitors and the ever-increasing number of Filipinos in the UK.
The Barrio Fiesta sa London is now in its 34th year as of Philippine-born residents comprise 5. Filipino food shops exist around Blacktown railway station. A Little Manila exists in the city of Seoul where many Filipinos work and live. Outside the church on the Hyehwa rotary before and after mass, there are many stalls selling various balikbayan goods from the Philippines as well as the United States and some stalls selling snacks and food.
Due to the close geographical location, Malaysia is home to one of the largest Filipino community in the world which estimate to be around , and , individuals. The Filipinos are mainly concentrated in the eastern shores in Sabah where the influence is evident, spurning ghettos in the state such as in Pulau Gaya. Another sizable community also resides in the Kuala Lumpur metropolitan region. The Filipinos in Malaysia are represented in all walks of life, beginning from the refugees from the south to professionals.
Mary's Church is the focal meeting point of the Filipino community. There are many cities in Saudi Arabia where Filipinos have made businesses. For example, in Al-Khobar, in the eastern province, Filipinos are the majority of the visitors in Al-Ramaniyah Mall where one will find the only Jollibee Restaurant in Eastern Province. There are several Philippine eateries or restaurants in the city.
There are also Filipino stores named "Kadiwa" where they sell Philippine products and vegetables such as kangkong and malunggay. Surrounded with shopping malls which caters to mainly Filipino customers, you will find everything Filipino from restaurants, groceries and goods from the Philippines.
There are three Jollibee Restaurants in Jeddah alone which makes it for Filipinos in Jeddah less likely to miss their comfort Filipino cuisines from home. Over , Filipinos consider Singapore as their home. A Little Manila exists at the Lucky Plaza , where there are numerous Filipino restaurants, remittance agencies, Filipino beauty salons, Filipino medical offices, and Filipino stores.
There are about 77, Filipino workers in Taiwan, with 53, of them working in the manufacturing sector and 22, people working as caregivers.
Shops and stalls that cater the needs of the Filipino expatriates were established near the Saint Christopher's Roman Catholic Church as most of the church goers are Filipinos or locals with Filipino lineage. Balut is also sold in this location in Taipei.
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