This form can be used in place of an original invoice in order to document the contents and value of the shipment, not to mention the details of the shipper and the recipient. Download the Invoice Form or the Short Form. You can also download the Word document.
This is another form required to open an account with IBC. It is an acknowledgment of IBC's Terms and Conditions (the same as those that appear on the back of preprinted IBC air waybills) and it must be signed and returned to IBC by customers before shipping.
This form is required when our Customs Brokers clear shipments entering the UK from outside the EC, which contain personal effects.
CREATE A SHIPMENT
IBC makes it easy to create your own shipping labels. All you need is an IBC account number and a printer.
Shipping within the United States? Click here to create a Domestic Shipping Label.
Sending your packages around the world starts right here. Click here to create an International Shipping Label.
Our friendly and knowledgeable customer service representatives are always happy to help. Contact a representative today if you need help creating a shipping label.
Order Shipping MaterialS
Tell us who you are and what you need, and IBC shipping materials are on the way. Click here to place your order today.
Standard Transit Times
Predict transit durations under normal conditions with this comprehensive guide. Click here to view IBC zone and transit times.
Most shipments are subject to an applicable fuel surcharge. Click here to view the current IBC Fuel Surcharges.
Find out if your shipment will incur an outlying city charge. Click here to view the list of outlying cities.
We are happy to help you with your shipment. Contact a representative today for further assistance.
Local Tax / Import Fees per HAWB:
Brazil: $1.50, Research Tax: $1.00
DIMENSIONAL WEIGHT CALCULATOR
Let us help you find out your package weights with this simple calculator.
Dimensional weight, also called "dim" weight, is used because the space a package takes on an aircraft may cost more than the package's actual weight. You should calculate dimensional weight for every shipment, compare that to its actual weight, and use the greater of the two to determine your shipping cost.