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AU

Beer, wine and spirits (liquor) to B2B and B2C.

Guidelines to shipping to Business (Licensees) Guidelines for shipping to individuals/consumers
We deliver to New South Wales, Victoria, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania. For more than 0.5% ethanol by volume liquor, labels must include:
We cannot deliver to Queensland and Northern Territories due • Alcohol content as a proportion of the liquor (in compliance with the measurement markings under National Trade Measurement Regulations 2009 Cth)
to certain communities’ local alcohol regulations. • Number of standard drinks per package
Import permit label on bottle must include: • Lot of identification
• Fluid measurement • Directions for use and storage if the nature of the liquor warrants such directions for health and safety reasons
• Trade commerce marking • Information must be in English, other languages may be in the label but must not contradict information in English
• Ingredients Exemptions of labeling requirements:
• Distribution in Australia • Wine bottled prior to 20, December 2002, with a shelf-life in over 12 months can be exempted as long as it complies with the requirements at the date of bottling.
• Manufacturer Delivery to New South Wales, Victoria, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania.
Do not include: We cannot deliver to Queensland and Northern Territories due
• “Low alcohol”, “non-alcoholic”, “non-intoxicating” to certain communities’ local alcohol regulations.
• Health or nutritional content claims, other than energy or carbohydrate content
Brandy, rum or whisky must be matured in wood for a minimum of two years before delivery from Customs control. A Maturation Certificate should be obtained.
Refer to AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS NOTICE NO. 2007/19
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AW

Beer, wine and spirits (liquor) to B2B and B2C.

Guidelines to shipping to Business (Licensees) Guidelines for shipping to individuals/consumers
No additional requirements for wine or beer shipments. For B2B liquor shipments the consignee must be registered in Aruba. Import duties will be determined by liters being imported. Government inspection may be required. No additional restrictions

 

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AR

Beer, wine and spirits (liquor) to B2B and B2C.

Guidelines to shipping to Business (Licensees) Guidelines for shipping to individuals/consumers
Wine shipments are subject to the following limitations: Same as Shipping to Businesses (Licensees).
• A maximum declared value of no more than USD 1,000
• A maximum weight no greater than 50 kilograms
• Each shipment must include the consignee’s Tax ID number
(CUIT/CUIL) to be released by customs
Beer and liquor: Same as wine shipments plus the following:
• A maximum of 3 bottles per shipment, per consignee and per day, through a specific regime, which can be used 5 times per year per consignee
• The consignee must have a Tax ID with a Security Level 3 or above. The consignee will have to confirm delivery within 30 days on the IRS webpage (www.afip.gob.ar)