Delivering 2,752kgs of Urgent Spidercam Filming Equipment to the MCG
- 2,752kg of fragile equipment shipped via air freight.
- 25 Cases of cargo quickly delivered.
- Tight timeframe of only 6 days achieved.
- Swift Customs Clearance of temporary import.
Gravity Media required a quick turnaround for a Spidercam and its attachments to be delivered to Australia for the ICC T20 Mens’ Cricket World Cup. The goods needed to be moved from Mumbai, India to Melbourne within only 6 days.
The shipment required temporary import, meaning the goods would not attract duty or taxes, which was successfully managed by ICE.
After the Spidercam’s use in India for a previous cricket match, the goods needed to be shipped to Australia with urgency for the start of the Cricket World Cup. ICE worked with our overseas Indian partners to manage and co-ordinate all shipping documentation and customs requirements.
With the help our specialist customs team we were able to ensure the goods were imported as a temporary import. ICE managed the required security needed for goods totalling above the threshold amount of $50,000.
After reaching Melbourne airport, the goods were picked up and delivered to our Customs Bonded Warehouse in Melbourne. From here, final delivery to the MCG was coordinated to ensure cargo arrived for the first match.
ICE successfully and safely delivered all 25 cases of the Spidercam and its attachments to the MCG. Despite the time pressures, our team were able to co-ordinate all logistics movements to meet client expectations!