Why choose JHDPCB?

  • Real PCB and PCBA manufacturers;
  • Meet industry certification and production standards;
  • 99.48% delivery on time;
  • 10+ years of industry experience;
  • 150+ experienced R&D team;
  • 3000+ orders/day;

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Transport Delivery

JHDPCB has shipped to more than 120 countries,we can provide you with flexible transportation methods. After production and testing, your PCB order will be sent to our shipping department immediately . The JHDPCB shipping department will quickly ship your PCB without any pending processing. The time frame for order delivery is divided into two parts:

Build time: Since the PCB is a customized product, the specific production time can only be given after reviewing the design documents. But you can check Our Standard Build Time for reference.
Transportation time: Depending on the transportation method, the weight of the goods, and the destination country. Follows are some Standard Shipping Times for your reference.

  • DHL—International Express 3-7 working days
  • UPS Worldwide Saver—3-7 working days
  • TNT—It takes 4-9 working days 
  • FedEx— 4-7 working days
  • EMS—It usually takes 8-15 working days to ship packages to most addresses in the world.
  • By Air—It takes 4-9 business days to deliver the goods to the customer.
  • By Sea—If some orders are not in a hurry, and the gross weight exceeds 800KG, shipping by sea is a good choice. It usually takes 30-50 working days to arrive at the destination port. 

Notice:The delivery time given is only an approximation based on statistical analysis. It can be extended under special circumstances. We cannot guarantee on-time delivery, but we will do our best to ensure the on-time delivery date of our orders.

Most international shipments will happen additional costs in the form of duties and taxes. These costs are your responsibility and are related to the country where you are importing. These costs do not include shipping costs, and JHDPCB cannot estimate or calculate these costs.Detail you can check with your local Custom.

How To Ship the Goods?

The transportation department of JHDPCB will confirm the invoice and packing list with the customer. After approval, we will proceed to the next step according to the transportation method selected by the customer.

1)  By Courier, JHDPCB will set up the shipment information on the express company website, then the staff of the courier company will collect the package from JHDPCB and send it to you. Our colleague will update the tracking number to the customer and let the customer know the shipping status.

2) By Air, we will contact our or your air freight agent, and after confirming the freight with the customer, the agent will come to our warehouse to pick up the goods to the airport and deliver them to the destination airport safely.

3)By Sea, we will contact our or your shipping forwarder, and after confirming the sea freight and local cost with the customer, the agent will arrange to our warehouse to load the goods and finally on board.

Shipping Package:

To avoid shipping damage, we will use different packaging materials to package our PCBs step by step.

  • First, PCB orders will be packaged in vacuum bubble bags.
  • Secondly, after vacuum packaging, it will be packed in our special carton and protected with foam. We have designed several special cartons of different sizes to pack and ship PCB orders.
  • Finally, the carton will be wrapped in straps. If by sea, we will pack the cartons with plastic pallets and wrap it with plastic film.

Incoterms Summary:

Incoterms formulated by the International Chamber of Commerce are accepted by governments and legal institutions around the world. Incoterms are pre-defined commercial terms designed to clarify and remove uncertainty arising from the interpretation of country-specific rules and laws. JHDPCB summarize the 11 most common types today in the table below and further provide the 5 most common Incoterms and more descriptions of our most commonly used Incoterms.

Warehouse StorageSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSeller
Warehouse LaborSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSeller
Export PackingSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSeller
Loading ChargesBuyerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSeller
Inland FreightBuyerBuyerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSeller
Terminal ChargesBuyerBuyerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSeller
Loading On VesselBuyerBuyerBuyerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSeller
Forwarder’s FeesBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSeller
Ocean/Air FreightBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSellerSeller
Charges On Arrival At Dest.BuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerSellerSellerBuyerSellerSeller
Duty, Taxes & CustomsBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerSeller
Delivery To DestinationBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerBuyerSellerSeller

“Ex-works” means that the seller places the goods on the seller’s premises or other designated locations (ie factories, warehouses, etc.), and the buyer arranges for the goods to be loaded at the location, and the buyer arranges customs clearance for export.
Therefore, this term represents the seller’s minimum obligation, and the buyer must bear all costs and risks involved in pickup from the seller’s premises and thereafter.

“Free Carrier” means that the seller clears the goods and delivers them to the carrier designated by the buyer at the designated place. It should be noted that the selected delivery location has an impact on the safety of loading and unloading goods.

The seller is not responsible for unloading in the event of any accident in delivery. The term can be used regardless of the mode of transport, including multimodal transport.

“Free on board” means the seller is responsible for transportation of the goods to the port of shipment and the cost of loading. The buyer (consignee) pays the costs of ocean freight, insurance, unloading, and transportation from the arrival port to the final destination. The seller passes the risk to the buyer when the goods are loaded at the originating port.

FOB terms require the seller to clear the goods for export. This item can only be used for sea or inland waterway transportation. If the parties do not intend to deliver the goods over the ship’s rail, the FCA term should be used.

“Cost, Insurance and Freight” means delivery by the seller when the goods are shipped over the ship’s rail. The seller must pay the cost and freight required to deliver the goods to the named port of destination.

The risk of loss of or damage to the goods, and any additional costs arising from any event occurring after delivery, passes from the seller to the buyer.

“Delivered Duty Paid” means that the seller delivers the goods to the buyer, cleared for import, and not unloaded from any arriving means of transport at the named place of destination.

The seller has to bear all the costs and risks involved in bringing the goods thereto including, where applicable, and “duty” ( which term includes the responsibility for and the risks of the carrying out of custom formalities and the payment of formalities, custom duties, taxes and other charges) for import in the country of destination.