Packing and Shipping Instructions
Terms and Conditions

Indonesian Supplies Legal Team


  1. Packaging is the process of packaging goods using plastic, cardboard, wood, crates and other materials by the Vendor.
  2. Shipping is moving cargo by land, sea and air transportation.
  3. Packaging must meet international eligibility standards.
  4. For the delivery of dangerous goods (such as chemicals, explosives, etc.) must:
  • Meets UN standards;
  • Attach a material safety data sheet (MSDS);
  • Provide UN reference numbers.
  1. All packages must be marked according to the international standard ISO/R 780.
  2. Marking must be done clearly using ink or other that is resistant to normal weather conditions.
  3. The crate must be marked using metal or plywood or other marking material that is installed between the outside of the crate.
  4. For goods that do not require packaging, the marking must be done directly on the goods.
  5. Signs must be on EVERY package and must be visible, legible and waterproof.
  6. The marking in question must at least consist of:
  • Vendor name;
  • Weight of goods;
  • Dimensions (Length + height + width);
  • Carton number;
  • PBB number, if still valid (for cargo of dangerous goods).
  1. All wood packaging materials made from raw wood must comply with ISPM standards and comply with all the rules in these terms and conditions.
  2. All packages that use or do not use wooden packaging must be accompanied by complete packaging rules as stated in these terms and conditions.
  3. All packages that use wooden packaging must be accompanied by a valid fumigation certificate.
  4. Wooden pallets must be heat treated.
  5. Before making a shipment, the Buyer must pay attention to the following rules:
  • Contacting Vendors for shipping information;
  • Inquire about the number of crates, weight and dimensions per crate;
  1. Prior to delivery of goods, must mark all purchase order numbers on the road bill.
  2. Each item to be shipped must provide an item number and a description of the stock code which must be shown and recorded on the invoice and packing list.
  3. Total gross weight and total net weight in kilograms and dimensions in the metric system must be attached to the factors and packing list.
  4. Each packaging and shipment must include 3 original invoice documents and packing list.
  5. Each party should avoid entering the HS code (commodity harmonized) or tariff code in the invoice/packaging list.
  6. Each packaging and shipment must attach 1 original invoice and packing list document on the packaging.
  7. Consignee and address must be written in bill of lading, air way bill, invoice and complete packing list.
  8. Vendors and or Buyers are responsible independently if they violate these terms and conditions.
  9. Indonesian Supplies must be released from all legal claims resulting from the fault or negligence of the Vendor and or the Buyer.
  10. Indonesian Supplies has the right to take all necessary steps if the Vendor violates these terms and conditions, including to exercise the rights stipulated in the laws and regulations in force in Indonesia.
  11. Indonesian Supplies reserves the right to modify or make changes to these terms and conditions without the approval of the Vendor.

Version: 1.1

Last modification :17/12/2021