Doing Business in Mauritius

Doing Business in Mauritius

If you are looking to set up a business in Mauritius, learning about the island as well as its industries, and economics is vital. The island that borders Africa is seen by the continent as a role model for its capitalization on natural resources and innovation for its economic progress over the years. What was once a mono-crop economy relying solely on sugar cultivation and production, it has emerged into a diversified economy with innovation and services in various industries such as tourism, education, ICT, agri-business, and logistics to name a few. Mauritius has also secured itself as a platform for African investments and a global business hub. Doing business Mauritius puts you in the forefront as it is a regional player and part of a global parent network of the likes of  SADC, COMESA, IORA, and IOC to name a few. When doing business in Mauritius, you should be aware what it means to set up a business on the island. The island does not have many barriers to entry, and has a special counter at the Mauritius Board of Investments to assist any companies who are looking to set up shop on the island. The following are some items you should keep in mind to help you do business in Mauritius; Registration with the Companies Division. This can also be done online at the Corporate and Business Registration Department website. Getting your own office space through reliable real estate agents or via serviced offices are available for hire in focal business areas such as Port Louis. Often, depending on your type of business, establishing partnerships can enable...
The Future of Global Shipping to Mauritius

The Future of Global Shipping to Mauritius

When you look back in Nautical History, you know that the pioneers truly envisioned a united world. The advances in naval technologies have created a seamless world bringing countries and industry together in numerous ways. When uniting the world through advances in shipping and cargo handling, there are many ways in which business and efficiency can be revolutionised. Whether you look at the advancements in mechanical or digital means, the future of global shipping to Mauritius is expecting many new changes to take things to the next step.

The Importance of IncoTerms for Shipments to Mauritius

The Importance of IncoTerms for Shipments to Mauritius

What is IncoTerms ® you may ask? It stands for International Commercial Terms and is a defined set of commercial guidelines for international trade facilitation. Whether you are looking at global or local sales transactions, the use of IncoTerms is necessary, as it a standard in the logistics industry. Thus the importance of IncoTerms for shipments to Mauritius is a given, as it is to any country in the world.

Cargo Tips to Ship Goods to Mauritius

Cargo Tips to Ship Goods to Mauritius

Mauritius is becoming a key player in the Africa-Asia aviation and cargo in the commercial arena in the region. With its continuing improvements to the SSR International Airport in Plaine Magnien as well as to the Port Louis Harbour, the namesake capital, such as the BFSL’s Logistics Park and the Air Cargo & Freeport Zone. With these in the horizon, we expect to an increase in international shipments through the air cargo transhipment hub and through Mauritius’s main and only harbour at Port Louis! If you are planning on starting and business exporting goods to Mauritius or moving there from Australia, then these cargo tips to ship goods to Mauritius may be of use to you! Commercial Cargo to Mauritius If you establishing an import/export business whereby you will be required to ship commercial cargo to Mauritius, then being aware of the shipping regulations in Mauritius is important. You can choose between Full Container Load (FCL) and Less than Container Load (LCL) shipping based on your cargo and stocks in hand, or even air cargo  for your couriers and urgent goods. If you are looking to export goods from Australia to Mauritius, we advise you to take the following steps to avoid any delays or inconveniences. Register your business with the Corporate and Business Registration Department. Register with the Customs Department. Register with the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) for companies with a turnover over Rs 6 million. Moving from Australia to Mauritius One of the first things you need to do is find a reliable international freight forwarder, and not a domestic mover, so that you receive the proper...

Weekly Shiptments to Mauritius

Contact us to get more info on our weekly shipments to Mauritius. Whether you are looking for Commercial Cargo, Personal Effects Shipping, or Excess Luggage Shipping, we’ve got your covered. Contact us at Shipping to Mauritius to get an obligation free quick quote to move ahead!  ...