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Old 14th October 2020, 18:21   #1 (permalink)
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Importing to Turkey.

I am looking to import to Turkey aUsed 55 TV, excercise bike and personal clothes and files with paperwork. I a, giving all mt furniture to charity as I will not be able to sell it in time.

What are the rules for importing items to Turkey ?.......where can I fins the tax costs for importing......I have a Villa and have Turkish tax number. What else do I need.....

Please advise if some has gone through this before ?...
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Re: Importing to Turkey.

Your importer should give you all the information that you need. They should have good knowledge if they are importing regularly.
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We once took a 32'' tv in the largest suitcase we could buy. Packed well with clothes. For a large item. Think I would knock up a simple wooden frame pack well, put it all in a cardboard box from a cycle shop and pay for sports equipment on flight.
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Re: Importing to Turkey.

Some years ago after a short winter visit back to Britain, I brought out my old JVC Tv for my elderly Turkish mum-in-law.
I was flying THY from Manchester and I explained who the TV was for.
THY put FRAGİLE stickers on it, put it through on a different belt to the usual suitcases at no extra charge.
In Antalya, it was brought up to me by an airport luggage handler and placed on my trolly as I waited by the carousel for my case.
Off I went, nothing to declare, went through with not even a second glance. Hubby and I took it up to his mum's, she had a bit of a disc on her roof which claimed to be an aerial, plugged the TV in, tuned it in and made her day. Bless her! Both her and her son have sinced passed away but that TV served her well for about 15 years.

I've also brought a couple of wheelchairs out that were given to me by one of the Liverpool hospitals. Again THY. No charges, no problems and no damage.
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I brought my guitar over ,the night before, we rolled up a picture we wanted to take and put it in an artist's cardboard tube , put that inside the guitar case (which was rectangular and hard) and our daughter had bought us one of those fancy dressing table mirrors in 3 sections which folds out
That was in a polystyrene case which was cling filmed to the guitar case and I made 2 labels for each side of all this, "Fragile" in English and Turkish
It was weird seeing all the metal innards on an x ray machine which was at the fragile goods counter ...The only damage, a nasty small chunk out of the case
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A friends wife on our site wanted here rotary washing line. He stuck it in his long ski bag, came out as sports equipment to Bodrum in July!!
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Re: Importing to Turkey.

When we purchased our villa, 16 years ago, we carried loads of stuff over using our weight allowance even if somethings had to go through a different drop off point.
At that stage many things were just not available in Turkey. Mind you the only check at Dalaman was a guy sitting, having a smoke, on a white plastic garden chair at the departure door!
Now you can buy everything you need and you might find, unless you have a particular emotional attachment to some items, it's cheaper and less aggravation simply to buy new.
As an example, people used to bring bikes over, now there are specialised bike shops selling high quality bikes. When we first came over the only ladders I ever saw were DIY jobs, now any sort of aluminium ladders are available.
Possibly not the best example but I'm sure you get my drift.
Amazon sell in Turkey and there is a Turkish equivalent, begins with Bur but I can't remember it, I'm sure someone on here can tell us!
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