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#1
mych

Posted 01 April 2009 - 10:30 PM

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http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/984059

Supplier from China is sponsoring the 20"ft container and I have 2 units personal purchase.

This is a quick bulk. I actually bought 2 units for myself L1 and L8. Payment through TT.
Ms Raymond Zhang will be shipping my 2 units out to me by end of this week. 20 days sea shipment with container.

Please drop her e-mail: zhangruixian@hotmail.com

My rather empty container will be arriving at Butterworth port in Penang.
She is sponsoring China-Penang container cost for this first round
Still have space for 18 more.

Please review and let her know if you are interested.
Payment has to be made directly to her via TT.


http://greentecev.en...c_Bicycles.html


My L1
http://greentecev.en...s_Model_L1.html

My L8
http://greentecev.en...ic_Bike_L8.html

Added on April 1, 2009, 7:54 pmam looking for Volunteers to set up e-bike charging stations across Penang.. it will act as pit stop for e bikers to get fresh batt.. pls ping me if interested.. could be coffee shops etc..

Added on April 1, 2009, 8:20 pmNot many times supplier agree to sponsor container.. so grab this chance bro/sisters!

Added on April 1, 2009, 8:23 pmFor those in Penang we can go collect together.. I can help arrange additional transport if needed out of Penang if you buy any..

Added on April 1, 2009, 8:28 pmSHANDONG GREEN.TEC ELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
ADD: NORTHWESTERN TO AUCMA ROAD, YINAN, SHANDONG,CN, 276300
TEL:86-5393275998 FAX:86-5393275999

PROFORMA INVOICE
NO.&DATE: EV20090401A April. 01st,2009
ORIGINAL
PAGE:1/1
Contract No.: EV20090401A
B/L No.
For account of Messrs.: mych

Shipped per From QINGDAO To Pinang Malaysia
Marks
& Nos. Description of Goods GR.WT. NET WT. Quantity Unit Price Amount
N/M
Electric Bike L1 36v 250w
8ah battery


Total 25KGS 23KGS 1PC USD420
SAY: U.S.DOLLARS:FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY ONLY.

TERMS OF PAYMENT: 100% T/T in advance
DELIVERY TIME: WITH IN 10 DAYS ON THE RECEIPT OF THE PAYMENT
Payment info is as follows:
INTERMEDIARY BANK'S NAME:BANK OF NEW YORK,NEW YORK
SWIFT CODE:IRVTUS3N
BENEFICIARY'S BANKERS NAME:INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF CHINA,LINYI BRANCH
SWIFT CODE:ICBKCNBJSDG
BENEFICIARY'S NAME:SHANDONG GREEN.TEC ELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
BENEFICIARY'S ACCOUNT NO.:1610010109200001974
Beneficiary Address: NORTHWESTERN TO AUCMA ROAD,YINAN SHANDONG CHINA

Added on April 1, 2009, 8:31 pm

SHANDONG GREEN.TEC ELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
ADD: NORTHWESTERN TO AUCMA ROAD, YINAN, SHANDONG,CN, 276300
TEL:86-5393275998 FAX:86-5393275999

PROFORMA INVOICE
NO.&DATE: EV20090401B April. 01st,2009
ORIGINAL
PAGE:1/1
Contract No.: EV20090401B
B/L No.
For account of Messrs.: mych

Shipped per From QINGDAO To Pinang Malaysia
Marks
& Nos. Description of Goods GR.WT. NET WT. Quantity Unit Price Amount
N/M
Electric Bike L8 36v 250w
8ah battery
Total 25KGS 23KGS 1PC USD420
SAY: U.S.DOLLARS:FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY ONLY.

TERMS OF PAYMENT: 100% T/T in advance
DELIVERY TIME: WITH IN 10 DAYS ON THE RECEIPT OF THE PAYMENT
Payment info is as follows:
INTERMEDIARY BANK'S NAME:BANK OF NEW YORK,NEW YORK
SWIFT CODE:IRVTUS3N
BENEFICIARY'S BANKERS NAME:INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF CHINA,LINYI BRANCH
SWIFT CODE:ICBKCNBJSDG
BENEFICIARY'S NAME:SHANDONG GREEN.TEC ELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
BENEFICIARY'S ACCOUNT NO.:1610010109200001974
Beneficiary Address: NORTHWESTERN TO AUCMA ROAD,YINAN SHANDONG CHINA

Added on April 1, 2009, 8:34 pmI really hope you all can take advantage and order now... If qty over shoot 20 units.. I will need to negotiate with her for container sponsorship

Added on April 1, 2009, 8:52 pmI am returning Ms Raymond's kindness to sponsor the container charges by getting more orders.. without her help no way I can get one unit for USD420...

Added on April 1, 2009, 9:03 pmI have seriously checked pricing with many China based vendors RM2300++ to ship one unit to Penang.. I am getting mine with container freight sponsorship USD420x3.6=RM1512. Saving at least RM500 on freight cost..

Added on April 1, 2009, 9:08 pmeBay prices is even higher

http://shop.ebay.com...QQ_sopZ3QQ_scZ1

Mych

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Posted 02 April 2009 - 11:43 AM

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U may need a AP to import Motor car/bike..

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Posted 02 April 2009 - 02:02 PM

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QUOTE (ycfoo @ Apr 2 2009, 11:43 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
U may need a AP to import Motor car/bike..

Was about to ask the same thing?

Further more do you know the import duty of such item? and Sales Tax?

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Posted 12 April 2009 - 09:50 PM

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QUOTE (vr2turbo @ Apr 2 2009, 02:02 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Was about to ask the same thing?

Further more do you know the import duty of such item? and Sales Tax?

rdgs,


is a bicycle first and foremost Import duty should be less than RM100 each
"In terms of components manufactured it can be seen from Table I that all components with the exception of crank and chain wheel, hubs, pedal, and bell are manufactured by the ancillary firms. The ancillary firms do not market their own brands of bicycles. They merely manufacture bicycle components and sell them either to the two large manufacturers (hence the name "ancillary") or to the bicycle dealers for the replacement market. The tariff levied on imported bicycle (completed set) as at 1978 is M$60 per set. On imported component parts the tariff varies according to the parts-ranging from M$20.00 on one body frame to M$I.00 on parts of brake system. The tolal tax on all the parts (Ievied separately) for a bicycle amounts to M$74. The tariff schedule offers uniformly high protection on all components, e.g., M$20 for a body frame and M$15 for luggage carrier. Though in the short-run this may benefit the local bicycle manufacturers, in the long run it is unlikely to stimulate them to be export-oriented even in components in which the local firms have strong international comparative advantages in terms of factor endowment."

http://www.mobility-...onn/as_onn4.htm

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Posted 13 April 2009 - 06:03 PM

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QUOTE (mych @ Apr 12 2009, 09:50 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
is a bicycle first and foremost Import duty should be less than RM100 each
"In terms of components manufactured it can be seen from Table I that all components with the exception of crank and chain wheel, hubs, pedal, and bell are manufactured by the ancillary firms. The ancillary firms do not market their own brands of bicycles. They merely manufacture bicycle components and sell them either to the two large manufacturers (hence the name "ancillary") or to the bicycle dealers for the replacement market. The tariff levied on imported bicycle (completed set) as at 1978 is M$60 per set. On imported component parts the tariff varies according to the parts-ranging from M$20.00 on one body frame to M$I.00 on parts of brake system. The tolal tax on all the parts (Ievied separately) for a bicycle amounts to M$74. The tariff schedule offers uniformly high protection on all components, e.g., M$20 for a body frame and M$15 for luggage carrier. Though in the short-run this may benefit the local bicycle manufacturers, in the long run it is unlikely to stimulate them to be export-oriented even in components in which the local firms have strong international comparative advantages in terms of factor endowment."

http://www.mobility-...onn/as_onn4.htm

If you are sure of the tariff codes, then okay. If not check, with the classification officer or go for ruling.
This is because every customs officer classify differently, so this is just to be on the safe side...

rdgs,

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Posted 13 April 2009 - 07:46 PM

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QUOTE (vr2turbo @ Apr 13 2009, 06:03 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
If you are sure of the tariff codes, then okay. If not check, with the classification officer or go for ruling.
This is because every customs officer classify differently, so this is just to be on the safe side...

rdgs,


Is good to note anything at or below Rm500 would be import duty exempt
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Posted 14 April 2009 - 10:17 AM

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they may put it under transport w/ a motor (be it a fuel or bettery), then we may need a AP to get it into M'sia.

I think last time some one hv this small bike for sale (even not for road used) in Puchong, they also kena the APs problem.... stupid NAP!!

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Posted 14 April 2009 - 07:51 PM

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well is sad actually... Malaysia does not encourage innovation.. just look at china.. electric bicycles are so common today.. it all began as a small industry..
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Posted 13 May 2009 - 08:19 AM

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There are plenty of DIY videos on youtube for converting a motorcycle to an electric motor. The average project cost runs around $3000 usd though motorcycle included.

I'm sure you could build an electric bicycle for $500 usd + the bicycle.
What would you attempt to do, If you knew you couldn't fail?

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Posted 29 July 2009 - 12:16 PM

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I shall be visiting Penang between 2 and 15 August 2009. I use an electric bike at home in New Zealand and would like to be able to use one while I am in Penang.

I don't really want to buy one for such a short time. Does anyone know if it is possible to hire one? or borrow one? :-)

My email is don@esslemont.org, and I'll log in here when I get the chance.

Don