Recently, the Thai Customs issued the latest regulation that all the import and export of goods in Thailand, including all modes of transport including air and sea transport, require that the marks be remembered outside the cargo box.
It also requires that the shipping mark be consistent with the contents / information of the accompanying import and export document "SHIPPING MARK", otherwise, a fine of up to 50,000 baht will be incurred. The exact fines will be determined by the Thai Customs.
That is to say, the information of the shipping marks displayed outside your box must be consistent with the information in the invoice, packing list and FIPP's SHIPPING MARK in the documentary documents, so that the products can be shipped to Thailand without any problems. ——Yeslinkele.com