Popularize Hot: Lamp  LED  STRING  cup  light  printing  World  the  Garbage  Glasses 

How many customs clearance regulations do you know?

   Release date: 2019-12-03     Hits: 175     Comment: 0    
Note: How many customs clearance regulations do you know?Here are the details:13 --- ArgentinaArgentina's law stipulates t

How many customs clearance regulations do you know?

Here are the details:

13 --- Argentina

Argentina's law stipulates that the consignee must declare the lost B / L to the customs. With the consent of the customs, the shipping company or the shipping company shall issue another set of B / L on behalf of the shipping company. At the same time, a statement shall be submitted to the relevant authority to confirm that the original B / L is invalid.

14--- Chile

Telex B / L is not acceptable in Chile. Wood packing should be fumigated.

15 --- Panama

Do not accept telerelease B / L, fumigate wood package, and provide packing list and invoice;

Goods transferred to Panama via color freezone (Cologne Free Trade Zone) must be stackable and forklift capable, and the weight of a single piece cannot exceed 2000kgs.

16 - Colombia

The bill of lading must show the freight amount (only USD or Euro can be used).

17--- Egypt

① for the goods exported to Egypt, the commodity inspection bureau shall carry out pre shipment inspection and supervision.

(2) whether or not the commodity inspection is required by law, the customer is required to provide a certificate replacement voucher or voucher, a formal inspection application letter of authorization, packing list, invoice and contract.

③ go to the commodity inspection bureau to apply for the customs clearance form (for the statutory commodity inspection, the customs clearance form can be obtained in advance), and then make an appointment with the commodity inspection personnel of the commodity inspection bureau to supervise the loading in the warehouse at a specific time. (to make an appointment a few days in advance, you need to consult the local Commodity Inspection Bureau)

④ after the Commodity Inspection Bureau personnel arrive at the warehouse, they will take photos of the empty boxes first, and then check the number of boxes for each ticket of goods, check one ticket for packing, and take photos of one ticket, until all are loaded, and then change the customs clearance form at the commodity inspection Bureau, and then they can arrange the customs declaration.

⑤ about 5 working days after customs clearance, go to the commodity inspection bureau to collect the customs clearance at the port of destination for pre shipment inspection and verification, and foreign customers can handle customs clearance at the port of destination with this certificate.

⑥ for all goods exported to Egypt, the corresponding documents (certificate of origin and invoice) must be certified by the Embassy of Egypt in China. The sealed documents and pre shipment inspection and verification can only be cleared and picked up at the destination port of Egypt. The approval of the Embassy can be carried out after the declaration or after the determination of export data.

⑦ the certification of Egyptian embassy is about 3-7 working days, and the pre shipment inspection is about 5 working days. Other customs declaration and commodity inspection can be consulted with local authorities. When market personnel talk about customers, they must set aside their own safety time to operate accordingly.

18 - Tanzania

The port authority of Tanzania stipulates that all goods transported to Dar Es Salaam port to Tanzania or to other countries such as Zambia, Zaire, Rwanda and Burundi should be marked with different colors on the package for classification. Otherwise, the ship will collect the classification fee of the goods.

19 --- Djibouti

For goods transshipped at Djibouti port, the final destination port shall be clearly indicated on all documents and packing marks, such as with transport-element tohoeidah. However, it must be noted that the above contents cannot be filled in the column of the destination port of the bill of lading, but can only be indicated on the head or other blank parts of the bill of lading, otherwise, the customs will be regarded as the goods of Djibouti port, and the consignee shall pay the import duty Let it go.

20 --- Kenya

Kenya government stipulates that all goods exported to Kenya shall be insured by Kenya's insurance company, and CIF terms are not acceptable.

Kenya Standards Bureau (kebs) started to implement the pre export standards compliance verification plan (PVOC) on September 29, 2005. Therefore, since 2005, PVOC has been used as a pre shipment verification method. The products in the PVOC catalog must obtain conformity (COC) before shipment. COC is a mandatory customs clearance document in Kenya. Without this certificate, the goods will be refused entry after arriving at Kenya port.

21 - Cote d'Ivoire

Abidjan customs regulations:

① the name of the goods listed in the bill of lading and the manifest shall be specific and detailed, and cannot be replaced by the goods. If the above provisions are not complied with, the customs fines incurred by the carrier for this purpose shall be borne by the shipper.

(2) for the goods passing through Abidjan to Mali, Burkina Faso and other inland countries, the bill of lading, shipping documents and cargo transport packages shall be marked with "transit of Cote d'Ivoire" in order to be duty-free, otherwise additional tax shall be levied.

22 --- Nigeria

In order to prevent illegal merchants from arbitrage, Nigeria's central management department stipulates that all imported goods must pass the inspection of the branch agency of Swiss general notary branch before they are sent out and obtain "clear Reportof funds", and the consignee can only clear the customs and take delivery of the goods.

23 --- Australia

The Australian port authority stipulates that when the goods are imported in wooden cases, their timber shall be fumigated and the fumigation certificate shall be sent to the consignee. If there is no wood fumigation certificate, the wooden case will be demolished and burned, and the cost of replacing the packing will be borne by the consignor.

24 --- New Zealand

The port authority of New Zealand stipulates that the wooden structure of the container, the wooden packing materials and the packing materials in the container must be quarantined before entering the country.

More>RelatedInfo & News
New Updated