What is an ens declaration?
Ens, English full name: entry summary declaration. The Chinese abbreviation is EU entry summary declaration. Improper operation may result in a fine for order change.
What should be paid attention to in customs declaration, cost and time operation?
ENS（ENTRY SUMMARY From January 1, 2011, all EU imported goods, goods stopped at EU ports, or goods transhipped through EU need to declare manifests in advance. EU customs requires the carrier to submit the cargo ENS declaration 48 hours before departure. In practice, the carrier's ENS deadline is 48 hours before customs closing, The cost standard is USD25 / bill.
What kind of declaration data are involved in the declaration of ENS for goods exported to Europe, and what are the consequences if there is no declaration of ENS.
The information required by ENS is similar to that of ordinary bill of lading, but the accuracy of address and description of goods in bill of lading is higher, including the company name, address, country, city and zip code of the consignor and the consignee; other information also includes container number and seal, accurate description of goods, packaging type, HS code of goods and UN code of dangerous goods. After the ENS is sent, the EU customs will make a risk assessment of the goods and give corresponding notice of shipment, non shipment and inspection. For the goods that have not declared the ENS, the EU customs will impose a fine on the carrier. In order to avoid the occurrence of fines and bad records, the carrier will not arrange shipment for the goods that have not declared the ENS.
Does Hb / l need to declare ENS? What is the impact of revising ENS after sailing?
Unlike AMS / ACI of the US Canada line, ENS does not require Hb / L to declare ens, and it is acceptable for MB / L to be consigned to a freight forwarder. Therefore, Hb / L does not need to declare ENS. If the ENS is modified after sailing, the EU customs needs to re audit the ENS data and re evaluate the cargo risk. If the cargo is about to arrive at the port, due to the time of evaluation, the unloading of the container may be delayed, which may lead to the owner to charge a high penalty.