How to import Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code

 

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Importing procedures for Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code

 

 



Prohibition and Restriction to import wild animals, its parts and products

In many countries, the items under import of worked horn, coral and other animal carving material and articles are restricted as per foreign trade policy of importing country.

Import of wild animals, wild animal parts and wild animal products are prohibited as per Wildlife Protection Act of importing country.


CVD on RSP based valuation

Some of the items under harmonized system code 96 also attract CVD on RSLP based valuation to estimate import tax. CVD is calculated on the basis of RSP based valuation to determine import duty. RSP means retail sale price. Retail Sale Price RSP means the maximum price at which the excisable goods in packaged form may be sold to the ultimate consumer and includes all taxes local or otherwise, freight, transport charges, commission payable to dealers, and all charges towards advertisement, delivery, packing, forwarding and the like, as the case may be, and the price is the sole consideration for such sale.


Permission from Drug controller of importing country to import medical related products
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If goods under Harmonzed System code chapter 96 relate to medical and pharmaceutical, import of such products is allowed with necessary no objection certificate from Drug controller of importing country.

 


Common requiremeImport Procedures for products under Harmonized System Chapter 96nts to import


Registration to act as an Importer
: Government registration is required to become an importer in the country to act as an importer. Foreign Trade government office of respective country is responsible to issue such authorization to become an importer. In India, IEC number (Import Export Code Number) is obtained from the office of Director General of Foreign Trade office to operate as an importer and exporter in India. Registration procedures to act as an importer are a onetime process, but renewal may be required as per the terms and conditions of such foreign trade office of a country. In most of the countries, the information on such registration for importer – exporter is linked with customs location and reserve bank, as process of imports and exports are online digitalized. So the importer of Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code is also required to contact concerned government agencies of their importing country to verify whether such onetime registration is necessary or not.

 

procedures to import: As per the mutual agreement between buyer and seller, the import shipment is taken place. Pricing, quality specifications, terms of payment, terms delivery, mode of transport and other terms and conditions are agreed and mentioned in purchase order and import shipment of Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code is effected accordingly.

As you know, under any importation of goods, necessary import documentation and customs clearance procedures at importing country have to be completed either importer’s customs broker or importer directly as per foreign trade policy of respective importing country. For importing Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code also, import entry documents along with carrier’s document (Bill of Lading /Airway bill), commercial invoice, packing list, certificate of origin and other required documents are filed and necessary import procedures are completed to take delivery of imported goods under Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code. Nowadays, necessary information is filed online and produces required documents at the time of inspection, assessment or delivery of import of goods at destination customs location. The international partners of countries share quality measures each other and exempt from multiple inspection on same products both for export and import. However, as per the policy of most of the developed countries import of goods from Least Developed Countries (LDC) need to be certified by authorized agencies before export. So, if any import of Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code takes place, the details of such information can be obtained from necessary government agencies of importing country.


Certificate of Origin to import
Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code: The source of origin of imported Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code is required in almost all countries. So a certificate of origin issued by necessary approved authorities at exporting country is required to import Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code. Certificate of origin helps to determine origin of imported goods to avail exemption on import duties and taxes. Different unilateral, multilateral and bilateral agreement between countries also allows imports and exports with exemption of import duties where in Certificate of Origin is the primary proof on country of origin of importing goods under Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code.


Bilateral and Unilateral agreements under importation of Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code:

The countries each other may have bilateral, multilateral and unilateral agreements which exempt documentation and rates of import tax and duties. The importers have to collect accurate information from necessary government agencies before import of Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code.

 


Restriction to import

Some of the materials are prohibited to import in some countries based on their foreign trade policy on imports. So importer can cross check the requirements of import of their products before placing order with overseas buyer.


Prohibition to import

Some of the materials are prohibited to import in some countries based on their foreign trade policy on imports. So importer can cross check the requirements of import of their products before placing order with overseas buyer.


In this article, the documentation, process and formalities to import Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code are explained. As explained above, this information is generally applicable for all countries to import Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code. These details on how to import Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code are given to provide a basic idea to bring vegetables from foreign country. Specific requirements for each importing country need to be followed by importers and exporters of Goods under chapter 96 of Harmonized System Code.


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M. Ashraf: I need to know that how much time (Days OR Hours) can take by Shipping Line to prepare Bill of Lading and then handed over to Exporter who may later submit the same alongwith their following Shipping Documents to negotiating bank, after doing work on it negotiating bank despatch the same to consignee (buyers): 1) Invoice 2) Packing List 3) Bill of Lading 3 Nos. / AWB 4) Origin Certificate (if required) 5) Form 7 (if required) 6) Analysis Certificate (if required) 7) COC – Certificate of Compliance (if required) 8) Signed Draft 9) LC / Contract Copy (if required) 10) Shipment Advice

Alok Kumar Singh: experience I would request you for a small help, information, & guidance as below: 1. What are the required licenses for an importer to import Rubber oil? 2. Where can we get the licenses required? 3. What will be the list of documents required to get it? 4. & how much will it cost approximately?

Admin: Hi Alok Kumar Singh, You may consult an export import expert in handling import of Rubber oil.

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