Classification of Goods and Customs Value

What is that?

In accordance with the provisions of the applicable laws and regulations, several import and/or export commodities are subject to import and/or export provisions which are commonly referred to as goods subject to prohibitions and restrictions (LARTAS) refer to the applicable HS Code (Post Tariff) number.

Failure to classify goods (determining the HS Code/Post Tariff) correctly – thus not preparing LARTAS permits in advance – will result in delays in customs clearance and/or obtaining customs invoices from the Customs Office, as well as delays in the entry of exported goods into the Customs Area.

Meanwhile, errors in declaring the customs value result in the emergence of customs bills and/or administrative sanctions in the form of fines from the Customs Office.

What can PCC offer?

PCC will work closely with related departments in the company to assist in classifying goods (determining the HS Code/Post Tariff) in accordance with the rules as set out in the provisions of the applicable laws and regulations regarding the goods classification system.

Regarding customs value, our professionals will provide guidance and explanation on what factors must be included in the calculation of customs value, such as incoterm, origin cost, packaging, commissions, royalties, assistance, licenses, discounts, and so on.

With our professionals having more than 20 years of experience as practitioners, you will have certainty when using our services.

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