Basenton provides transportation and warehousing services for cross-border e-commerce
Cross-border e-commerce enterprise-to-business export refers to a form of trade in which domestic enterprises transport goods to overseas enterprises or overseas warehouses through cross-border logistics, and complete transactions through cross-border e-commerce platforms. Enterprises transmit relevant electronic data according to customs requirements, referred to as “Cross-border e-commerce B2B export”.
On June 22, 2021, the General Administration of Customs issued the “Announcement on the Reproduction and Promotion of Cross-border E-commerce Enterprise Export Supervision Pilots in Customs across the Country” (Announcement No. 47 of the General Administration of Customs 2021). This marks the official copy and promotion of cross-border e-commerce B2B export supervision pilots to customs across the country.
The scope of application of business-to-business exports
1. Cross-border e-commerce B2B direct export-“9710”
Refers to domestic enterprises that, after reaching transactions with overseas enterprises through cross-border e-commerce platforms, directly export goods to overseas enterprises through cross-border logistics, and transmit relevant electronic data in accordance with customs requirements. The full name is “Cross-border e-commerce enterprise-to-enterprise direct export”, abbreviated as “Cross-border e-commerce B2B direct export”, applicable to cross-border e-commerce B2B direct export goods, and the customs supervision method code is “9710”.
2. Cross-border e-commerce export overseas warehouse-“9810”
Refers to domestic enterprises that deliver exported goods to overseas warehouses through cross-border logistics, and deliver the goods from overseas warehouses to purchasers after the transaction is realized through the cross-border e-commerce platform, and transmit relevant electronic data according to customs requirements. The full name is “Cross-border e-commerce export overseas warehouse”, referred to as “Cross-border e-commerce export overseas warehouse”, which is applicable to cross-border e-commerce export goods in overseas warehouses, and the customs supervision method code is “9810”.
Enterprise qualification requirements
1. Business Registration
Cross-border e-commerce companies, cross-border e-commerce platform companies (including self-operated platforms and third-party platforms, domestic platforms and overseas platforms), logistics companies and other domestic companies participating in cross-border e-commerce B2B export business shall comply with the customs declaration unit For filing relevant regulations, apply to the local customs for filing.
2. Filing of overseas warehouse business model
Cross-border e-commerce enterprises that carry out export overseas warehouse business should also carry out export overseas warehouse business model filing at the customs.
When filing, the company should submit the “Cross-border E-commerce Overseas Warehouse Export Enterprise Filing Registration Form” and the “Cross-border E-commerce Overseas Warehouse Information Registration Form” to the customs, and provide overseas warehouse ownership documents (own overseas warehouses) and overseas warehouses. Lease agreement (lease of overseas warehouses) or other relevant certification materials that can prove the use of overseas warehouses (such as screenshots of overseas warehouse warehousing information, overseas online sales related information of overseas warehouse goods).