Different countries have different requirements and regulations on the import and export of goods. Knowing the import and export details of each country will not cause problems at critical times. Let’s take a look what regulations do customs in each country need to pay attention to?
Countries that need to declare AMS
(The US declaration ISF regulations must be provided to US Customs 48 hours before the ship is departed, otherwise there will be a fine of USD5000, AMS fee of 25 US dollars / ticket, if modified, 40 US dollars / ticket)
Since July 1, 2016, all goods imported into the Philippines must be declared AMS in advance. In addition to the original EBS, the CIC will have an additional AMS surcharge.
Countries that need to declare ENS
Country:All member states of the European Union, ENS fee 25-35 US dollars / ticket.ENS (Entry Summary Declaration) is the English abbreviation of “Import Summary Declaration”, which refers to the European Customs Advance Manifest Rules. For all goods entering the EU, the company must submit an entry summary declaration (ENS) to the first port of call in the EU country where the container ship is docked, and must submit it 24 hours prior to loading in the port of departure.
Wood products need to be fumigated country
In international trade, countries protect their own resources and impose mandatory quarantine systems on some imported goods. Wood packaging fumigation is a mandatory measure to prevent harmful pests and diseases from harming forest resources in importing countries. Therefore, for export goods containing wood packaging, the wood packaging must be decontaminated before shipment, and fumigation is one of the methods of decontamination.
Country of origin certificate required
The certificate of origin is divided into general certificate of origin and GSP certificate of origin. The CO certificate of origin is a kind of certification document used to prove the place where the goods are manufactured. It is a certificate of origin of the goods in international trade. Under certain circumstances, the importing country gives different tariff treatments to the imported goods.