Sea/River

a. Customs Clearance Procedures

The process of customs clearance procedures at Sea/River Port and Customs and Excise office:

  1. Exporter or authorized person shall request to Chief of Sea/River Customs and Excise office the permision for export goods.
  2. Chief of Sea/River Customs and Excise office checks request and attached documents, in case no irrigularity, gives the permision for export.
  3. After receiving permission, exporter or authorized person shall conduct customs declaration proccess as mentioned in point Customs Declaration above

b. Scanning

All containerized cargos exported via Sea/River Port and Customs and Excise office are subject to scanning process, except

  • Finished product of garment sector.
  • Goods of embassy or organization that has diplomatic immunity, international organizations officially recognized by government and export goods of the government.
  • Empty container
  • Special permission to exempt this obligation permitted by Ministry of Economy and Finance.

Air

All export goods must be reported at customs office or at other locations  as determined by the Director of Customs. Those goods will be kept temporary at a place controlled by customs administration (Temporary Customs Warehouse) and wait for filling customs clearance procedure before permitting to discharge.

Customs clearance procedures

All exporters shall attached all documents to process customs clearance. For customs declaration proccessing, please  see Customs Declaration.

Land

Customs clearance procedures

  • For exporting goods by land, goods owner or authorized person shall request for export permit from GDCE or provincial customs and excise branch.
  • After receiving permission, exporter or authorized person shall conduct customs declaration proccess as mentioned in point Customs Declaration above