Recently, the Customs Department of express delivery of the Customs Department of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department has notified enterprises not to carry out customs procedures for the type of temporary import and re- Temporary export-re-import (TN-TX, TX-TN).
Professional operation at Customs Department of Express Delivery (Hanoi Customs Department). Internet photos
According to the notice of the Customs Sub-Department of Customs (Hanoi Customs Department) sent to the business community and courier service providers: From 14/02/2017 at the department did not carry out customs procedures For declarations of type TM-TX, TX-TN; At the same time, businesses and courier service providers are required to complete the procedures for this type of customs at the border gate customs department.
Prior to that, the Customs Department of Express Flight (Ho Chi Minh City Customs) also informed enterprises that they would not accept customs procedures for the types of TM-TX, TX-TN since December 15, 2016.
According to representatives of Hanoi Express Customs Sub-Department, the sub-department does not carry out customs procedures for TN-TX and TX-TN in accordance with the provisions of Decree No. 08/2015 / ND- CP of the Government detailing and implementing measures of the Customs Law on customs procedures, inspection and supervision.
Previously, the Customs Supervision and Management Department also sent an official dispatch to the Customs Department of Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh requires customs procedures for goods of TN-TX and TX-TN according to regulations on customs clearance sites in Article 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55 Decree No. 08/2015 / ND-CP of the Government.
However, the implementation of the above regulations do not facilitate businesses. Therefore, on 15/2, the Customs Department of Hanoi has written official petition to General Department of Customs to remove obstacles customs procedures for goods TN-TX, TX-TN at Customs Department Express delivery .
According to the Hanoi Customs Department, the provisions of Articles 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54 and 55 of the Government's Decree No. 08/2015 / ND-CP detailing and implementing measures Customs clearance, customs inspection and supervision, customs clearance sites for TN-TX and TX-TN cargo must be carried out at the customs department of the door. sew. Accordingly, the entire customs procedure for goods of TN-TX, TX-TN will have to be done at the border gate from the stage of receiving, registration, examination of records and inspection of goods according to the provisions in Clause 1 Article 22 of the Customs Law.
As a result, TN-TX and TN-TN cargo delivered via air courier services are not allowed to be brought to the warehouses of express delivery enterprises outside the border gate area, but must be exploited and cleared. At Customs Sub-Department of Noi Bai International Airport.
However, demand for goods TN-TX, TX-TN sent through the courier service quite a lot, therefore, not allowing the customs department of express delivery customs procedures for this type will This causes the congestion of express delivery and costs for enterprises (express delivery must pull the pallets to the express delivery warehouse for exploitation).
Based on the above reason, the Hanoi Customs Department proposed that the General Department of Customs provide solutions to facilitate the sending of goods via express delivery service. At present, the Head Office of Customs Sub-Department of Hanoi Customs Department is located on the border gate of Noi Bai International Airport should propose the General Department of Customs to request the Ministry of Finance to recognize the Customs Department. Express is the customs department of the border.
In the immediate future, it is proposed to allow the Customs Sub-Department of Express Delivery to carry out customs procedures for TN-TX and TX-TN shipments sent via express delivery service (excluding TN-TX business). Customs office is located in the courier of the courier companies, so the procedure will be handled quickly and quickly.
Source of Customs Report