Harmonized System Nomenclature - 2007 Amendment
The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS) nomenclature is a goods classification system used by Thailand as a basis for its Customs tariffs and for the collection of international trade statistics. After the implementation of the HS in 1988, additional reviews of the HS have been undertaken, resulting in the 2007 version. In present, HS nomenclature – 2007 Amendment has entered into force since 1 January 2007.
What is e-Customs ?
“e-Customs” is the automated customs processing via electronic system using ebXML. The system allows entrepreneurs / agents to significantly enhance Customs procedure through a reduction of paper handling costs. Fundamental data mandated for Customs will be submitted automatically to Customs (Documents in paper form is not requested). Besides, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Digital Signature and process redesign are also introduced in order to reduce customs procedure.
- Exporter/Agent inputs invoice and cargo data into computer system at their own office /or through Counter Service. After that, data will be electronically transmitted to Customs.
- Customs system checks data and issues Cargo Permit no. along with its cargo status (Green Line or Red Line). Exporter/Agent will be informed accordingly through the system.
- At Checking Post, the cargo is inspected by Customs officer and then released to THAI Cargo warehouse. Before weighing, exporters/agents must submit a cargo permit document to THAI Cargo officer. After that, exporter/agent will receive a weighing slip.
- Exporter/Agent files a set of documents including an air waybill, a weighing slip, a cargo permit and an invoice (if any) to THAI Cargo (FO: Thai and Alliance Documentation Division) for CAR (Cargo Reference Record) creating process.
- THAI Cargo builds up and then loads cargo shipments into aircraft for export.
Now, THAI Cargo can fulfill your need of finishing up Customs process from status “03” to “04”. We will help facilitate you in ensuring good matches of data and analyzing your Cargo Permit status. Certainly, you will be able to file documents to The Revenue Department and obtain tax refund more quickly. Interested? If yes, please contact us at: email@example.com
- Importer/Agent inputs invoice and cargo data into computer system at his/her office /or through counter service. After that, data will be electronically transmitted to Customs.
- THAI Cargo officer inputs manifest data e.g. house air waybill no., master air waybill no., etc. into ORCHIDS system.(Online Revenue Cargo Handling Information Distribution Systems.) and send data to Customs.
- Data is processed and examined by Customs system. In case the data is found “not match”, the system will inform importer/agent for making correction.
- If data is “match”, the system will issue a cargo permit no. along with a cargo status (Green Line or Red Line) to be used for cargo inspection at Checking Post.
- When cargo arrive TG Terminal, THAI Cargo officer will break down and keep in location, preparing for delivery.
- Importer/Agent contacts THAI Cargo office (F2) for D/O documents (Delivery Order) to be used for D/O payment fee.
- Importer/Agent obtains cargo shipment at THAI Cargo (F1,F3, FL, FB/Express), along with a cargo permit document.
- At Customs Checking Post exit, importer/agent submits a cargo permit document and has a cargo shipment checked according to its status, green line or red line
Excellency Cargo Service
Excellency Cargo Service is one of THAI Cargo project helping facilitate imported cargo procedure. Since THAI Cargo is able to submit manifest data to Customs within 2 hours prior aircraft landing, you will enjoy receive D/O documents and obtain a cargo shipment more quickly. Only you submit data of upcoming imported shipments in soft file format to us, and wait just a nick of time for uploading the data into Customs system. Incredibly, you will get D/O documents faster than before. If you are interested in this program, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org