Professional customs declaration and inspection service agencies explain import and export knowledge
Are customs declaration and customs clearance the same thing? Is there a difference?
What is the difference between customs declaration and inspection?
What is the difference between commodity inspection and inspection?
As a customer, if you don’t know these things, how do you tell them? How can I make customers trust you?
Next, introduce the meaning of these nouns and their differences!
Customs declaration (customs declaration) is one of the necessary links to fulfill customs exit procedures. Point out the process by which the person in charge of the means of transportation, the consignee of goods and articles or their agent, when passing through the customs supervision port, declares in accordance with the law and goes through the relevant procedures.
The objects involved in customs declaration can be divided into two categories: means of transport abroad and goods. Customs declaration procedures are different according to the nature. Ships, airplanes and other means of transport are usually arrived by the captain and captain, sign the exit declaration form, check the cargo manifest, air transport, sea waybill and other invoices and declare to the customs as the basis for the customs to implement cargo handling and passenger supervision and management. For the goods and articles, the beneficiaries or their agents shall fill in the customs declaration form according to the trade nature of the goods or the classification of the articles, and attach the relevant statutory invoices and commercial and transportation invoices. Bonded goods must be declared in the form of "bonded goods", and the customs' response and supervision and management methods are different from those of other types of trade.
Customs clearance (Customs Clearance) is closed, and is also called customs declaration. Imported goods, exported goods, and transported goods must declare to the customs when entering a country’s customs border or border, go through various procedures prescribed by the customs, and fulfill the obligations prescribed by various laws . Only after fulfilling various obligations and going through customs declaration, inspection, taxation, release and other procedures, can the goods be released, and the owner or declarer can pick up the goods. Similarly, the exit and transportation of various means of transport of import and export goods must also be declared to the customs, go through customs procedures, and obtain customs clearance. During the period of closure, goods are not allowed to circulate freely under the supervision of the customs regardless of whether they are imported, exported or transported.
From the above definition, it is obvious that customs declaration: customs clearance: clean customs declaration means we declare to the Chinese customs to let them release our goods. This is our business. Customs clearance is the customs of the country where the customer is located, and customs declaration and customs clearance are the customs of the two countries and have nothing to do with each other.
Inspection means that the parties concerned are required to obtain inspection, quarantine, identification, or entry-exit or sales permits and certain notarization certificates from the inspection agency in accordance with the provisions of laws, administrative regulations, foreign trade contracts or the need to prove transactions Statutory procedures and procedures that must be fulfilled.
The difference and connection of customs declaration inspection
Customs declaration and inspection are often carried out in import and export trade. Customs declaration and inspection are one of the processes of import and export declaration. The object of customs declaration is the customs, and the object of inspection is the inspection and quarantine department of import and export commodities. The inspection precedes the customs declaration. After the inspection is completed, the commodity inspection department issues a customs declaration form for imported goods, the customs receives the customs declaration application, and the tax issuance of the review form is a follow-up process. Not all import and export commodities need to be inspected. Only the commodities specified by the state need to be inspected. All import and export commodities (except for self-contained and green channels) need to be declared. Commodity inspection
Commodity inspection is simply commodity inspection. Generally used for import and export trade. Over-the-counter transactions in domestic trade can sometimes be used, but rarely. From the invoice issued by the commodity inspection agency to prove the quality and quantity of your goods, the buyer can know from the commodity inspection invoice issued by you that the quality of the goods is consistent with its needs. Commodity inspection is sometimes listed as one of the bills.
The difference between commodity inspection and inspection
(1) Commodity inspection means that the operators of the import and export of goods, according to the requirements of the Customs and the Bureau of Commerce, allow the Bureau of Commerce to inspect and quarantine the imported or exported goods before the goods are imported or exported.
(2) Inspection is the process by which cargo import and export operators submit materials and samples required for commodity inspection and quarantine to the Bureau of Commerce.
(1) Commodity inspection is a declaration form for export goods.
(2) The inspection is that you apply for a customs declaration form to the Bureau of Commerce.
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