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The goods are inspected by the customs, how is the freight forwarding handled?

  • Author:Alvin
  • Source:HKSG-GROPU
  • Release Date:2018-12-27
The goods are inspected by the customs, how is the freight forwarding handled?

Inspection is an important means of customs supervision. Customs declaration is only a procedure. Customs will conduct random inspections and inspections on sensitive names according to their own experience and policies at the time. Sometimes, the information on the inspection instructions clearly indicates which information to check. . At the time of inspection, the box will be checked to check whether the information related to the customs declaration is consistent, such as the name, quantity, weight, declared value, etc., to confirm whether there is tax fraud, escape of commodity inspection, HS code classification is incorrect.

What is customs inspection and inspection?

Customs inspection and control of import and export goods are divided into two categories: computer control and manual control:

(1) Computer control

1. Customs will classify import and export goods and set risk parameters. The higher the risk parameter of import and export goods, the higher the probability of being controlled by the computer.

2. In some customs areas, most of the risk parameters of import and export goods are low, that is, the import and export goods are set to random inspection and control according to a certain probability.

(2) Manual control

1. The import and export goods are in the declaration or inspection release. If the customs customsman considers that the declaration content of the customs declaration is unclear or has doubts, it can be manually operated and issued on the customs computer to check whether the goods match the goods. .

2. Customs (including the Anti-smuggling Bureau) was found to have violated laws and regulations due to the import and export of goods, which led to an increase in the risk parameters of the same or related goods imported and exported by other enterprises, and was manually checked and checked.

3. The Customs (including the Anti-smuggling Bureau) received a message (that is, reported) that there was a problem with an import and export cargo. When the goods were imported or exported, the Customs Customs Manual or the Anti-smuggling Bureau issued a notice of inspection and inspection to the customs on-site operators to check the goods.

4. The relationship between the company and the customs is not good, and the goods imported and exported are checked and checked.

In another case, the company has had a record of violations of laws and regulations. The credit rating of the customs has been reduced to C and D. The goods imported and exported by the enterprise are basically checked by computer or manual.

(3) About the cost of inspection

There is a big misunderstanding here. The customs inspection fee refers to the expenses incurred by the customs inspection, not the inspection fees charged by the customs. At the time of customs inspection, the customs will not charge a penny, but the owner and agent must move the goods to the inspection site designated by the customs, and separate the packaging according to the customs requirements. In the process, the expenses incurred by using the terminal resources and labor will be generated. It is up to the guests themselves. The fees incurred by these inspections are numerous, and the freight forwarding or customs brokers have different settlement methods with these charging departments. Some of them pay cash on the spot, and the charging department will issue the fees for the goods. It is a monthly knot and there is no separate invoice. Therefore, the freight forwarder or customs broker can not show the invoice for the inspection fee issued by the specific charging department. Only the list of various fees can be listed. If the customer does not believe the freight or the customs broker said the fee, it can be related.