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Malaysian Import and Export Custom Procedures

Malaysian Custom Examination
of imported goods

 
 
Examination of goods are carried out after the declaration of goods is accepted by the proper officer of customs.

Goods for examination must be produced by the importer or exporter or by the agent.

Customs inspection determines the following:

1. Whether the imported goods are truly and correctly described in the customs declaration and by the invoice

2. Whether the imported goods are of class which is prohibited either absolutely or conditionally under existing laws and regulation

3. Significant information on characteristic, physical or chemical and usage of imported goods which determines proper valuation and classification and...

4. Dutiable quantity imported.

 

  Malaysian Import and Export Custom Procedures
About SST Malaysian goods and services tax

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What you need to know about Malaysian Custom Inward Manifest Submission

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Malaysian Customs control in relation to the clearance of goods.

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Malaysian Customs Documentation are goods declaration form required by the customs department.

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Particulars to be declared. Malaysian Customs generally require the following particulars in the customs declaration forms.

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Documents Required in Support of the Malaysian Customs declaration form.

 

 

 
The customs' right of inspection
includes the power to take and test samples of the goods and all expenses of unpacking, re-packing and providing specialized facilities for inspection must be borne by the importer.

Most consignments are given direct release whereby goods imported are released based on accepted documents presented together with the customs declaration form without physical examination.

Physical examination could mean 10% of very container per consignment or 100% of the whole consignment depending on the necessity.
 

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Offences and Penalties in making incorrect declaration and falsifying documents.

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SST Malaysian goods and services tax and Import Excise duty leviable on the goods imported into Malaysia. The rate of import duty varies according to the type of goods imported.

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Malaysian Custom Examination of goods. It is carried out after the declaration of goods are accepted by the proper officer of customs.

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Temporary Import and Export. Goods imported on a temporary basis with a view to subsequent re-export are allowed to be delivered on importation without payment of duty.

 
 

 

FREE Tutorial Secrets of International Trade. Learn more about... Consular Invoice

Consular Invoice is a form , usually obtainable only from the Consulate of the importing country, on which the exporter or its agent must enter a detailed description of the goods being shipped. Such a form is required by certain countries.

On the Consular Invoice, there is space not only for the name of the goods but also for any marks carried, the number of the items, their weight, the value and origin of the goods and a declaration that the information given is correct.

There must be no erasures or "strike-over" in typing, pen-and-ink changes, or additions. In some countries, the goods must be described in terms of the customs.

 

 

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