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Shall I need to declare to the Customs if I want to deliver a product to foreign client through the Post Office?

  1. If the product belongs to each of following conditions, exporters need to file the export declarations to the Customs inside the Post Office. Otherwise, the exporters can directly send their product without declaration:
    1. Free on board (FOB) price exceeds the equivalent of US$5,000.
    2. Subject to export regulations under applicable legislations.
    3. Object for which duplicates of declarations for the purpose of requesting duty drawback or offset of bonding is required.
    4. Object that is returned or re-exported and needs to be cross-checked with the original import declaration.
    5. Export declarations other than the Export Declaration for Domestic Goods (Export Declaration “G) or Re-Exported Foreign Goods (Export Declaration “G).
    6. Other postal articles subject to customs declaration in accordance with other laws.
  2. The exporters can authorize the Customs Brokers contracting with the Post Office to perform the export clearance declarations. Please visit the counter of the Post Office for further information.

 

Telephone

886-2-25505500 ext. 2552

Unit

Department of Customs Clearance Affairs

  • Publish Date:2018-10-24
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