Export Electronics from Vietnam to India
With practical experience in handling exporting Electronics, in this article, Logistics HP Global summarizes the contents related to Exporting Electronics from Vietnam: Vietnam’s governmental management policy on exporting Electronics; export procedures for Electronics; Taxes on exporting Electronics;… …
HS code of Electronics
In order to properly determine policies, procedures of the export, one of the first thing needed to determine is the HS code of the commodity
For electronics you can refer to the HS code of the chapter 85: Electrical machinery and equipment and parts thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television image and sound recorders and reproducers, and parts and accessories of such articles
You can refer to the article HS codes and Import-Export tax of Electronics from Vietnam
The classification of a product to a certain HS code is based on the nature, composition, …. of the actual exported commodity at the export time, based on catalogue, technical documents (if any) or /and decided by the Customs Department of Commodity Verification. The actual inspection results of the Customs and announcement by the Customs Department of Commodity Verification are legal basis for applying HS code to exported good. Exporters are ultimately responsible for ensuring that the products are correctly classified.
Our above advised HS codes are for reference only.
For more information about this content, please refer to the article Definition of HS code in Vietnam
Ban on Import, export
According to the current regulation, Electronics is not in the List of prohibited Exports from Vietnam, so the enterprise can do the export procedure pursuant to current stipulations.
For more information, read the article List of prohibited exports from Vietnam
- Note: Some of the products may be prohibited to import in India based on foreign trade policy on imports. So importer can cross check the requirements of import of electronic products before placing an order with the buyer in Vietnam.
Export procedure from Vietnam of Electronics
Governmental management on Electronics
There isn’t no any special governmental management policy on Exporting Electronics
- For the importer in india
– Noise Standard
Certain items under Electronics are subject to noise standards of the environment protection rules of India. The importer of such product has to contact the concerned government agency to collect accurate information.
– Air Emission Standard
The import of some of the items under Electronics is subjected to emission standard of the environment protection rules of India. The importer of such product has to contact the necessary government agency to collect accurate information regarding the products.
– Quality Standard
The import of some of the Electronics goods needs the quality standard approval of government agencies at importing country.The importation of such electronic items is subject to compliance with said quality approval certificate from the quality approval authorities of India.
– Anti-Dumping Duty
Some of the importing items under the Electronic attract anti-dumping duty. The reason for imposing anti-dumping duty is for rectification of the trade distortive effect of dumping and reestablishes fair trade between the countries. World Trade Organization WTO members as per GATT (General Agreement on Tariff and Trade) allowed their member countries to take the individual decision on imposing such anti-dumping duty to ensure fair trade rather than protecting domestic industry.
– MOEF Permission from Environment Department to Import Electronics from Vietnam
India has an environmental department to regulate importation, consumption, and usage of materials affecting the environment. Permission from such environment department is essential to import some of the items under Electronic. In India, Ministry of Environment, and Forest (MOEF) is the authorized government agency to regulate such materials including importation.
– Foreign Trade License
As a part of importing norms, India insists Foreign Trade License issued by the foreign trade office to import some of the specific items under Electronics. Importers may kindly contact whether your product intended to buy may fall under the said category of Electronics.
– Test Report of Analysis from Laboratory
For the purpose of importing Electronic goods, the importer must obtain a test report from an accredited laboratory authorized goods. Such certificate is submitted with customs location of India to process importation. If non-fulfillment of obligations by the importation of Electronic goods, the importer should re-export the hazardous waste within 90 days from the date of arrival as per hazardous waste management, handling, and transboundary rules.or governed by India is required. A necessary sample of imported Electronic goods is drawn as per the procedures and rules and submits to such authorized laboratory and obtains analysis report. Normally three sets of samples of importing Electronic goods are drawn and forwarded to laboratory notified by environment and forest department. Test report retains for minimum two years to confirm on obligation fulfillment by the importer on importation Electronic
– Reexport of Hazardous Material Imported
If any of the imported hazardous Electronic goods do not follow the necessary norms then such goods have to be destroyed or to be removed out of importing country. Such non-compliant imported hazardous Electronic goods may be also fined by imposing penal charges, apart from destruction or return to origin country.
Customs procedure of Export Electronics from Vietnam
Customs procedure of exporting Electronics from Vietnam is the same as other common commodities.
Shipping mark for export Electronics
For exports, to ensure the smoothness of transportation and customs procedures, Enterprise should have sufficient shipping mark.
- Note: For the importer in india
Indian electronics importers must comply with rather a stringent marking and labeling requirements. Indian importers failing to comply may have their cargo seized by customs authorities, and relabeling exporting cartons and product packages is only possible if such a request is granted. If not, the importer may find themselves in a world of trouble. So, let’s look into these labeling requirements. Below follows a list of items that you must include:
- Product name and description
- Net weight
- Date of Manufacture
- Your address
- Maximum retail price (MRT), including taxes
- Batch ID
- Month and year the product was imported
- Country of Origin
- Certain types of products must be labeled with the sizes and Country of Origin (e.g. Made in China) on the items themselves.
IT hardware companies/ manufacturers are required to label their products with a certification tag before being allowed to import in India. Earlier, labeling requirements had allowed manufacturers to simply label their products through stickers. According to the new requirements, some electronic goods may require the Vietnam manufacturers to “screen print, emboss or engrave” the certification statement onto the product and printed on the packaging material.
Certificate of origin Electronics
The Vietnamese government does not require exporter to make Vietnam origin for exports. However, in many cases, buyers will require the exporter to provide a Certificate of Origin in Vietnam. For customers in countries that have signed free trade agreements with Vietnam, they may require Certificates of Origin in the form so that buyers can enjoy special preferential import tax.
Check list of countries/territories that Vietnam signed Free Trade Agreements with Here
- Note: The source of origin of imported electronic goods is required in almost all countries so in India. It helps to determine the origin of imported electronic goods to avail exemption on import duties and taxes. Different unilateral, multilateral, and a bilateral agreement between India and Vietnam allows importing and exports with an exemption of import duties wherein Certificate of Origin is the primary proof on country of origin of imported goods under Electronics goods.
Customs Duties on exporting Electronics
VAT on exporting Electronics: pursuant to current stipulations, VAT on exported commodity is 0%
Export duty: Electronics is not in Vietnam’s nomenclature of taxable exports, therefore, the exporters do not have to pay export tax.
See List of taxable export commodity in Vietnam Here
Shipping cost and time for exporting Electronics
Shipping costs and transportation time are closely related. Depending on the nature of the commodity and requirement of the shipment, international transportation mode can be by sea, air, road, rail and express delivery. The enterprise should consider to make the most appropriate decision.
For more detailed advice on Export procedures, shipping methods and estimate for the full shipping cost, please contact us – Service Provider for exporting Electronics
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