Import Buoys into Vietnam
With many years of experience in hadling importing Buoys, in this article, Logistics HP Global summarizes the contents related to importing Buoys into Vietnam: Vietnam’s governmental management policy on importing Buoys; Import procedures for Buoys; Taxes on importing Buoys;… …
HS code of Buoys
In order to properly determine policies, procedures of the import, one of the first thing needed to determine is the HS code of the commodity
Buoys’s HS code Chapter 89: Ships, boat and floating structures
|8907||Other floating structures (for example, rafts, tanks, coffer- dams, landing-stages, buoys and beacons).
|89079010||– – Buoys
The classification of a product to a certain HS code is based on the nature, composition, …. of the actual imported commodity at the import 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 imported good. Importers 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, Buoys is not in the List of prohibited imports into Vietnam, so the enterprise can do the import procedure pursuant to current stipulations.
For more information, read the article List of prohibited imports into Vietnam
Import procedure into Vietnam of Buoys
Governmental management on Buoys
There isn’t no any special governmental management policy on importing Buoys
Customs procedure of import Buoys into Vietnam
With no special governmental management policy, customs procedure of importing Buoys into Vietnam is the same as other common commodities.
Label for import Buoys
According to current stipulation, cargo imported into Vietnam need to have sufficient label
Cost and time for importing Buoys
Cost for importing cargo related to transportation and customs clearance are mainly contributed by two main factors: Tax and shipping costs
Taxes on importing Buoys
When importing Buoys, the importer needs to pay import duties and value added tax (VAT).
VAT on Buoys: 10%.
Preferential import tax rate on Buoys is 0%.
Shipping cost and import time
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.
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