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MAWB, consol manifest, HAWB(s), shipper(s) invoice, shipper(s) packing list
- Burkina Faso
- Cape Verde (Portugal)
- Canary Islands (Spain)
- Central African Republic
- Côte d'Ivoire
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- Equatorial Guinea
- Madeira (Portugal)
- Mayotte (France)
- Réunion (France)
- Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic
- São Tomé and Príncipe
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- South Sudan
- United Republic of Tanzania
- Is freight collect on HAWB available?
- Is destination clearance and delivery available?
- Is ISPM15 (IPPC) required for solid wood materials?
- Is shipper required to undertake Pre Shipment Inspection?
import airline storage period from time of arrival
Destination import notes and documentation requirements
- original AWB (full original set not E-copy or photo copy)
- original Shipper's invoice
- original Shippers packing list
All documents must be in English
HAWB must show actual true freight charges otherwise IATA rate will be applied as the Value for Customs at destination
Consignee is to be stated in full by importer of record, importers address, phone number and contact person
China Customs at origin require details of MAWB consignee and HAWB consignee tax i.d / VAT number to process export entry.
THE FOLLOWING HAS TO BE UNDERTAKEN PRIOR TO EXPORT AT ORIGIN
Cotecna pre-Export Shipment inspection applies for shipments with commercial F.O.B value over 100000 XAF (approx ).
Commercial shipper is fully responsible for arranging Cotecna at origin through approved Cotecna inspection agents prior to air export.
The following goods are exempt from PSI/Cotecna :
Goods with a FOB value below 1 ,000,000 XAF (1700 USD)
Objects of art, precious stones, gold and other precious metals Used personal and household effects, including one used car Personal gifts
Weapons and related ammunition other than for hunting and sport purposes
Newspapers, periodicals, postal or fisca stamps, stamped papers , banknotes, chequebooks, Non-commercial parcel post & commercial samples
Bona fide gifts to the Government and imports for diplomatic entities and for United Nations organizations for their own use in Congo
Cinematographic film exposed and developed Crude oil and refined product
Perishable goods for human consumption neither frozen nor deep-frozen (e.g. meat, fish , fruit and vegetables)
Live animals Plants and flowers
Explosives and pyrotechnic products Scrap metal
Goods imported by Free-shops and intended for export-sales Medicinal Products
Goods imported under re-importation custom regime ( IM6)
Last update: November 20, 2020