Customs receives the bill of lading information electronically
Customs receives the bill of lading information electronically

خانه Customs receives the bill of lading information electronically

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Customs receives the bill of lading information electronically

With the help of the comprehensive customs system and the window of the cross-border trade unit, the Iranian customs receives the information of the bill of lading electronically.

This information is received through the electronic manifest and is collected in the comprehensive system of customs affairs, and transportation companies can apply for clearance if they have already registered their shipment information through the electronic manifest in the comprehensive customs system.

However, according to the law on customs affairs, the owners of goods and their legal representatives must scan the original document of the bill of lading and upload it in the comprehensive customs system. In fact, by doing so, the Iranian Customs receives the original bill of lading document from the owner of the goods in the comprehensive customs system, and by receiving bill of lading information from shipping and forwarding companies, it prevents any forgery and misuse of the bill of lading.

In fact, unlike in the past, when the goods manifest information was submitted to the customs manually and unverified, with the comprehensive customs system and the window of the cross-border trade unit, the goods manifest information is received electronically from the transport companies before entering the customs. Based on this, the electronic manifest information of the bill of lading is issued in the name of the owners of the goods and finally the clearance is issued from the bill of lading and a bill of lading number is given to the owner of the goods at the time of settlement.

When filing electronically, the declaration is made with the same bill of lading number, and when the owner of the goods intends to declare his goods to the customs, he enters the goods electronically by entering the bill of lading number of the goods owner information from the electronic manifest on the electronic declaration of import in the comprehensive customs system. sits.

This information is processed and used in customs formalities. Accordingly, all shipping and shipping companies to issue clearances must first register their goods manifest electronically in the comprehensive system of customs affairs and the window of the cross-border trade unit.

Electronic receipt of this information is done in order to fill the existing gap and according to the data exchange model of the World Customs Organization, based on receiving bill of lading information from the source, and with the implementation of this program, electronic customs traps will be completed to combat smuggling.

The main customs program is access to the cargo manifest of ships or so-called carriers at the time of unloading cargo and issuing the tally, and this issue has been implemented.

Ship Manifesto is a list of all the goods in the ship that are in the possession of the captain of each ship and at the time of unloading from the ship’s manifest, the so-called unloading slip is issued and then divided into several bills of lading and each bill of lading is named after one person.

According to the customs declaration of the ship, the information is reliable and if the information is entered based on the evacuation order in the ports, the data chain is completed in the comprehensive customs system and all incoming information based on electronic manifest, bill of lading, warehouse receipt, declaration and receipt warehouses will be intersected. The possibility of violation is eliminated.

Electronic exchange of information between the Ports and Customs Organization

Iran Customs and the Ports and Maritime Organization exchanged information electronically with the focus on the comprehensive system of customs affairs and the single window of cross-border trade.

With the beginning of this electronic exchange of information, Iran’s customs gained access to the information of “evacuation and port manifesto” in the electronic context, and from now on, the declaration of the owners of goods will not be the only criterion for customs. In this way, the customs obtains reliable information about the goods in the ports and warehouses of ports and maritime affairs through electronic exchange of the total bill of lading in the ship (ship manifest) and the port port.

How many shipping and forwarding companies submit goods information to customs before declaration?

Information on imported goods is provided to customs through 870 shipping and forwarding companies before declaration to customs.

This information is received through the electronic manifest and is collected in the comprehensive system of customs affairs, and transportation companies can apply for clearance if they have already registered their shipment information through the electronic manifest in the comprehensive customs system. In the comprehensive customs system, unlike in the past, where the goods manifest information was submitted to the customs manually and unverifiably, the goods manifest information was received electronically from the transport companies before entering the customs.

Based on the information in the electronic manifest, the bill of lading is issued in the name of the owners of the goods, and finally the clearance is issued from the bill of lading, and a bill of lading number is given to the owner of the goods at the time of settlement.

When filing electronically, the declaration is made with the same bill of lading number, and when the owner of the goods intends to declare his goods to the customs, he enters the goods electronically by entering the bill of lading number of the goods owner information from the electronic manifest on the electronic declaration of import in the comprehensive customs system. sits.

This information is processed and used in customs formalities. Accordingly, all shipping and shipping companies to issue clearances must first register their goods manifest electronically in the comprehensive system of customs affairs and the window of the cross-border trade unit.

This is currently being done with the very good participation of the Shipping Association and the shipping companies and forwarders. According to the latest statistics, the number of companies that send their consignment information to customs through electronic manifests before declaration has reached 870 companies.

Author: persian / Date: 2017-10-26
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