In Malaysia, customs clearance is handled by the Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD). The RMCD is responsible for enforcing customs laws and regulations, including the collection of import and export duties and taxes.
Importers and exporters are required to provide a range of documents to the customs authorities, including invoices, packing lists, and permits. These documents are used to determine the value of the goods, their origin, and any applicable duties and taxes.
If you’re importing goods into Malaysia, it’s likely that you will need to fill out a customs declaration form. A customs declaration form is a legal document that provides information about the goods being imported or exported, including their value, origin, and purpose.
This information is used by customs officials to determine the appropriate tariffs, taxes, and duties that must be paid on the goods, and to ensure that the goods comply with relevant laws and regulations.
These are the declaration form needed for customs clearance in Malaysia…
- Customs Form No 1(K1) – Declaration of goods imported
- Customs Form No 2(K2) – Declaration of goods to be exported
- Customs Form No 3(K3) – Application/ Permit to transport goods from Peninsular Malaysia to East Malaysia or vice versa
- Customs Form No 8(K8) – Bonded Movement of Dutiable and Non-Dutiable Shipments in Malaysia
To ensure a smooth customs clearance process, it is important to work with a reliable customs broker or freight forwarder who can help you navigate the complex rules and regulations.
They can assist with preparing and submitting the necessary documents and paying any required fees and taxes.
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