You as an exporter need to prepare and submit documents such as commercial invoices, packing lists, shipping bills, etc.


You must declare the goods being exported along with their value, quantity and other relevant information to customs officials.


Customs officials may inspect the exported goods to ensure they comply with export regulations and match the information provided.

Assessment Of Duties

Customs authorities assess any applicable export duties, taxes or fees based on the value, classification and destination of the goods.


You are required to pay the assessed export duties, taxes and fees to customs authorities before the goods can be cleared for shipment.


Once all requirements are met and payments are made, customs authorities issue clearance for the goods to be exported.


After clearance, you may need to fulfill additional requirements such as obtaining certificates of origin or complying with any specific regulations of the importing country.

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