Malaysian Import and Export
Custom Procedures

 

What you need to know about INWARD MANIFEST SUBMISSION

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Carrier

Person Responsible

When?

A

Vessel (Section 52 Customs Act)

Master or Agent of the Vessel.

Within 24 hours after arrival and before any cargo is unshipped.
B

Aircraft (Section 56 Customs Act)

Pilot or Agent of the Aircraft.

At the time of arrival and on demand by the proper officer customs.

C

Rail (Section 60 Customs Act)

Station Master

At the time of arrival and on demand by the proper officer of customs.

D

Vehicles (Section 78 Customs Act)

Person in control of the goods.

On arrival at the place of import.

Malaysian legal provision in importation and exportation are stipulated in the Malaysian Customs Act 1967 and Customs Regulations 1977.

The main concept of legal provisions is to apply customs control procedures in importation and exportation

Definition of import
Importation means to bring or cause to be brought into Malaysia by land, sea or air.
Definition of export
Exportation is defined as to take or cause to be taken out of Malaysia by land, sea, or air, to place any goods in a vessel, conveyance or aircraft for the purpose of such goods being taken out of Malaysia.
 

Summary of Malaysia Customs Control in
relation to the clearance of goods.

Application of customs control in relation to the clearance of goods is required under the Malaysian customs laws and regulations are as follows:

Directing all trading activities to prescribe points of entry such as customs ports, airports, customs entry points and customs stations.

Prescribing legal landing places for ports or entry points for the purpose of landing and loading of goods for import and export.

Any landing or loading undertaken in other than these landing places are deemed to be illegal and would be considered as smuggling.
 

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What you need to know about
Malaysian Custom Inward Manifest Submission

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Malaysian Customs control in relation to the clearance of goods.

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Malaysian Customs Documentation are goods declaration form required by the customs department.

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Particulars to be declared. Malaysian Customs generally require the following particulars in the customs declaration forms.

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Documents Required in Support of the Malaysian Customs declaration form.

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Offences and Penalties in making incorrect declaration and falsifying documents.

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GST Malaysian goods and services tax and Import Excise duty leviable on the goods imported into Malaysia. The rate of import duty varies according to the type of goods imported.

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Malaysian Custom Examination of goods. It is carried out after the declaration of goods is accepted by the proper officer of customs.

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Temporary Import and Export. Goods imported on a temporary basis with a view to subsequent re-export are allowed to be delivered on importation without payment of duty.

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Establishing customs offices as such ports or entry points to administer customs procedures in relation with the collection and release of goods from customs control.

Prescribe working days and business hours of customs offices in such ports or customs

 
station during which to transact customs release as well the hours permitted to effect clearance of goods, properly release by the proper invoice of customs from such
ports of customs station. Subject goods landed or goods before exportation to the warehousing procedures so as to bring them under customs control.

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The foreign importer, perhaps having changed its mind or its financial circumstances, may not pay for the goods when the documents are presented or when the time draft, even though previously accepted, falls due for payment.

Consequently, to be on the safe side, the exporter may require a bank letter of credit, as well as a draft... Learn More About documentary draft

 

 
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