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Procedure NameExport Shipment
Description

Category

Clearance

Responsible Agency       

Eswatini Revenue Authority. 
Address: Portion 419 of Farm 50,

               Along MR103                   
               Ezulwini, Swaziland

Phone: (+268) 2406 4000/ 2406 4050

Fax: (+268) 2406 4001

Email: info@sra.org.sz

Legal base of the Procedure

Customs and Excise Act, 1971

Fee

 No charge

 

Required Documents

No.

Type of information

Note

1

Original invoice

Other supporting documents to be presented that may be required for verification purposes.
2

Packing list of the goods

3 Transport document (e.g. bill of landing)
4 Export Permit
5 Travelling document (as a form of identification)

 

Process Steps

Step 1 Attain Form at the port of entry.

Step 2

Complete a declaration form which is used to declare goods exported, either by manufacturers or business owners. 

Step 3

All supporting documents should be attached to the completed form.

Step 4

The officer at port of entry processses the application and if approved, then issues a customs clearance certificate for the goods to pass through the border gate. 

Step 5 The exporter then recieves the clearance certifcate.

 

 

CategoryExport

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This procedure applies to the following measures
NameMeasure TypeAgencyDescriptionCommentsLegal DocumentValidity ToMeasure Class
Export ShipmentDuty/Tax PayableEswatini Revenue AuthorityGoods exported from Swaziland may be exported under one of the following customs procedures: Permanent export Temporary export Re-exportFor customs clearance purposes, the exporter should submit a customs declaration document, supporting documents (invoice, F178, permits and any other document that may be required for verification purposes). Customs declarations are made through the ASYCUDA System; These pages will help you with the Customs Tariff ; Exchange rates; codes required on the import/export documents and a guide of how to complete the SAD500 form.The Customs and Excise Act, 197109-09-9999Good