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EXPORT

What is Export?
Export /Exportation is the bringing out/sending of goods or commodities from one country to another.

Significance of Export
One of the top priorities of the government is the development and promotion of our export in order to maintain a sustained economic growth, to provide the basic means of generating much needed foreign exchange and to maintain a stable position in international reserves.

FUNCTIONS OF THE EXPORT DIVISION


Presidential Degree No. 930, RULE VII provides the Bureau of Customs shall be responsible for the issuance of: 1. 2. 3. 4. Authority to Load Special Permit to Load Certificate of Origin Post-Loading Certificate
(Certificate of Shipments)

Laws, Rules and Regulations Governing Export


P.D. 930 Simplification of the Export Procedures and Documentation (Issued May 13, 1976)

E.O. No. 1016

Withdrawing the inspection, commodity and export clearance requirements on Philippine export (Issued March 25, 1985) Dated April 20, 1999 Implementation of the Revised Rules and Regulations implementing P.D. 930
Dated October 8, 2004 Consolidated Procedures in the Issuance of Certificate of Origin With or Without Preferential Tariff Treatment and Conduct of Retroactive Verification.

CMC No. 158-99

CMO No. 27-2004

Laws, Rules and Regulations Governing Export


E.O. No. 26/ CMC#83-86 Dated July 1, 1896, Abolishing the Export Duties on all export products, except logs imposed under Sec. 514 of the TCCP Dated August 3, 2006 Dispensation of export clearance requirement on some Philippine export commodity and elimination of fees and other charges imposed on export clearance, inspection permit and other documentary requirements. Dated August 15, 2006 Implementation of EO No. 554

E.O. No. 554

CMO. No, 184-2006

Mandatory Export Clearance under EO No. 554


Those required as a result it the existence of import quotas in other countries. Those covering items which are banned for exports. Those covering exports of legs, copper and coffee

Mandatory Export Clearance under EO No. 554


Those covered by international agreements to which the Philippines is a signatory.
i.e. Convention of International Trade on Endangered Species (CITES) Phyto-Sanitary Certificate

Types of Export Commodities


Prohibited Export Products
Shall refer to products which are not allowed for exportation under existing policies of the government agencies concerned except for scientific of testing purposes.

Regulated Export Products


Refer to products the exportation of which are not prohibited but which likewise need export clearance from government agencies concerned prior to exportation.

Freely Exportable Products


Refer to products which are neither regulated nor prohibited. They may be effected without prior approval or clearance from any government agency.

KINDS OF EXPORT TRANSACTIONS


1. Regular Export Refers to exportation of Philippine products 2. Export Under Sec.2001-2004 TCCP (Warehousing) Refers to exportation of processed products from Custom Bonded Warehouse

3. Economic Zones Refers to exportation of processed products from PEZA registered industries

KINDS OF EXPORT TRANSACTIONS


4. Export Under Drawback Exportation of processed products which duties and taxes of imported raw materials used are paid.

5. Transhipment Refers to exportation of goods locally transported from a local port to the port of foreign vessel.

KINDS OF EXPORT TRANSACTIONS


6. Export Under Bond (conditionally free importation) refers to goods imported without payment of duties and taxes with the condition that it will be returned to the exporting country in the prescribed period and/or after the purpose of which the goods is imported has been served. The imported goods must be covered by a bond or any guarantee before it can be released from BOC custody.

Export Procedures and Documentation

NAIA EXPORT DIVISION FLOWCHART


Documentation Unit
Exporter/ Forwarder/Bro ker/Authorized Representative

Receiving Clerk

Document Processor

Chief

Releasing Cash

Fibs Export Declaration (ED) and other required documents to the Export Division Documentation Unit

Receives ED documents recording.

and for

Verifies and evaluates the ED and documents. Sees to it that it is in order. Stamps and affix his/her initial.

Receives and Issues Authority to Load and Post Loading Certificate

Assigns Control Number and releases Authority to Load and supporting documents

OPERATIONS UNIT PAL/Pair-PAGS/ Miascor/ CargoHaus


Trade Control Examiner
Examines and verifies cargoes as against the authority to load. Signs Airwaybil for cargo stuffing.

NAIA EXPORT PROCEDURE FLOWCHART


Exporter/ Forwarder/ Broker/ Authorized Representative Files Export Declaration

Export Division Operation Unit

1.

Receiving Clerk

Trade Control Examiner PAL/Pair-PAGS/ Miascor/ CargoHaus

2. 3.

Examines and verifies cargoes against Authority to Load. Signs Aiwaybil for stuffing Signs Cargo Manifest after Stuffing

For Regular Requirement:

Export

Process and approves Exports Declaration and issues Authority to Load

1.
2.

Commercial Invoice Packing List

Aircraft Operations Division (Export Unit)

1. 2.

3.

Supervises Cargo Stuffing Escorts cargoes to planeside for loading Submits loading report to Customs Inspector on board.

AIRLINES (Planeside for Cargo Loading)

NAIA EXPORT DIVISION


EXPORT DIVISION

DOCUMENTATION UNIT

OPERATIONS UNIT
PAL/Pair-PAGS/Miascor/CargoHaus

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS
Regular Export
Export Declaration (ED) Commercial Invoice Packing List

Export under Sec. 2001-2004 (Warehousing)


Certificate of Identification Certificate of Inspection and Loading Boat Note

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS
Economic Zones
PEZA Export Tally

Export Under Bond


Certificate of Identification signed by Trade Control Examiner

Transhipment
Special Permit to Load Copy of the Cargo Manifest Copy of the Domestic Bill of Lading

Authority to Load
Shall refer to the approval or permission granted by the BOC or its deputized agencies for the loading of export goods on board the carrier as specified in the covering Export Declaration.

Special Permit to Load


For authority to load locally transhipped goods to foreign vessel For shipments where the Export Declaration is not required under BSP (Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas) rules For partial shipments covered by a Monthly General Export Declaration

Certificate of Origin
It is a declaration of the exporter as certified by the Bureau of Customs, that the export products are grown, produced manufactured in the Philippines

Export Declaration [or ED]


Shall refer to the document required for every export shipment whereby the exporter or his duly authorized representative declares and certifies the full particulars of a shipment

Export Clearance
Shall refer to all pre-exportation requirements by any government agency other than those of the BOC to authorize loading.

Certificate of Shipments or Non-Shipments


It is a document issued by the Bureau of Customs certifying that a particular export shipment was actually loaded or not loaded in a foreign vessel.

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