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- Ensure thorough data checking
- Appoint affiliate for the processing of import/export license application
- Inform about the list of documents required
- Submit the declaration to the customs for checking
- Pay import duties and taxes on our clients’ behalf
- Three copies of invoice
- Foreign transaction form
- Packing list
- Bill of Lading or Air Waybill
- Import License (only if applicable)
- Release form (customs form 100/1 or 469)
- Relevant documents like product specifications and catalogs, etc
- Certificates of Origin (only if required)
3 Good Reasons to Invest in Thai Imports & Exports
- Cost Competitive Environment
- International Business in English
- Good Facilitators
Top 10 Imports of Thailand
- Electrical machinery and equipment
- Machines including computers
- Mineral fuels
- Iron and steel
- Gems and precious metals
- Iron or steel articles
- Optical, medical and technical apparatus
- Organic chemicals
Top 10 Exports of Thailand
- Machines, including computers
- Electrical machinery, equipment
- Gems, precious metals
- Mineral fuels
- Meat and seafood preparations
- Optimal, technical and medical apparatus
This Is How You Can Get Started With Import/Export In Thailand
- File declaration document either manually or via the EDI system
- Prepare the supporting documents
- Submit the Declaration alongside supporting documents to the customs as they will be checked for completion. Duty calculation, customs tariff and valuation of goods are examined too.
- Pay Import duties and taxes by electronic fund transfer through the BOT’s BAHTNET, Kung Thai Bank and EDI. Also, one can make payment at the Customs Department.
- For inspection and release of cargo from the Customs requires the importer to submit verified Declaration along with the payment receipt at the warehouse. Only if the inspected cargoes correspond to the Declaration made, they will be released.