Transit

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Transit

Customs transit is a customs procedure used to facilitate the movement of goods between two points of a customs territory, via another customs territory, or between two or more different customs territories. It allows for the temporary suspension of duties and taxes.

The Directorate of Customs want emphasize all movement of products of animal origin from third countries, even goods in transit, between facilities for storage of uncleared goods is strictly prohibited. For further information about transit licence for products of animal origin, please contact Food and Veterinary Authority – www.mast.is  

 

Procedure for goods recorded on import- and export manifest

To custom clear transit, it is necessary to complete a simplified import procedure (Customs document E-1.3) and simplified export procedure (customs documents E-2.3). This customs procedure is electronic and can processes with SMT- or Web-Service. For more information on filling out forms and further subdivisions, see instructions for filling in E-1.3 and E2.3. Goods in transit are classified in HS code 9815. All necessary documents for customs clearance must be available for customs, such as invoices, licenses.

 

9815.1000 General Goods in transit

9815.2000 Dual Use products according to Law on Dual Use Service and Products, No 53/2010

9815.3000 Products of animal origin with origin within EEA area

9815.4000 Products of animal origin with outside EEA area

 

Procedure for goods recoded only on import manifest

In general, all goods shall be on record for import and export, manifest. However, there are some exceptions, such as spare parts for foreign vessels in international journeys, provisions and other stores for use aboard the vessel. For this process, where goods are only recorded on import manifest it is necessary to use the fill out the customs document E-7. This process does not support electronic service. For complete this procedure the party in person must contact the customs for confirmation of the process. For more information on filling out forms and further subdivisions, see instructions for filling in E-1.3 and E2.3. Goods in transit are classified in HS code 9815. All necessary documents for customs clearance must be available for customs, such as invoices, licenses.

 

9815.1000 General Goods in transit

9815.2000 Dual Use products according to Law on Dual Use Service and Products, No 53/2010

9815.3000 Products of animal origin with origin within EEA area

9815.4000 Products of animal origin with outside EEA area