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After banning of imported stolen vehicles, Jim has emerged as Thailand's top car exporter and top 4x4 exporter to Tanzania and other East African countries as Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Malawi just as we are Thailand's top car exporter and top 4x4 exporter to Southern African countries. We are sending both used second-hand Toyota Hilux Tiger and nearly new and new Toyota Hilux Vigoto Tanzania, Kenya and the rest of East Africa. Please see their Images (Pics) at http://thailand-dealer.com/pics.html.
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Importing New and Used cars into Tanzania
- These regulations may be subject to change without prior notice from time to time
- In some countries imported car will be confiscated at port if it does not meet import regulations
- So please confirm with your Customs, etc. for the latest info.
There is no age limit in importation of used vehicles into Tanzania. However all vehicles must undergo roadworthiness’ inspection before shipping. A certificate to that effect must be issued. In absence of a Roadworthy Certificate (RWC) an importer into Tanzania or Kenya will be required to pay 30% penalty of the CIF value.
In case of Japan, Japan Automobile Appraisal Institute (JAAI) does this. This is a non-profit foundation under the supervision of The Japan Ministry of International Trade and Industry.
- Import Declaration Form (IDF) is applicable on all imports to Tanzania irrespective of value. However, imports whose FOB (Freight on Board) value is US $5,000 and above must undergo a pre-shipment inspection by a company contracted by the Government of Tanzania. In case of Japan, this is executed by Cotecna Inspections.
Tanzanian, Kenyan and Malawian customers prefer used Toyota Hilux Tiger and Toyota Hilux Vigo over brand new Toyota Hilux Vigo. Whether your preference is 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, Toyota Hilux 5L, Toyota Hilux EFI, Toyota Hilux Tiger, Toyota Hilux D-4D or 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 0r 2008 Toyota Hilux Vigo we have the highest quality pickup or SUV ready to be shipped to either Dar-es-Salaam or Mombasa.
If your preference is Toyota Fortuner SUV, we have a broad selection of Fortuner vehicles. Toyota Fortuner is a versatile SUV which has the same pedigree as Toyota Prado and Toyota Landcruiser but is much cheaper.
Whether your choice is Dar-es-Salaam port or Mombasa port, please note that our rates to either of these ports are the cheapest when compared to other vendors. Since 80% of all cars exported out of Thailand are shipped by us we have a lot of clout with shipping companies and this results in reduced costs for our custmers. Since our cars are priced the lowest customers get huge overall savings.
Taxation of imported vehicles in Tanzania is classified as follows:
All vehicles of engine capacity up to 2000cc:
Import duty 25%
Cumulatively this is 50% of dutiable value.
All vehicles of engine capacity above 2000 cc:
Import duty 25%
Excise duty 10%
Cumulatively this is 65% of dutiable value.
Buses, lorries, pick ups, passenger vans (Commercial units):
Import duty 15%
Cumulatively this is 32% of dutiable value.
Import Declaration Fees (IDF) is 1.2% of FOB value + US$ 10 per unit.
Various charges levied at Dar-es-Salaam Port:
- Wharfage: This is charged at 1.6% of CIF value+20%VAT
- Handling: This is charged on the volume (cubic meters) x US$5 + VAT
- Removal fees: This is charged on the volume x US$1+ VAT
Extra charges on vehicles older than 10 years
New Import regulation were introduced in July, 2006 that mandate that a vehicle older than 10 years will be subject to the penalty of extra 20% excise duty.
On 13th November 2003, COTECNA Inspection S.A. was awarded a contract by the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) to implement a DESTINATION INSPECTION SCHEME (DIS) in replacement of the PRESHIPMENT INSPECTION SCHEME (PSI) formerly in place.
This contract, effective from 1st January 2004, was for a seven (7) years period, but Tanzania officially abandoned Pre-shipment Inspections on 1st July 2004.
Guideline to Suppliers
Importing of goods into Tanzania. There are formal governmental procedures to be taken into consideration. The following document will describe the procedures that have to be passed and it will also state what is required from you at the different stages. Unless the following guidelines are cautiously and timely followed up there will most certainly be delays in shipment of goods which will consequently result to late clearance and delivery of the goods to the final customer. The supplier can be held responsible for any additional costs incurred on shipment due non-compliance of the import procedures.
1. Import Declaration Form (IDF)
All imports to Tanzania require an IDF. When the importer in Tanzania applies for an IDF, the information to be filled out on the application is to be provided by the supplier together with a Proforma Invoice. Following information is required on the Proforma Invoice to facilitate accurate application of IDF.
Required from the supplier
- Specification and a clear description of the quantity and quality of the goods
- Free On Board (FOB) Value
- Freight Value (if applicable)
- Customs Harmonised Commodity Code
- Currency of the payment
- Mode of Transportation
- Goods Country of Origin
- The Proforma invoice number and final invoice number must read same.
2. Introduction to Destination Inspection (DI)
The Tanzania Revenue Authority has mandated that effective July 1st, 2004 all imports into Tanzania will be subject to Destination Inspection by TANZANIA INSPECTION SERVICE CO. (TISCAN). This is a Tanzanian registered company and a member of the COTECNA S.A GROUP.
3. Objectives of DI in Tanzania
The key objectives of PSI in Tanzania are as follows
- To verify the quality and quantity of imports
- To assist Customs with the collection of the correct amounts of duties and taxes
- To provide Customs with an independent opinion of the Dutiable Value for Customs purposes
- To verify the accuracy of tariff codes classifications
- Computation of the correct duties and taxes payable
- To provide the Government of Tanzania with reliable and up-to-date statistics related to Trade and Customs revenues
4. Imports subject to DI
All imports to Tanzania irrespective of value
5. Imports exempted from DI
- Commercial samples and goods returning after repair
- Supplies to Diplomatic Missions or International Organizations · Transit Goods
- Parcel post goods or express couriers not exceeding USD 5,000 in value
- Emergency supplies airlifted as may be approved by the Tanzania Revenue Authority
6. Preparation for DI
As soon as an importer has arranged to import goods and has entered into a contract with an overseas supplier, he should apply to his Commercial Bank for an Import Declaration Form (IDF).
The importer must present a Proforma Invoice for the goods to be imported and will be obliged to pay a Destination Inspection Processing Fees of 1.2% of the FOB value to his Commercial Bank.
The Bank will then transfer the IDF and Proforma Invoice to Importer and TISCAN in Dar-es-Salaam, usually within the same working day. Importers and agents have to ensure that an IDF with all relevant Documents reach the Inspection Company at least 10 working days prior to arrival of the goods.
7. Risk Profiling
With each import, associated risk is identified through risk profiling. · Low risk (Green Channel) – Goods may be released without physical inspection · Medium risk (Yellow Channel) – Full Container Load (FCL) consignments will be subject to x-ray scanning · High risk (Red Channel) – Goods shall be subject to physical inspection by Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) to determine compliance
8. The DI Process
- Once TISCAN receives the IDF and Pro forma Invoice from the Bank, a preliminary review of the documents is carried out and the details entered into TISCAN computer system. TISCAN will electronically transmit the IDF data to affiliate in country of export for documentary data verification.
- Upon receipt of original documentation from suppliers, TISCAN shall prepare an Internal Findings Report (IFR)
- Upon receiving the IFR and there is no discrepancy in the importer’s declaration, TISCAN issues a Preliminary Classification and Valuation Report (PCVR) and Declared Classification and Valuation Report (DCVR). The PCVR / DCVR provides TISCAN’s opinions on values, classification and level of Intervention / Inspection determined by the CRMS.
- If importer accepts PCVR, he signs it and applies for a Single Bill of Entry (SBE). Documents to be submitted together with the application include PCVR, IDF copy, Original Shipping documents e.g. Commercial Invoice and Ocean Bill of Lading together with original duty/taxes exemption documents (if applicable).
- Once SBE has been issued and accepted into the Customs Sytems, no additional declaration or access is permissible. In event the importer rejects contents of the PCVR, he may put it in writing to TISCAN giving reasons for not accepting the declared information. In accordance with importer’s right to appeal, the importer can prepare own SBE under protest and attach to this the original SBE issued by TISCAN. This is then lodged with Customs to determine the finality in accordance with the law.
- TISCAN will then issue a Final Classification and Valuation Report (FCVR) together with the SBE.
- Once SBE has been issued the importer or his agent will pay applicable duties and taxes to the designated Bank. The importer/agent submits the certified original of the SBE, Pay-in Slip and IDF together with supporting documents to Customs for goods clearance.
- The importer requests for Inspection at the port once Customs Long room process has been completed. This is done either physically, documentary check and/or by x-ray scan for all loaded containers.
- If scanning results conform to declaration, release is issued immediately. Any discrepancies e.g. undeclared goods noted, the container is directed to a re-check area for physical examination. Any undeclared goods are seized and subject to forfeiture with penalties imposed according to Customs Laws. Such action could also lead to possible prosecution.
9. Shipping Documents
Air freight – Original AWB, Supplier’s invoice(s) and Packing list(s) to accompany shipment.
Seafreight – Original OB/L, Supplier’s invoce(s) and Packing list(s) to be couriered to importer or his C&F Agent immediately after shipment of goods.
10. Tanzania – DI Process
- Purchases an IDF at relevant bank (USD.10)
- Submits completed IDF to the bank ( pay 1.2% of the FOB value on Tanzania Revenue Authority account) along with a legible and complete Proforma invoice (PFI)
TANZANIA INSPECTION SERVICE CO. (TISCAN)
- Registers the IDF previously received from the bank and electronically transmits data to affiliate in country of export for documentary data verification.
- Submits original commercial invoice and packing list to TISCAN
- Prepares Internal Findings Report (IFR) and issues
- Preliminary Classification and Valuation Report (PCVR)
- Declared Classification and Valuation Report (DCVR)
- PCVR and applies for Single Bill of Entry (SBE)
- Issues a Final Classification and Valuation Report (FCVR) together with SBE
- Pays to the bank the duties and taxes as indicated in the SBE.
- Lodge request for Inspection
- If scanning results conform with declaration, goods are released
- Any discrepancies, container is directed to re-check area for physical examination
- Any undeclared goods found are seized, forfeited and penalties imposed to importer
- Any excess goods found, full duties and taxes are payable.
The Common Market for East and Southern Africa
The Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA) has been operating, in one form or another, since 1981. COMESA aims to promote economic integration via the removal of barriers to trade and investment among COMESA member states. Moreover, COMESA aims to advocate for infrastructure development, and development in science and technology. Economic integration is envisaged to progress from the Free Trade Area (FTA) to an economic monetary union. The FTA became operational on 1st November 2000 with nine participating countries initially. The nine member countries that are implementing zero tariffs are Egypt, Sudan, Djibouti, Malawi, Madagascar, Mauritius, Zambia and Zimbabwe. However in January 2004, Burundi and Rwanda joined the FTA, bringing the total number of participating countries to eleven.
The COMESA FTA is an agreement among members not to apply customs duties or charges on goods traded amongst themselves. The eligible goods for duty-free treatment must meet the agreed upon Rules of Origin. Members also agree to eliminate all non-tariff barriers to trade between them.
A COMSEA Certificate of Origin is required for each consignment of goods and is obtained from the Revenue Authority in respective member countries.
The Southern Africa Development Community
The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) aims to promote regional integration and sustainable development in the regional community.
Members of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), comprising 14 countries, signed a Trade Protocol, which calls for the implementation of a Free Trade Area. Each country has negotiated two reduced tariff schedules. One schedule is applicable only for South Africa, and another schedule for all other SADC members. Zambia's implementation of her offer, effective 30th April 2001, is provided to those countries that provide Zambia with the SADC reduced tariff schedule.
The reduction of tariffs to South Africa provide for delayed liberalization, while the schedule to other members provide for broader and faster access to the South Africa market. The tariff schedule applicable to SADC members, with the exception of South Africa, has three categories. Category A products are those products which go to zero-duty immediately upon implementation. The tariff for Category B products gradually goes down to zero-duty over a period of eight years, and the tariff of Category C products reaches zero-duty twelve years after implementation. Category C products are known as sensitive products, and include for Zambia meat and dairy products, tea, some flours, raw sugar, cement, textiles and clothing, and motor vehicles.
Plans are currently underway to establish a Free Trade Agreement by 2008, and a SADC Customs Union by 2010.
A SADC Certificate of Origin is required for each consignment of goods and is obtained from the Revenue Authority.
Dar es Salaam
Dar es Salaam port is the Tanzania principal port with a rated capacity of 4.1 million (dwt) dry cargo and 6.0 million (dwt) bulk liquid cargo. The Port has a total quay length of about 2,000 metres with eleven deep-water berths. Dar es Salaam port handles about 95% of the Tanzania international trade. The port serves the landlocked countries of Malawi, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda.
The port is strategically placed to serve as a convenient freight linkage not only to and from East and Central Africa countries but also to middle and Far East, Europe, Australia and America. The port of Dar es Salaam has the following marine crafts:
• Six (6) Berthing Tugs
• Sixteen (16) Lighter Towing Tugs
• Four (4) Lighters
• Two (2) Labour Launches
• Two (2) Pilot Boats
• Two (2) Patrol Boats
• Thirteen (13) Mooring Boats
• Storage: Eleven main quay transit sheds, total area 300,000m2; two transit sheds at the back of the port totalling 17,000m2; passenger sheds, baggage halls, customs warehouse and transit depots etc. Stacking grounds of 93,000m2 at the main port and 20,539m2 at Ubungo. Fully automated silos are operational at the grain terminal. Three bagging plants of approximately 90 tonnes per hour in 50kg bags. Temperature controlled silos have a capacity of 30,000 tonnes.
• Tanker terminals: Kurasini Oil Jetty, a 'T' shaped jetty, starbaord side 9.5m depth for vessels up to 175m in length and up to 183m length for vessels with operational bow thruster. Single bouy mooring for vessels up to 120,000 deadweight tonnage, maximum depth 17m.
• Container and Ro/Ro facilities: Container terminal at Berth numbers 9-11, total berth length of 560m. Equipment includes two container gantry cranes. Container yard area of 5.2 hectares and there is a container freight station with covered area of 3000m. Inland container depot at Ubungo. Ro/Ro vessels can be moored stern to quay between Berths 6 - 7.
• Cranes: Two gantry ship to shore cranes, one rail mounted gantry crane and five rubber tyred gantry cranes. Sixty other cranes of 4-30 tonnes. Sixty nine tractors and 115 trailers, each capable of carrying 40' containers, 157 forklift trucks.
• Ship repairs: Small 100 tonne cap slipway, depth 1.83m low water ordinary spring tide.
• Working hours: 24 hours in three shifts, except Sundays when there are two shifts.
• Towage: Eight lighter-towing and six berthing tugs available.
• Airport: International Airport 13km from port.
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Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa,
Swaziland, Angola, Mozambique, Madagascar,
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|Eastern Africa||Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Malawi,
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Democratic Republic of the Congo - Zaire,
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