Further information regarding IATA regulations on lithium batteries can be found here.
If a shipment inadvertently is transported to a prohibited destination country, it will become “undeliverable” and will be returned to the shipper/sender when possible, following standard procedure.
Starting May 1st 2016, the Indonesian Customs Office added informal entry shipments ("PIBK" entry type) to the new payment process.
The new process replaces the Customs, Excise and Tax Receipt letter or "Surat Setoran Pabean Cukai dan Pajak" (SSPCP) and State Revenue Transaction Number form or "Nomor Transaksi Penerimaan Negara" (NTPN) with a single State Revenue Receipt or "Bukti Penerimaan Negara" (BPN) as proof of payment for duty, excise and tax.
You may refer to the table below for more detailed information.
In preparation for the new regulation, please download this form and complete it with the required information and send it together with copies of your import documentation to [email protected] cc [email protected]
Posted on November 8, 2016 De Minimis Tax Exemption Provision on imports into the Philippines On October 26, 2016, the Philippines Bureau of Customs will implement a new De Minimis Tax Exemption Provision to increase the threshold from Php 10 to Php 10,000.
This prohibition applies to used IT products such as laptops, tablets, mobile phones, speakers, flash disk drives and digital cameras, as well as liquid-crystal display and light emitting diode screens.
Due to airline restrictions and government regulations, some countries are not available as origins or destinations for certain lithium battery shipments.
Please contact Customer Service for information on these service limitations.
USD200) or less will not be subject to duties and taxes.
For full details about the Customs memorandum, please visit you have any question, please call your local Fed Ex Customer Service team.