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mujer

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #15 on: May 10, 2007, 11:35:49 pm »
hi spicy,

 i'm also into fashion business. san location ng business mo? tnx..

ChoC

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #16 on: May 15, 2007, 11:25:55 am »
whats the minimum so it wont be considered commercial quantity?

Importation of commodities with value less than US$500 and the goods must be one of a kind, meaning 1 pc per item.



I'm also interested on importing products from China. Pano kung may 3 klase kang products pero dika naman exceed ng US$500. Considered ba to na commercial quantity? Kailangan mo ba magpa accredit?

Thanks very much...

rst cb

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #17 on: May 15, 2007, 06:06:29 pm »
Hi,

Pwede po, as long as 1 item of a kind and the value is less than US$500. accreditation of such is not required if the shipment is consign to the name of person not to the company.

Thanks

« Last Edit: May 15, 2007, 06:14:14 pm by RST C/B »

ChoC

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #18 on: May 16, 2007, 11:16:21 am »


Pano kung mag order ako ng 50 pcs coffee mugs and 50 pcs ladies bag pero ang total value less than US$500.00. Sa ganitong sitwasyon kailangan bako ma accredit muna?  Pwede ba i-consign ito sa pangalan ko lang o kailangan my companya ako?



Hi,

Pwede po, as long as 1 item of a kind and the value is less than US$500. accreditation of such is not required if the shipment is consign to the name of person not to the company.

Thanks




Pwede po ba malaman contact number nyo?

Thank very much.

rst cb

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #19 on: May 16, 2007, 04:46:27 pm »
Pag ganyan na po karami kahit less than US$500 ang value ng cargo ay maco-consider na commercial quantity ang importation nyo. kailangan magpa-accredit muna bago mag import to avoid any surcharges, at storage charges.

Note: Bininigyan po lamang ng 30 calendar days upon vessel/aircraft arrival na mag file ng import entry para hindi ma abandon ang cargo nyo.

Thanks.

ribbit

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #20 on: June 12, 2007, 08:00:22 pm »
hey RST C/B,
magkano ba usually ang pinapatong na tax (percentage) pag nag import ka ng isang product? say mag-i-import ako ng equipment worth $1000, weighing around 50 kgs, and around 4x4x4 cubic foot.  mga magkano pa ang additional na idadagdag dito?

thanks. ;)
« Last Edit: June 13, 2007, 10:30:05 pm by ribbit »

rst cb

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #21 on: June 13, 2007, 03:18:50 pm »
All importation are subject to 12% VAT except agricultural products in original form ay zero VAT and then plus customs duties depende sa product na i-import nyo like sa products na not-electrically operated may customs duty rate na 5%, 3%, 1%, etc depende sa usage ng products.. and electrically operated 15%, 10%, 5%, 3%, 1%, & 0% etc...

Pag member ng ASEAN countries may privileges din po among the members. For example: Pag nag import kayo ng garments galing sa Thailand, yon duty rate na 15% magiging 5% nalang po. But still subject to 12% VAT.

« Last Edit: June 13, 2007, 03:21:06 pm by RST C/B »

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #22 on: June 13, 2007, 07:27:14 pm »
All importation are subject to 12% VAT except agricultural products in original form ay zero VAT and then plus customs duties depende sa product na i-import nyo like sa products na not-electrically operated may customs duty rate na 5%, 3%, 1%, etc depende sa usage ng products.. and electrically operated 15%, 10%, 5%, 3%, 1%, & 0% etc...

Pag member ng ASEAN countries may privileges din po among the members. For example: Pag nag import kayo ng garments galing sa Thailand, yon duty rate na 15% magiging 5% nalang po. But still subject to 12% VAT.



Hi,

Plano ko pong mg import ng mga products sa china such as novelties and toys.  may contact person nko dun pero ang problem ko ay ang pag papadala d2 sa pinas.  nag inquire ako sa fedex may kamahalan ang price nila though door to door na nga un at wala ng problem sa custom.  pero i want to know more sa shipping.  kung dadaan b sa custom ano ang mga taxes n kailngn kong bayran.  and kung may entrepreneur ng ng iimport sa china pwede b akong mkiride on sa container ninyo, kc mas alm kong mas mura ang gnon...and kung may agent na from china u can give me details on ur products.. still ngre2search ako ng mga products na mas mura at mganda.  Thank you

ribbit

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #23 on: June 13, 2007, 10:32:49 pm »
All importation are subject to 12% VAT except agricultural products in original form ay zero VAT and then plus customs duties depende sa product na i-import nyo like sa products na not-electrically operated may customs duty rate na 5%, 3%, 1%, etc depende sa usage ng products.. and electrically operated 15%, 10%, 5%, 3%, 1%, & 0% etc...

Pag member ng ASEAN countries may privileges din po among the members. For example: Pag nag import kayo ng garments galing sa Thailand, yon duty rate na 15% magiging 5% nalang po. But still subject to 12% VAT.

then bukod sa mga taxes na 'to, ano pa mga dapat paghandaan na mga babayaran? customs broker, of course :D .  mga magkano ba binabayad sa customs broker?  ano pa ibang babayaran?

thanks, RST C/B

rst cb

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #24 on: June 14, 2007, 09:37:05 am »
Hi,

Plano ko pong mg import ng mga products sa china such as novelties and toys.  may contact person nko dun pero ang problem ko ay ang pag papadala d2 sa pinas.  nag inquire ako sa fedex may kamahalan ang price nila though door to door na nga un at wala ng problem sa custom.  pero i want to know more sa shipping.  kung dadaan b sa custom ano ang mga taxes n kailngn kong bayran.  and kung may entrepreneur ng ng iimport sa china pwede b akong mkiride on sa container ninyo, kc mas alm kong mas mura ang gnon...and kung may agent na from china u can give me details on ur products.. still ngre2search ako ng mga products na mas mura at mganda.  Thank you

Kung may kalilala at mapag kakatiwalaan kayong company na nag i-import, pwede kayong makiride on sa kanila para may kahati kayo sa mga shipping at port charges.

Lahat ng door to door cargo ay dumamadaan po yan sa customs, even sa dhl o fedex man yan ay subject po sa customs formalities bago mailabas at e deliver sa inyo. basic charges po ay Customs duties/taxes, shipping charges, port charges, and brokerage fee.

Healthy business to all.

annagcruise

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #25 on: June 14, 2007, 09:56:36 am »
Kung mag pooling ba mga taga entrep sa pag-import, ok lang ba na iba-iba ang pangalan ng me ari ng commodity kung ilalagay sa isang container van para makatipid? Kailangan ba isa lang me ari nung gusto magshare sa container van?

rst cb

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #26 on: June 14, 2007, 10:57:33 am »
Hi Ms Anna,

Pwede po, basta palagyan nyo lang ng markings ang outside packaging ng cargo nyo. para easy to identify ang cargo nyo.

example: Name: Ms. Anna
             Adds:  Manila Phils
             cnt no: 1/5, 2/5 ect...
             Made in Japan

Sa Bill of lading 1 lang po ang consignee na allowed, pwede sa notify party if you want to add your name. Kung sino ang consignee sa bill of lading sya ang legal owner ng entire shipment. Kaya dapat sa mga mapag kakatiwalaan nyo lang kayo maki ride-on.

Healthy business to all...
             
« Last Edit: June 14, 2007, 11:01:17 am by RST C/B »

annagcruise

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #27 on: June 14, 2007, 11:22:34 am »
Me marecommend ka ba na mapagkakatiwalaan at hindi masyado mahal sumingil.

rst cb

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #28 on: June 14, 2007, 04:35:22 pm »
In my experience very seldom ang gumagawa ng ganito dahil nga po sa usapin ng TRUST.

How big in terms of cargo volume your products planning to import? Maybe I could suggest better possible ways na maka titipid kayo sa shipping and port charges. Pls PM me. Thanks

Healthy business to all...

edwin_edwin30

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Re: Importing Products
« Reply #29 on: June 14, 2007, 04:58:13 pm »
All importation are subject to 12% VAT except agricultural products in original form ay zero VAT and then plus customs duties depende sa product na i-import nyo like sa products na not-electrically operated may customs duty rate na 5%, 3%, 1%, etc depende sa usage ng products.. and electrically operated 15%, 10%, 5%, 3%, 1%, & 0% etc...

Pag member ng ASEAN countries may privileges din po among the members. For example: Pag nag import kayo ng garments galing sa Thailand, yon duty rate na 15% magiging 5% nalang po. But still subject to 12% VAT.

then bukod sa mga taxes na 'to, ano pa mga dapat paghandaan na mga babayaran? customs broker, of course :D .  mga magkano ba binabayad sa customs broker?  ano pa ibang babayaran?

thanks, RST C/B


BROKERAGE FEE
(Ref.: CAO 1-2001)

Declared value of Shipment

                                                                      FEE
Up to Php 10,000                                     Php 1,300
over        10,000 to 20,000                             2,000
over        20,000 to 30,000                             2,700
over        30,000 to 40,000                             3,300
over        40,000 to 50,000                             3,600
over        50,000 to 60,000                             4,000
over        60,000 to 100,000                           4,700
over       100,000 to 200,000                           5,300


Shipment exceeding two hundred thousand pesos (Php 200,000), a brokerage fee of one-eight of one percent shall be charge on the amount in excess of two hundred thousand pesos thereof.



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