Dubai Customs issued Customs Declaration No. (13/2021) regarding the movement of goods through e-commerce between companies.
She explained that it is in line with Dubai’s e-commerce strategy, which aims to enhance Dubai’s position as a global capital of the new economy and a global logistics platform for the region, and to create a flexible business and investment environment, in addition to government integration with the private sector and its logistical advantages, and for the purposes of simplifying and facilitating customs procedures and organizing the movement of goods between companies. Through electronic commerce channels, the following has been decided:
Article (1) Definitions
A. Department: Dubai Customs
B. Companies: commercial companies, including free zone companies, and customs warehouses registered with the department under the activity of electronic commerce. NS. Value: The value of the goods for customs purposes in accordance with the unified customs law of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.
– Article (2) Registration
a. to companies wishing to trade via e-commerce channels; Register first in the department’s customer registration system without the need to add e-commerce activity” in the trade license.
NS. Logistics companies are allowed to clear goods for the companies contracting with them, provided that their customers are registered and added in the department’s customer registration system.
Article (3) Customs Clearance
Customs data for e-commerce goods between companies is accomplished through the DE-Trade portal as per the established procedures.
Article (4) Service Charges
It shall be exempted from customs services fees related to customs declarations, the value of which does not exceed (30,000) dirhams, carried out between companies in accordance with the provisions of this announcement.
Article (5) Customs Declarations
The provisions of this declaration shall be applied to customs declarations in the following cases:
A. From the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the outside world to the local market.
NS. From the free zone and customs warehouses to the local market.
NS. From the GCC countries and the outside world to the free zone and customs warehouses.
Dr.. From the local market to the GCC countries and the outside world.
NS. From the local market to the free zone and customs warehouses.
F. From the free zone and customs warehouses to the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the outside world.
G. Temporary entry from the outside world, the free zone, customs warehouses, and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries into the local market.
h. Transfer within the same free zone.
I. Crossing between free zones in the Emirate of Dubai
J. Transfer between customs warehouses in the Emirate of Dubai
K. From customs warehouses to free zones.
NS. From free zones to customs warehouses.
Article (6) General Provisions
A. Companies must obtain the necessary approvals from the competent authorities for goods that are restricted or subject to a procedure.
B. Electronic statements and invoices for companies are accepted upon customs clearance, provided that they are kept and all documents and records of entry and exit of goods in an electronic archiving system approved by the department, and submit them upon request.
The penalties stipulated in the Unified Customs Law and its Executive Regulations and the decisions issued pursuant thereto regarding violations related to the provisions of this declaration shall be applied.
a. The Customer Happiness Department is responsible for registering companies or adding activities in the customer registration system.
NS. The Customs Tariff and Origin Department shall be the concerned department to consider resolving any dispute arising or related to the application or interpretation of this declaration.
This announcement shall be effective from 14/2021/11, and all that contradicts its provisions shall be cancelled, and all concerned departments shall take the necessary measures to implement it, each within its jurisdiction.
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