Every country has its own rules for exports and imports. Indonesia is no exception. In this article, we will discuss how you can import from Indonesia. Starting from the requirements to the procedure in general.
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Literally, importing to Indonesia means importing goods from outside Indonesia to Indonesia. However, it is not as simple as that.
The Indonesian government has set rules and regulations for importing. Below, we describe how to import into Indonesia in general.
Importer's Main Requirements.
1. NIB (Business Registration Number).
NIB or Nomor Induk Berusaha is a number that indicates the establishment permit of your business.
To obtain a NIB, you must have a legal business established in Indonesia. If you do not have an official business, you obviously cannot import to Indonesia.
2. SIUP (Business Permit for Trade)
The second one is the business permit (SIUP). After you get the NIB to establish a business, you need a SIUP to do export-import trade in Indonesia.
3. NPWP (Taxpayer Identification Number)
Identification Number is a sign that your business complies with tax regulations in Indonesia.
Import Tax in Indonesia
It is regarding the responsibilities and matters involved in the delivery of goods. Include transportation insurance.
Goods Loading into Container
Also, choose a trusted freight forwarder to insure your goods. This will ensure that they can do the stuffing process properly.
Next, choose a transportation company that you can trust. Likewise, you can either transport by ship or by air. Make sure that you do not forget the goods documents such as the bill of lading.
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