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Steps to clearing goods/cars from the port — Customs perspective.


Segun Oladipupo   |   

To clear your goods from the port, you have to have your bill of lading, you will apply to the Valuation Unit for ex-factory price(for vehicles)

In applying for ex-factory price, you must ensure that all information pertaining to the model, age and all vital information are truly declared.

Once you get the value for Customs purpose, you then proceed to CAPTURE the declaration with a licensed clearing agency.

Thereafter, you make payments and once its confirmed electronically, examination will be conducted. The examination could be 100 percent physical examination.

After examination, if there are no discrepancies, the vehicle will be released.

The clearing agent will proceed to release from the shipping company, after paying applicable terminal and shipping charges and  it is exited from the port

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  1. Please be sincere with write up,because these not the steps to clearing of goods in the port,I mean it’s not as easy as what uve written up here,so importers please dont think clearing is as easy as that,e no easy for us to clear ur goods

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