China Customs Clearance

SEEHOG IMPORT CUSTOMS CLEARANCE & BROKERAGE SERVICE is the largest import customs brokerage in China.  Established in 1997, holding network  10 branch offices in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Dong Guan, Suzhou, Ningbo, Tianjin, Qingdao, Xiamen and Hong Kong. Total 480 consultants focus onChina Customs Declaration, China Customs Clearance, China Customs Brokerage & Brokers, China import Shipping and Import door to door service, China Import Duty & Tax agent service,China Import warehouse and Local Trucking etc. SEEHOG mainly help to import 6 types of goods as MACHINES & PRODUCTION LINE, CHEMICALS, WOOD and LOGS, chemicals & cosmetics, Food & wines, aircraft & yatch GROCERY from Global to China. In the past 17 years, SEA HOG collected more than 80,000.00 successful import cases you can check by our webstie:


How to Caculate China Customs Duty & VAT?

What percentage of China Customs duty & VAT will be allocated byChina Customs Broker & Brokers for your particular goods? First, find the commodity code (keep this code as you will need to ensure that your clearing agent uses this on China Customs Clearance) and the rate of Customs Duty that's applicable to your goods. Multiply your total value of goods by the Customs Duty rate.  This is the approximate amount of Import Customs Duty that you would have to pay to China Customs Brokerage. And the rate of VAT in the China currently stands at 17%.  So to calculate the VAT, you need to do the following: Add the amount of Customs Duty (that you have just calculated) to the total value of your goods (including the shipping costs) and add all the China charges, such as China Customs clearance and China Customs Declaration costs (from port of arrival/Bonded Warehouse through to your door). Multiply this total amount by 17% to give an approximate amount of VAT that you would have to pay to China Customs.


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