How to Classify Your Goods for Customs Using the Harmonisation System

How to Classify Your Goods for Customs Using the Harmonisation System

Goods are classified by product across 21 chapters.

Raw materials/simple products are in the lower chapters. Finished goods are in the higher chapters.

HS codes are recognised globally up to the 6 digit level.

Find out more in this blog article

Posted on 11/02/2022 by admin
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