CIRCULAR OF THE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CUSTOMS AND EXCISE NO. SE-28/BC/2001 DATED SEPTEMBER 5, 2001
THE EXPORT OF UNPROCESSED IMPORTED-GOODS/MATERIALS BY COMPANIES SECURING EXPORT FACILITIES
Heads of Customs and Excise Service Offices
within the Directorate General of Customs and Excise
In the framework of the provision of service for exported that will re-export imported goods/materials securing export facilities, which are not yet processed, it deemed necessary to provide the following affirmations :
1. Exporters to re-export must firstly secure letters of approval of re-export from heads of the local Customs and Excise Service Offices.
2. Exporters submit applications mentioning data on goods/materials to be re-exported, which include :
a. reasons for the re-export; b. destination country;
c. no. and date of import declaration (PIB); d. name of goods/materials;
e. no. of tariff heading;
f. quantity and unit of goods/materials to be re-exported
1. In the application, the supporting documents must be attached, namely : a. import documents (copies of PIB, invoice, packing list and STTJ);
b. letter of cancellation of orders from buyers, especially for the re-export due to cancellation from buyers.
1. The re-export is executed by using Export Declaration (PEB) securing export facilities and the physical inspection is carried out by the nearest Customs and Excise Office to the location of factory already stipulated as the office of loading port.
2. LPBC is issued for the physical inspection of the exported goods.
This is for your implementation.
THE DIRECTOR GENERAL sgd.
R.B. PERMANA AGUNG D.
1. Secretary to the Directorate General of Customs and Excise