How to Import Parts and Accessories of Motor Vehicle In Benin

 Import Parts and Accessories of Motor Vehicle In Benin By Online

  1. Then, you (importer) begin by contacting a broker who is approved to finish the formalities for customs. You can physically present yourself at the agent’s office or send him remotely (mail, telephone) the information/documents necessary for the importation procedure i.e (bill of landing, commercial invoice for the goods and electronic cargo tracking slip) Link
  2. How to  Import Parts and Accessories of Motor Vehicle In Benin
    How to Import Parts and Accessories of Motor Vehicle In Benin
  3. The broker will prepare an estimate based on the cost to be borne by all the agencies or structures that be involved in the process of importing for the shipment to reach their destination, which includes commission costs for the agent) Based on the information you obtained from the importer and send you a quote slip.
  4. If you are an importer and agree to the broker’s services and agree to the broker’s services, you will have to pay the broker’s fees in cash, with a cheque or Bank transfer within a day when you have paid. you will receive a an order to transit at broker’s offices, based on a bill of land, commercial invoice.

The handling of products by the broker with the authorization

  1. The broker authorized connects to the one-stop-shop platform of trading in foreign exchange Link and gives all the details regarding the product and electronically uploads the necessary documents to be processed for certification by the appropriate authority.
  2. The broker within three days be issued with the certificate of documentary verification via email, that will establish the value allocated to him by Benin Control. The value assigned by Benin Control can be used as a reference in how to calculate customs duty.
  3. The broker then goes to a consignment firm and provides the bill of lading’s number and the date that is expected when the goods will be removed. goods . The broker receives an invoice for delivery of the goods to the consignee. Note that the invoice will not get issued in the event that merchandise are not yet on the Port. Check out the contact information of the consignee’s company by clicking this link. Link
  4. The broker is required to pay the invoice at the location of the consignee (cashier) or, more frequently using a consignee’s bank of preference and then get an order to deliver that is consigned to the consignee’s receipt, the invoice of the receipt to.

The establishment of the Customs declaration Customs declaration

  1. The authorized broker goes the broker to Benin Chamber of Commerce and Industry offices, where they buy the forms for customs declaration, comprised of five sheets, which are sold in increments of 100 sheets to CCIB payment receipts. CCIB invoice for payment.
  2. The broker then connects to the ASYCUDA system and enters the declaration of each bill of landing of the goods and obtain 5 copies of the import declaration documents for each of the following agencies i.e .
  3. The broker will then head towards the customs Port Recipe Office, Inspector Liquidator unit to submit the five copies of the declaration file as well as other documentation to the Customs Inspector’s office to verify and get the liquidated declaration copy of the import declaration and clear import declaration carrier copy.

The single expense form is regulated by

  1. The authorized broker visits or connects to a verified handling website, if one is there is one and provides the required details (name of the client as well as the nature of the operation and name of transportation company) to receive the invoice from Stevedoring (port handling costs). Check out the list of companies certified to handle via this hyperlink
  2. The broker will then get an email notification informing him that the invoices being processed by various structures of Port Single Window. Port Single Window platform i.e. (stevedore, PAC, CNCB, CNERTP, CCIB, SEGUB, GUOCE and Customs) are being checked and validated. The broker will then receive BFU issued invoice. BFU issue invoice. Notification: The broker authorized is able to track the issuance of each invoice on using the GUP platform.
  3. The broker will then take the BFU issued invoice printout towards either Bank of Africa or ECOBANK and makes payment against the BFU invoice. Then, they will receive the BFU Bank receipt.
  4. The authorized broker connects GUP. GUP platform to determine whether the bank has confirmed that the BFU fee transaction. They then download the BFU OK slip.

The preparation of goods prior to their enter through the port.

  1. The broker then connects the GUP-SEGUB’s web Connect and inputs in the as well as the GUP generates an BACT number.
  2. The service agent of the handling company stevedore’s communicates with the GUP platform to verify whether the BAS-box (receipt) has been verified within the system prior to issuing the receipt to the broker for collection (one duplicate) i.e. the receipt for collection is the demand for the delivery of items.
  3. The authorized broker connects the site of the Cotonou Port Authority’s Autonomous The PAC site link for the announcement of arrival by the truck that will be able to collect the goods. It also will provide the necessary information to determine the name of the truck (BFU number, the name of driver as well as co-drivers and co-driver, date of arrival for the truck, the name of the company that is the transit agent and the name of the authorized broker).He is then sent email notification and can print the slip for the truck that has been identified as the one to be called.

Moving the goods onto the vehicle.

  1. The broker travels to the port in cotonou using the truck. They submit the ‘called truck slip’, BFU OK slip’ to the port agent at the gatehouse for certification The agent then reviews the trucks against SYGES platform, and then issues the sealed truck documents to the driver of the truck.
  2. The driver is directed to the parking lot number 250 at the port to collect documents from the port. Macaron against the sealed truck document in the Macaron office for issuance.
  3. Within 5 days, the driver will be issued the badge, two armbands and a macaron (with the date of release) in the presence of the agent for port at the office of exit parking.
  4. The driver takes through the truck’s route to find one warehouse operations (COMAN) located at the port at contonou. He then presents the required documents (driver’s license, handler’s remover’s document) in the hands of the representative that is registering the vehicle, sends the file to them and issue an identification card to the driver.
  5. The driver then goes to the docks for loading and then park the truck. The machine operator (handling agent) is able to load containers (s) on the truck with the help of a forklift.
  6. The driver of the truck drives towards Coman Park’s exit gate. Once there, the Coman Park exit gate turns off his vehicle and is allowed to exit out of the truck. the customs agent climbs onto a scaffolding to examine whether the truck is in good condition. The customs agent after that, the system informs that the truck has been removed from COMAN. COMAN fleet. The information is then transmitted into the system of partners (GUP SIGES-Port, GUP.)

The container is slung

  1. The collector or driver send his registration details to GEP-cashier’s office at the port of cotonou. Once there, he will receive the GEP receipt. He then takes the driver to the visa control office to hand over the GEP receipt to the agent who will be confirmed and get the slip of slinging visa. The slinging visa has to be provided to the team that slings the container, so that they can inspect the contents and the slinging process from the vessel by the team in the port.

Control and the exit of the products from the port

  1. The broker will then send the importation document file to the the customs quarter’s secretariat. the deputy shift supervisor joins GUP. GUP platform, confirms that the stevedore is in the system that the items have been loaded onto the truck, and that the truck has left the port by an agent from the port and issues the BFU that is a target for Brigade Chief. After the truck has arrived an assistant shift supervisor will take over the physical inspection of the goods in collaboration with port agents.
  2. The merchandise will also be examined and the document for importation is checked by the weighting agent and control at the port. The agent will issue the weighting invoice, which the broker will have to settle against the invoice, and receive the weighting receipt.
  3. Following being inspected, the container will be permitted to leave and travel towards the warehouse/store of the importer. It is important to note that the container has to be delivered back to the Port after being cleared of any goods.

Documents that are required

  • bill of landing
  • commercial invoices for the goods
  • Electronic cargo tracking slip
  • Import declaration documents file .
  • Importer card
  • The intention to import
  • The declaration of the value
  • Receipt for the consignor
  • Professional card that is authorized by the broker
  • National identity card (importer/broker)
  • BFU issued a slip
  • Called sealed truck
  • Ticket identification number slip
  • Slips being tossed

Office Locations and Contacts

THE WORLD SOCIETY FOR CONSIGNMENT and TRANSIT
Address: Boulevard Saint Michel, Cotonou 04
BP 1186
Tel: +229 21 32 13 54
Fax: +229 21 32 13 48

List of authorized Brokers for Benin
link
List of authorized handling businesses
link
List of consignees certified by the businesses in contonou Benin
Link

BENIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRIES
Cotonou 01 Address Cotonou 01
BP 31
Tel: +229 21 31 12 38 / +229 21 31 20 81
Fax: +229 21 31 32 99
Email: ccib@intnet.bj

ASYCUDA
Cotonou 01 Address Cotonou 01
BP 400
Tel: +229 21 31 22 36
Email: douanes_beninoises@yahoo.fr

GUP-SEGUB
Address: Residential zone, Cotonou 08
BP 0658
Tel: +229 21 31 99 88 / +229 21 31 99 89
Website: link

PAC
Address: Avenue de la marina, Cotonou
Tel: +229 21 31 52 80 / +229 21 31 28 90

AUTONOMOUS COTONOU PORT
Contact: Cotonou 01
BP 837
Tel: +229 21 31 17 24 / +229 21 31 30 81
Web site: Link

Eligibility

  • Authorized brokers are hired by an importer to import components and accessories of motor vehicles into Benin

Processing Time

  • The estimated processing time (between {different steps various steps (cumulatively) is between 3 and 11 days.

Instructions

To access ASYCUDA system

  • Sign the form from his office, if he has access to ASYCUDA (the broker needs to have been authorized, and the software has to be installed on his system). or
  • Utilize the computer and internet connection that is accessible in the room that is not marked (computer space) in the office of customs.

The Information You Need

  • Information on the importer
  • Contact information of the importer
  • The details of the broker
  • List of products to be imported by the importer
  • The country of source
  • Point of entry
  • National Identity Card number (importer/broker)
  • Driver’s license details
  • Information on the components and accessories of the motor vehicle.

The document is needed

  • The accessories and parts imported for the automobile have to be declared and conform to the rules for customs and the mandatory standard established by the Ministry of industry and commerce in order to be permitted to enter Benin.

Information that could be helpful

More information on the documents that are required and the various ways to import them.

Processing of product by the broker who is authorized to handle them

  • An authorized broker in customs (CAD) is a commissioned by the economic regulator to act on behalf of its client.

Customs declaration

  • Exports or imports of products have to be subject to customs duty. The customs authorities of Benin have created an information system known as ASYCUDA World that allows approved brokers to create their declarations from their offices prior to proceeding in liquidation.

The regulation of the Cost Slip as a Single Cost Slip

  • After the finalization from the Customs Declaration following the customs declaration, the Port Single Window generates a Single Fee Schedule (BFU) which records all charges incurred by the various structures that are associated with the import process. The BFU is then processed by either of BOA’s two banks that are partners (Ecobank and BOA).

Prepared for Port Entry

  • Every truck that is arriving at the port autonomous of Cotonou will have to announce its arrival. The announcement is made via an online portal set up by the port, which lets you get “the signal for the pickup”.

The loading of the products

  • Within of the ports, the vehicle travels towards the yard of Stevedore to load the container with freight.

The container is slung

  • Slinging involves securing containers to trucks using the aid of wires to stop it from falling off of the truck, and also to prevent traffic accidents.

Control and the exit of the product

  • They include the numerous documentation physical and documentary checks conducted by customs officials, in conjunction or not with port agents, before the items are released.

External Links

  • Benin Trade Portal: Link

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