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Procedure NameSummary
SARPCCO Clearance Certificate for Importing Motor Vehicles from Non-SADC AreasThis process represents the procedure for obtaining a SARPCCO clearance certificate which is required to register a new vehicle imported into the country from a non-SADC country.
Temporal ImportsA temporary import is whereby goods are brought into the country for a specific purpose after which they will be exported back.
SARPCCO Clearance certificate for Importing Motor Vehicles from the SADC RegionThis process represents the procedure for obtaining a SARPCCO clearance certificate which is required to register a new vehicle imported into the country from any area within the SADC Region. The certificate is obtained from the Police HQ.
Permanent Import for Personal useAn import for personal use is whereby the importer is bringing in the goods in their capacity as an individual person, and the goods are brought in as accompanied luggage and they will not be used for commercial purposes.
Re-Imports of GoodsRe-import of previously temporarily exported goods This model is used where previously goods were temporary exported for purposes such as further processing, repairs, service etc.
Import for WarehousingWhere goods are entered into storage in a bonded warehouse with duty or import VAT payments suspended. A customs warehouse allows importers to store goods with duty or import VAT payments suspended.
Export for Live Animals and Animal Products/ Health CertificateThe import process represents the procedure for obtaining a health certificate required to import live animals and animal products.
SARPCCO Clearance Certificate for Exporting Personal Motor VehiclesThe permit is in the form of a formal document (serialized with a prescribed format). The permit has a validity period of 90 days from date of issue and can be used once for each consignment. The certificate is obtained from the Police HQ in Mbabane.
Waste Management LicenseThis process represents the procedure for obtaining a License to export waste products, including fabric offcuts, waste oil and metals out of the Kingdom of Swaziland. All waste exports are controlled, and Licenses are required by all signatories of the B
Exporters RegistrationTo be entitled to make out a statement on origin, an exporter will have to be registered on a database by the SRA and become a registered exporter.
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