External Procurement Management and Customs Clearance Course
Familiarizing participants with the rules and fundamentals of modern international trade and export licensing systems.
Enabling participants to acquire the effective and securing customs clearance skills and based on international rules and customs in clearance
Enabling participants to acquire the skills of conducting sampling, selecting sound and accurate sampling in the sampling process and detecting fraud and smuggling.
Developing the capacity of participants in managing the external procurement and customs clearance units.
Who Should Attend?
Directors of foreign procurement and import departments, heads of section and officials of procurement, shipping, clearance and import units, sales and export and international distribution staff, managers working in customs warehouses and in sector of maritime, land and air transport, logistics units, those who are rehabilitated them to hold the external procurement and customs clearance responsibilities.
Introduction to International trade
Reasons for external procurement and international trade.
Payment methods in international trade and opening of documentary credits.
Types of documentary credits and general conditions for opening the credit.
Conditions for delivery, insurance and shipping in international trade.
Export and re-export procedures.
Regulating outbound data and re-export data.
Inspecting, checking, and meeting scheduled fees.
Procedures for the payment of the customs declaration.
Export of goods from free zones.
Export License Systems
Goods subject to an export license.
Exemption from export license..
Goods confined to export.
Pre-export and re-export recommendation
Delaying in re-export data.
Export license fees.
Export fees and export inspection fees.
The services of the re-exported goods allowance.
Fines for smuggling, irregularities and trespassing.
Local market clearance procedures
Customs statement and methods of submission.
The contents of the customs declaration..
Declaration of goods.
Documents that must be strengthened for presenting the declaration.
Invoices and exemption cases.
Statement of tonnage received by sea.
Customs conditions for goods entering the country.
Amendment or revocation of the customs declaration.
Revocation of the customs declaration.
Inspection and customs speculation
Exempting from inspection.
Place and rate of inspection.
Transit inspection, Overall inspection.
The principle of selectivity in the inspection.
Inspection and analysis of goods.
Increase, decrease and tolerance rates.
Introduction to customs speculation rules.
Customs clearance through free zones
Customs definition of free zones.
Introducing goods into free zones
Introducing foreign and local goods.
Introducing imported goods for local consumption..
Introducing goods by sea.
Procedures for the introduction of goods and vehicles.
Procedures for the removal of goods and vehicles from free zones.