1. When you are ready to ship, secure from the Authorized Agent Bank (AAB) an Export Declaration (ED) form with Foreign Exchange Proceeds form which you will accomplish and file at the same bank.
2. After processing the ED, the AAB releases to the exporter the original and, other copies of ED, except ED3. 3. Secure an export commodity clearance/export permit from the proper government commodity office, if your product is included in the list of regulated products for exportation or if the buyer requires.
4. With the required supporting documents, submit the accomplished ED form to the BOC Processing Unit for the approval of the Authority to Load (AL). Sending Sample Shipments
Secure and accomplish an Export Declaration (ED) without Foreign Exchange Proceeds from the AAB. Follow steps 1, 2, and 3 of Export Documentation.
Loading in Manila
Cargos to be transported by air are inspected by the Bureau of Customs (BoC) at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). Conventional cargo, whether containerized or non-containerized, to be transported by ship are inspected by the Customs Container Control Division and the Piers and Inspection division, respectively, after payment of the wharfage fee and arrastre charges. Wharfage fee and arrastre services may be paid at South Harbor or MICP Loading at Provincial Ports
Documentation (steps 1-3) may be done in Manila. After approval of the Authority to Load, the BoC sends message to BoC staff at the Port of Loading.
You can also process documents and secure Authority to Load from the local OSEDC (now in Clark, Davao, Baguio, General Santos, Iloilo, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, and Subic Bay Special Economic Freeport Zone).
5. After loading, the BoC issues the following documents upon request: Certificate of Origin, Form A for export products covered by the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) General Certificate of Origin for export products not availing of preferences under GSP...
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