Training Date :
15th -16th January 2018
7th – 8th May 2018
Sometime, employees are being placed in their respective position to carry out tasks for the position but they are lack of detail knowledge of the procedures and documentations required to perform the tasks. This resulted a lot of mistake and as a result costing the company in paying penalties or delay in getting the work done as well as generating low productivity. This “Malaysian Import and Export Procedures and Documentation” training seek to transfer the knowledge of the Procedures and Documentation required for any Import and Export carried out in Malaysia to the participants.
This “Malaysian Import and Export Procedures and Documentation” training will enlighten the business community particularly those involved in importation / exportation as to the relevant Customs Procedures and Documentation required. The Seminar will highlight the relevant provisions of the Customs Act to enable the business to conduct their business in an orderly and efficient manner and to highlight the electronic application in Import & Export Procedures. The participants will also be introduced to the implication of GST on Import & Export Procedures.
HOW WILL YOU BENEFIT
- Understand the latest Customs Import and Export Procedures.
- Understand the various Customs forms / composite forms and its use.
- How to deal with Assessment, Classification, Refunds & Drawback.
- Problems normally associated with Imports and Exports and how to overcome them.
- How GST which replaces Sales Tax will affect Procedures and Documentation.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is suitable for all Manufacturers, Importers, Exporters, Trading Houses, Tax Consultants and Practitioners in understanding the complexity of Customs Procedures.
Power Points Presentation, Lectures, Discussions and Q & A sessions.
Module 1 : Customs Legislation – Acts, Regulations & Orders
Module 2 : Customs Organizational Structure
Module 3 : Import & Export Procedures
- Legal landing place & mode of import
- Inward & outward manifests and out turn certificates
- Import & Export declaration forms and supporting documents
- Claim for preferential tariff and certificate of origin – AFTA, ACFTA, MJEPA, AKFTA, AANZFTA, AIFTA, MFTA, MCFTA
- Rules of Classification & Valuation
- Payment Under Protest
- Claim for exemption under Customs Duties (Exemptions) Order 2008 / GST (Relieft) Order 2014
- Customs Advanced Ruling on Classification and Valuation
- Examination and Assessment
- Payment of duty and release
- Warehousing of goods and suspension of GST
- Facilities for rapid clearance
- Refund / Drawback of duties paid
Module 4 : GST Implications on Import Procedures
- GST (Relief) Order 2014
- Approved Trader Scheme
- Warehousing Scheme
- Importation by Agents
- Valuation of Imported Goods
- Temporary Import / ATA Carnet
- Overpayment / Underpayment of GST
- Goods lost under customs control
- Temporary Export
- GST Implications on leased goods
Module 5 : GST Implications on Export Procedures
- Place and Time of Exportation
- Export of Services
- Liability of GST on exported goods
- Classification / Valuation on exported goods
- Temporary Export
- Export on behalf of Overseas Principal
- Third Party Export
- Approved Toll Manufacturer Scheme
- Export Documentation
- GST (Relief) Order 2014
Module 6 : Import / Export Prohibition Orders 2008
- category of goods absolutely / conditionally prohibited from import & export
Module 7 : Post – Import Activities
Module 8 : Transshipment / Transit procedures
- meaning of transshipment and in transit
- movement of goods over Principal Customs Area
- movement to an Inland Customs Station
- the use of Customs Form No. 8 & its procedures
- GST implications on transshipment / transit procedures
Module 9 : Transportation procedures
- movement of goods between East and West Malaysia
- use of Bank Guarantee and General Bond
- Customs (Restriction of Movement) Order 2000
- the use of Customs Form No. 3 and procedures
Module 10 : Customs procedure in Labuan / Langkawi
- Special Provisions
- Import Procedure in the Islands
- Export Procedures in the Islands
- Control Over Vehicles – e-VIS
- Control over cigarettes and liquor
- GST implications on Designated Areas
Module 11 : Import & Export Procedures in Free Zones – Forms FZ1 – FZ6
Module 12 : GST Implications on Procedures in FIZ, FCZ and LMW
Module 13: Import / Export Procedures for Defective Goods
Module 14 : Customs Declaration Forms (K1 – K22) / Composite Forms (JKED 1 – JKED 5) and GST 03
Module 15 : Use of Bank Guarantee, General Bond (K18) and other kinds of security
Module 16 : Customs Facilitation
- Customs Information System (SMK)
- e-Payment (EFT)
- e-Release (GCS)
- Vehicles Information System (e-VIS)
- Container Security Initiative (CSI)
- Customs Golden Client (CGC/AEO)
Module 17 : Introduction to U-Customs
Module 18 : Customs Appeal Tribunal / GST Appeal Tribunal
Module 19 : Conclusion
LLB (Hons) Lond., CLP (Malaya), ACIS (UK), ACTIM
Nadaraja was formerly with the Royal Malaysia Customs (1981-1997) as a Senior Officer of Customs having served in various units and his key areas of focus includes customs administration, import and export procedures, classification, valuation, licensing and compliance matters. He posses an in depth knowledge of various customs legislation including Customs Act, Sales Tax Act, Service Tax Act, Excise Act and other subsidiary legislation. He has vast experience in Customs matters and has been a guest lecturer at the Royal Malaysia Customs Academy in Malacca on various occasions to deliver lectures on various aspects of Customs laws and procedures.
In 1997 he left the Customs Department on optional retirement for private practice as an Advocate and Solicitor.
He is now involved in legal practice and at the same a time is actively involved in conducting seminars and workshops on customs matters. He has also conducted in house training for various companies including statutory bodies and has advised and consulted upon by companies on issues such as customs and sales tax valuation, classification, service tax matters, drawback, refunds, exemptions and others. He was officially appointed by the Customs Department to conduct Basic Customs Course for forwarding agents during the year 2005 – 2007.
He is also an Associate of the Malaysia Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators and an Associate Member of Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia (ACTIM) and is currently involved in customs litigation and rendering of consultancy services on Customs matters.
Course Fees & Registration
FEE PAYABLE PER PARTICIPANT :
Normal Price : RM1,688
Early Bird (15 days before event) : RM1,588
Group Discount (>2 participants) : RM1,388
Fee includes course materials, lunch, 2 tea breaks per day and Certificate of Attendance (upon completion of the training).
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