Customs for parcel shipping to Indonesia
Customs clearance in Indonesia can be handled in six different ways. Usually they estimate the value based on the average transaction price. If Indonesian Customs find that you have inaccurately declared the value request proof of value or they may rise it accordingly.
Normally import duties are decided by the type of commodity. Most goods have a duty of 3% to 26%. Some restricted items may be as high as 50% to 60%. Additional fees could be added for some types of goods. If a parcel is not cleared in a timely fashion then there will be a storage fee assessed.
Who ships parcels to Indonesia
Indonesia is party to the following trade pacts: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), IATA (Intl. Air Transport Association), World Trade Organization (WTO). Shipments from preferential countries should include proof of origin with their invoice.
Parcel documents delivering to Indonesia
Every package that goes to Indonesia should include a commercial invoice, certificate of origin, packing list, and a bill of lading. There are a small amount of commodities that are restricted by the government. Registered traders may qualify for a license if they are shipping, petroleum oil, scrap metal, metals bromide, explosive, artificial sweetners, raw plastic, salt, hand tools, or alcohol.
Parcel delivery limitations to Indonesia
The following kinds of goods are prohibited in Indonesia: dangerous goods, any media with Chinese characters in it, propaganda that is anti-Muslim or pro Communism, games of chance, newspapers, and any guns including toys. Restricted items are antiques, fine art, tobacco, electronics, pharmaceuticals, and used personal goods.
Indonesia is party to the following environmental agreements: Climate Change - Kyoto Protocol, Flora and Fauna Law of the Sea, Marine Life Conservation, Protection of wildlife and flora via the CITES Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, Tropical Timber 83, Tropical Timber 94, Wetlands Conservation.