What is Goods Declaration (GD)

What is Goods Declaration (GD)

GD stands for Goods Declaration, It`s a custom online declaration form which uses to mention complete details (i.e. Quantity, Unit Price, Payment Terms etc.) of Goods that we want to import or export from Pakistan. Gd`s complete column wise detail discussed below

The latest customs clearing system in Pakistan is Weboc (Web Based One Customs) which is used for import / export customs clearance. In Weboc we need to fill declaration form online which is called GD (Goods Declaration), Once declared form filled in the customs system (Weboc) and your clearing agent successfully cleared your cargo from customs examination then customs allow you to load your container on the vessel and release your Gd which will use for B/L issue.

GD (Good Declaration) consist of 66 column which are given below:-


GD - 66 column List:-

1. Exporter's/Consignor's Name And Address
2. Declaration type
3. Valuation Method
4. Previous Reference
5. Page 1 of xx (it will show gd total pages)
6. Customs Office Location
7. Bank Code
8. IGM / EGM no ( Import Goods manifest / Export Goods manifest) no
9. Dry Port IGM / EGM no.
10. Importer's/Consignee's/Passenger Name & Address
11. Declarant (if other then Importer / Exporter) -- name of clearing agent
12. Phone number & address
13. CHAL no. ( Customs house agent license no.)
14. NTN number of consignee
15. STR number/ Passport number
16. Warehouse licence no.
17. Transaction type.
18. Documents attached
19. LC/DD no & date.
20. Country of Destination
21. Currency name & code ( US$ - 840 )
22. Vessel Mode of Transport. ( name of ship or airline name flight no. )
23. B/L - AWB - Container no & Date
24. Exchange rate
25. Port of shipment
26. Payment Terms
27. Port of Discharge
28. Place of delivery
29. Delivery Terms
30. Marks / Container no
31. Number of Packages
32. Type of Package
33. Gross weight
34. Volume M3 (cubic meter)
35. General Description of Goods
36. Incase of Dangerous Goods Indicate Classification . Flashpoint
37. Item no.
38. Quantity unit type (weight ~volume)
38. (b) No of units (for example 2000 kg or 2000 litre)
39. CO Code ( customs code)
40. SRO No.
41. HS Code (this is international customs Harmonised Code)
42. Item description of Goods
43. Unit type { declared [as per invoice} assessed [ as assessed by customs examiner] }
44. Total value { declared [as per invoice] assessed [ as assessed by customs examiner] }
45. Customs Value PKRs. { declared - assessed }
46. LEVY.
47. Rate
48. Sum Payable
49. SRO / Test Report no. date
50. FOB Value
51. Freight
52. CFR Value (cost & freight)
53. Insurance
54. Landing charges @ 1%
55. Other charges
56. Assessed Value PKRs.
57. Total Rebate Claim / Provisional Assessment U/S 81 ( applicable in special cases )
58. Machine no & date
59. Revenue recovery Code
60. Amount PKRs.
61. Apparising office name sign & stamp
62. Principal Appraiser name sign & stamp
63. Out of charge name sign & stamp
64. Declarant name & stamp ( clearing agent )
65. C/F/D no & date (cash pay order demand draft number & date)
66. Bank stamp with date ( This is a system generated document, it does not require signature or stamp” as defined in sub section (kka) of Section 2 of Customs Act 1969).GDs-Complete-Column-Wise-Details

* GD - 66 column Details With Explanation *

1. EXPORTER/ CONSIGNOR 

Import or Transit

Enter the full name and address of the exporter of the goods, i.e., the person or company selling the goods if they are imported under a contract of sale. Otherwise it is the person or company owning the goods immediately prior to their importation.

Export

Enter the full name and address of the exporter, who is the person or company selling the goods to the foreign customer.

2. DECLARATION TYPE 

The Declaration Type code refers to a two-code digit of the Customs Procedure Code (CPC) under which these goods are being declared. Enter the code indicating the customs “regime” to be applied to all goods on the declaration. This will be one of: import, export, temporary importation, warehouse, transit, transhipment, coastwise carriage, re-exportation or re-importation in the same state, duty free shop or free zone. Detailed information on CPC’s is provided in ANNEX 2.

3. VALUATION METHOD 

The declarant is to enter the code for the method used to determine and declare the method used to establish the value of the goods for customs purposes under Section 25 of the Customs Act 1969. Codes are provided in ANNEX 3

4. PREVIOUS. REF. 

This box may be used to indicate the previous reference to the consignment. In case of temporary exports / imports/ ex bonding or part shipment, please indicate the machine number of previous declaration.

5. PAGE 1 of -- PAGES

Enter the total number of pages included with this GD. This must include the first page and Continuation Sheets of, Form GD – II, if Continuation Sheet(s) is/are used.

6. CUSTOMS OFFICE 

Enter the code for the Customs office (port, airport, rail terminal or border station) where the GD is being lodged. (i.e Port Qasim (exports), Mcc export, AFU- Export(Air Port), Mcc export karachi (Pict, Kict) )

7. BANK CODE 

Enter the bank and branch code given by the commercial bank in Pakistan through which shipping documents will be sent and payment for the transaction has been/will be received. ( In Weboc its not used)

8. IGM / EGM NO. AND DATE 

Import / Transit

Enter the import general manifest number and date. PRAL / Customer Service Center will provide the IGM number.

Export

Enter the export general manifest number and date if available. The transportation company/agent will provide this number to the declarant.

8. INDEX 

Enter the index number of the IGM/ (EGM, if known at time the GD is lodged), as the case may be.

9. DRY PORT IGM / EGM NO. AND DATE 

Import / Transit

Enter the import dry port general manifest number and date. PRAL / Customer Service Center / relevant Custom office will provide the IGM number.

Export

Enter the dry port export general manifest number and date if available. The transportation company/agent will provide this number to the declarant.

9. INDEX 

Enter the index number of the dry port IGM/ (EGM, if known at time the GD is lodged), as the case may be.

10. IMPORTER / CONSIGNEE

Import

Enter the full name and address of the importer. The importer may be the owner/consignee/buyer of the goods or any other person possessing the goods or beneficially interested in them at any time between importation and clearance by Customs.

Baggage Declaration

Enter the name and address of the owner

Transit

Enter the full name and address of the company responsible for the movement of the goods through the territory of Pakistan or to their inland destination.

Export

Enter the full name and address of the person or the company (bank) to which the goods are consigned. If the consignee is not known at the time of departure of the goods, enter the name and address of the person or company responsible for taking delivery.

11. DECLARANT (OTHER THAN EXPORTER / IMPORTER) 

Enter the name of the Customs Agent’s/name and address of any other party lodging the GD with customs. If the declaration is completed and lodged by the importer or exporter enter Self

12. TEL( S) 

Enter the telephone number of the declarant

13. C.H.A.L NO.[REF] 

Enter the customs agent’s license number the Customs House Agents Licence (C.H.A.L) number and if the CHA wishes he/she may include any reference numbers within brackets.

14. NTN 

Import

Enter the National Tax Registration Number (NTN) allocated to the trader by the CBR

Export

Enter the NTN allocated to the trader by the CBR.

15. SALES TAX NUMBER 

Import

Enter the Sales Tax Registration number (STR) of the Importer.

Baggage Declaration

Enter the passport number of the owner

Export

Enter the STR number of the Exporter

16. WAREHOUSE – LICENSE NO. 

In instances when the declaration type indicates that the goods are to be placed into or removed from a bonded warehouse, enter the warehouse licence number.

17. TRANSACTION TYPE 

Indicate whether the transaction is between related or unrelated parties. For related parties, enter “R” and for unrelated parties enter “U” in the field provided on the GD.

18. DOCUMENTS ATTACHED 

Tick/[enter the appropriate code, from Annex 5], for supporting documents attached to the declaration. Also indicate the E- Form number and date in case of export

19. LC / DD NUMBER AND DATE 

Enter the Letter-of-Credit number and date or Demand Draft number and date for this transaction (which ever is applicable).

20. COUNTRY OF DESTINATION

Enter the numeric country code of the country of (final) destination. Country codes are provided in Annex 6.

21. CURRENCY NAME & CODE 

Enter the name and code for the currency in the Invoice using alpha numeric Currency Codes given in Annex 6, (e.g. US $-840).

22. VESSEL / MODE OF TRANSPORT 

Import or Transit

Enter the name of the vessel, airline or truck number by which the goods are transported and the mode of transport code relevant to the means of transport used for movement of the goods into or out of Pakistan. Codes for mode of transport are found in Annex 7.

23. B/L, AWB, CIM , CMR CONSIGNMENT NO. 

Enter the identifying number of the consignment relative to the transport document under which the goods are transported/ manifested (e.g., Bill of Lading, Air Way Bill number, Rail Advice Notice number).

24. EXCHANGE RATE 

Import & Transit

Enter the rate of exchange prevailing on the day that the declaration is lodged with customs in relation to any amounts of foreign currency included on this declaration.

Export

Where an export invoice shows an amount in foreign currency, enter the rate of exchange used to determine the equivalent amount in Pakistani Rupees.

25. PORT / PLACE OF SHIPMENT 

Import & Transit

Enter the name of the port from where the goods were loaded for shipment to Pakistan

Export (P)

Not applicable. (The data will be captured through information provided in box 6

26. PAYMENT TERMS 

Enter the terms of the payment, select L/C Or Without L/C


27. PORT OF DISCHARGE 

Import & Transit

Enter the name of the sea port/airport or the frontier through which goods are to enter/entered Pakistan,

28. PORT / PLACE OF DELIVERY 

Import and Transit

Enter the name of the port/place where the consignment is presented to customs in Pakistan for examination.

Export (P)

Enter the name of the place where the consignment is to be delivered finally.

29. DELIVERY TERMS

Enter the appropriate i.e FOB, CNF or CIF.

30. MARKS & NUMBERS / CONTAINER NOS. 

Enter the marks and numbers as appears on manifest. In the case of containerized (FCL) cargo, enter the container number(s) as well as the seal number . When the space provided is insufficient use the reverse side of the continuation sheet to indicate additional Marks/Container numbers.

31. NUMBER OF PACKAGES 

Enter the total number of packages -in figures

32. TYPE OF PACKAGES 

Enter the code for type of packages - (i.e Cartons, Bales, Packages etc.).

33. (a) GROSS WT KG 

Enter the gross weight in metric tons (MT)

33. (b) NET WT KG 

Enter the net weight in metric tons (MT)

34. VOLUME M3 

Enter the measurements in cubic meters. (e.g. five cubic meters should be indicated as 05). (not applicable in weboc now)

35. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF GOODS 

Enter a general description of the goods, for goods to be declared on this GD.

e.g. Wooden furniture, Textiles, Garments, Electrical items, Machinery.

36. HAZARDOUS GOODS DATA

In the case of “Dangerous” goods, indicate Hazard Class/Div./ UN Number; Flashpoint (in Degrees Celsius)

37. ITEM NUMBER 

In weboc item number automatically filled

38. QUANTITY 

38 (a) Unit Type:

when we enter Hs code in weboc unit type automatically detect it - i.e:  Kg, No.(Pcs)

38(b) Unit Quantity:

Indicate the quantity in numeric form.

39. C.O. 

Import and Transit

Enter the numeric code of the Country of Origin of the goods from the list . The country should be as indicated on the country of origin certificate.

N.B.

This refers to the country where the goods were produced, grown harvested, etc. For goods that are not wholly produced in one country, the country of origin to be declared is that in which substantial processing took place, resulting in the manufacture of the current product or representing an important stage in its manufacture.

In the case of transits cargo there is no need to complete this box.

40. SRO NO. 

The SRO number must be entered to receive other than the normal tariff and customs procedure treatment to be applied to the goods forming a line item on the GD. If there are more than one SRO numbers to be included please use the area labeled “Free Space” on the top part of the GD or reverse of GD II ‘other’ column.

Entry of a SRO number in this box constitutes a formal declaration that the conditions of the relevant regulations pertaining to that SRO will be complied with and legally binds the person signing the declaration.

41. HS Code

Enter the complete Pakistan Custom Tariff code (Harmonized System commodity code) for the commodity included under this item in the GD. Refer the Pakistan Customs Tariff.

42. ITEM DESCRIPTION

Enter the specific description [specifications] for the goods under this item in the GD.

42 (a)

Import

If a License/Permit/Test Result is required to import the item, provide the reference number and date of such document in the dotted box at the bottom right hand corner of this box.

In a multiple entry shipment if any Dangerous Cargo is included provide such information as required per instructions in 36, above.

For importations of vehicles, the chassis number and engine number of each imported vehicle must be recorded.

Exports

In the case of exports of textiles/garments etc. where quotas are applicable, indicate the quota/CAT number, in the dotted box at the bottom right hand corner of this box.

If a License/Permit is required to export the item, provide the reference number and date of such document in the dotted box at the bottom right hand corner of the box.

In a multiple entry shipment if any Dangerous Cargo is included provide such information as required per instructions in 36, above.

In case of export if applicable enter the Duty Tax Remission & Exemption (DTRE) Number.

43. UNIT VALUE 

Import & Transit

Enter the unit value in the invoice currency (stated in column 21). The value must always be expressed up to two decimal places.

Export

Enter the FOB unit value of the goods in Invoice Currency.

Please note the “Declared “ section in this box is meant for the declarant and “Assessed” section is meant for the relevant Customs officer.

44. TOTAL VALUE 

Enter the total value of the item in relevant invoice currency in Declared box. Custom officials will use the box for Assessed Unit Value.

Please note the “Declared “ section in this box is meant for the declarant and “Assessed” section is meant for the relevant Customs officer.

45. CUSTOMS VALUE 

Imports

Enter the total assessable value of the item in PKR. This is the sum total of declared value in box 44 and apportioned cost of freight for the whole shipment (box 51), insurance cost (box 53), landing charges (box 54) and other charges (box 55). In other words the total value of box 45 for all items should be equal to the value shown in box 56.

Exports

Enter the FOB value

Please note the “Declared “ section in this box is meant for the declarant and “Assessed” section is meant for the relevant Customs officer.

46. LEVY 

Enter the numeric codes for all levies that are applicable to the goods as per annexure 14. (e.g. for Customs Duty numeric code is 01)

47. RATE 

Enter the applicable rate or percentage of duty; sales tax; excise duty; income tax; Export Development Surcharge etc.

48. SUM PAYABLE 

Enter the amount payable under each duty and tax type.

49. SRO/ TEST REPORT NO.

Enter the relevant SRO number or test report number and date.

50. FOB VALUE 

Import

Enter the FOB Value (in the invoice currency shown in box 21) for the total shipment at the point of direct shipment to Pakistan. In the case of CFR [Cost and Freight –C&F], CIF or any other INCOTERM contract and if the FOB cost is not known, do not fill this box.

Export

Enter the FOB Value in the Invoice currency shown in box 21 for the total shipment at the point of direct shipment from Pakistan.

51. FREIGHT 

Import & Transit

If the unit prices indicated in box 43 do not include freight charges, enter the freight charged for the shipment in the invoice currency shown in box 21. [Do not attempt to fill this box if the freight charges are not known].

52 CFR VALUE 

In the case of CFR (Cost and Freight –C&F), shipment, enter the CFR price in box 52 in the invoice currency shown in box 21.

53. INSURANCE 

Enter the amount of insurance premium paid/payable if it has not been included in the unit prices. Enter the sum total of FOB price plus the value of freight and insurance or flat rate of 1% shall be added as the insurance charges in the absence of insurance memo.

54. Landing Charges 

Enter the amount of the landing charges in PKR.

55. OTHER CHARGES 

Enter the other charges.

56. ASSESSABLE VALUE

Import

Enter the sum total of FOB price plus the value of freight, insurance landing charges and any other charges.Enter the sum total in PKR.

Export

Enter the appropriate amount for any duty/rebate calculation.

57. TOTAL REBATE CLAIM/ PROV. ASSMNT U/S 81

Enter the total amount of rebate/refund to be collected under section 81 for provisional assessment.

64. NAME OF DECLARANT/ DESIGNATION, SIGNATURE & DATE

In Weboc no need to declared name and designation or any signature beacuase this is a system generated document, it does not require signature or stamp” as defined in sub section (kka) of Section 2 of Customs Act 1969


58. MACH INE NO.

Once Gd submitted in weboc machine no. automatically enter in GD.

59. REVENUE RECOVERED

The Customs will CHECK/ CALCULATE the duties and taxes and insert the relevant levies codes in this box.

60. AMOUNT (PKR)

All duties, taxes, and other levies automatically calculated according to hs code and payable amount shows here.

61. A.O’s Name , Signature and Stamp

The relevant Custom Officer enters his/her name signature and stamp in this section

62. P.A.’s Name , Signature and Stamp

The relevant Custom Officer name shows here (In weboc signature and stamp not required)

63. OUT OF CHARGE, SINATURE AND STAMP:

The relevant Custom Officer name shows here (In weboc signature and stamp not required)

65. C/F/D NUMBER AND DATE

This box is to be used by the National Bank of Pakistan to enter the payment receipt number.

66. BANK STAMP

The relevant bank stamp in this section (In weboc signature and stamp not required)

*Gd Sample Format*

Good-Declaration-format

GD Sample

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