Roasted coffee beans HS code. What is the meaning?

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Roasted coffee beans HS code. What is the meaning? If you are new to the import and export industry or simply see and are curious about what is HS code? Then in this article, you and I will learn about it together.

Harmonized System

According to Wikipedia, The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, also known as the Harmonized System (HS) of tariff nomenclature is an internationally standardized system of names and numbers to classify traded products. It came into effect in 1988 and has since been developed and maintained by the World Customs Organization (WCO) (formerly the Customs Co-operation Council), an independent intergovernmental organization based in Brussels, Belgium, with over 200 members countries.

What is HS code?

The Hs Code or the Hs System is defined as the Organization’s internationally standardized, harmonized system of description and coding of goods, calling and coding them, for classifying goods traded worldwide. World Customs-WCO
HS code is the classification code of the goods, used to determine the import and export tax rates of goods
an item has only one code according to the list of export and import goods of Vietnam. When declaring the HS code of goods, use code 8 instead of the number

The purpose of HS code.

The objective of the HS Nomenclature is to ensure systematic classification of goods; unify codes applied to goods in all countries, unify the system of customs terminology and language in order to make it easier for everyone to understand and simplify the work of relevant organizations and individuals. mandarin; facilitate the negotiation of trade treaties as well as the application of treaties; This agreement is between the customs authorities of the countries.

Applications

As of 2015, there were 180 countries or territories applying the Harmonized System worldwide, HS codes are used by Customs authorities, statistical agencies, and other government regulatory bodies, to monitor and control the import and export of commodities through:

  • Customs tariffs
  • Collection of trade data (international trade statistics)
  • Rules of origin
  • Collection of internal taxes
  • Trade negotiations (e.g., the World Trade Organization schedules tariff concessions)
  • Transport tariffs and statistics
  • Monitoring of controlled goods (e.g., wastes, narcotics, chemical weapons, the ozone layer depleting substances, endangered species, wildlife trade)
  • Areas of Customs controls and procedures, including risk assessment, information technology, and compliance.

Companies use HS codes to calculate the total landed cost of imported products and parts, and to identify selling and sourcing opportunities abroad.

HS Code structure

From the two examples above, the HS code of one type is a helmet for motorbike riders (65061010) and a work helmet (65061020). We see that these 2 codes have the same first 6 digits, only the last 2 digits are different. Because HS Code has a common structure, not a messy arrangement. You pay attention to the color you paint (every 2 pairs of numbers will have a different color). Here, I will introduce the HS Code structure. This code is issued by the World Government Organization (WCO) so it is systematic and consistent in nature.

Roasted coffee beans HS code
Roasted coffee beans HS code

Structured HS code includes:
– Section: In the HS code set there are a total of 21 or 22 Sections, each with a section legend
– – Chapters: Consists of 97 chapters. Where chapters 98 and 99 are specific to each country, each chapter has a chapter legend. The first 2 characters describe the general description of the goods
– – – Group: Consists of 2 characters, divides products by general group
– – – – Grouping: divided into more general grouping from group, consisting of 2 characters.
– – – – – Subgroup: 2 characters. Subheadings are determined by each country.

Note: In which, Sections, Chapters, Groups, and Subheadings include the first 6 digits internationally, the Subheading is country-specific.

Roasted coffee beans HS code

HS Code 0901 – Coffee, roasted or not roasted, whether or not decaffeinated; pods and coffee silks; Coffee substitutes contain coffee in some proportion.
lookup HS code No. 0901 of Vietnam for Coffee, roasted or unroasted, whether or not decaffeinated; pods and coffee silks; coffee substitutes containing coffee to some extent.. look up Code 2017 HTS or HSN Code for Coffee, roasted or unroasted, whether or not decaffeinated; pods and coffee silks; Coffee substitutes contain coffee in some proportion. in Vietnam.

HS code Item Description
  0901 Coffee, roasted or not roasted, whether or not decaffeinated; pods and coffee silks; Coffee substitutes contain coffee in some proportion.
      090111 Coffee, unroasted: Not decaffeinated:
             09011110 Arabica WIB or Robusta OIB
             09011190 Others
      090112 Decaffeinated:
             09011210 Arabica WIB or Robusta OIB
             09011290 Others
      090121 Coffee, roasted: Not decaffeinated:
             09012110 Not yet milled
             09012120 Grinded
      090122 Decaffeinated:
             09012210 Not yet milled
             09012220 Grinded
      090190 Others:
             09019010 Fruit peel and coffee silk
             09019020 Alternatives containing coffee
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