Why am I charged a penalty from Indonesian customs related to the value of my goods?

Modified on Tue, 12 Dec 2023 at 03:41 PM

Indonesia customs has recently intensified its scrutiny of declared values on shipments and has started imposing heavy penalties, with a maximum of 1000% (one thousand per cent), on inaccurately declared values.

Three common reasons shipments fail to pass inspection include Undervalue declaration; discrepancy in the declared description; and/or discrepancy in declared quantity. 

We kindly request your cooperation in reviewing and double-checking the accuracy of all customs declarations related to your shipments to Indonesia to avoid unnecessary delays and penalties imposed by the customs authorities.

To view the import category of B2C into Indonesia, please find document here.

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