Shipping to Sudan

International Shipping to Sudan of standard,
oversized and refrigerated cargo

Steps for customs clearance procedure

Please see below steps for customs clearance procedure

  • Containers are discharged at container terminal by Sea Port Corporation (SPC)

  • Delivery order is obtained from Shipping line office

  • Submit Customs deceleration to Customs authorities

  • Obtain Move order from SPC to move the containers from discharge terminal to the inspection area

  • Submit request for inspection of containers by customs authorities

  • Obtain customs duty fee from tariff section after finishing containers inspection

  • Pay the customs duty value

  • Pay the Sea Port dues

  • Submit request and obtain exit pass for containers from port

  • Obtain import certificate from Customs authorities

  • Obtain Intelligence and security clearance for movement of containers to further destinations (this is only applicable for certain goods and certain consignees)

  • Obtain pass for trucks to enter the port and load containers

  • Obtain exit pass for trucks with loaded container

  • Transport containers to all destinations of Sudan and provide daily tracking report of containers movement

Please note that United Nations goods are exempted for customs duty and Sea port dues. Therefore, points 7 and 8 are not applicable for United Nations goods

Shipping Documents required for Customs Clearance of UN goods:
  • Tax Exemption F1

  • Original Bill of Lading or Seawaybill or Telex Release

  • Packing List

  • Invoice

Shipping documents required for customs clearance of Commercial cargo are, but not limited to:
  • Form IM

  • Import & Export registration Certificate

  • VAT and Tax registration Certificate

  • Exemption Certificate (if any)

  • Certificate of Origin

  • CIQ certificate for goods originating from China

  • Quality assurance certificate for Foodstuff cargo from country of origin

  • (3)Original copies of bill of lading or Telex Release

  • Packing List

  • Invoice