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Indonesian
Exporters

This page provides information for exporters from Indonesia who plan to export their products to the CAN.

General Export Regulations

An Indonesian company can be classified either as a manufacturer exporter or as a non-manufacturer exporter. Each has different requirements if they want to export. In this section you can find a set of regulations on exports in general. As we know, when we do trade we must follow several principles agreed upon by the global community. Also, each country sets its own set of regulations that are expected to maximize trade benefits.

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Declaration of Origin (DAB)

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Declaration of Origin (DAB) or (Origin Declaration) is a statement of origin of goods made by a Registered Exporter (ER) or Certified Exporter (ES) for exported goods in accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations, applicable international agreements or agreements, to obtain preferential rates . Declaration of Origin (DAB) is a document proving that the goods to be exported have met the Rules of Origin of Indonesia and have the same legal force as the Certificate of Origin (SKA), so that they can be used as a substitute for SKA to obtain preferential tariffs in the export destination country.

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Certificate of Origin

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Certificate of Origin, or known as SKA in Indonesian, is a document which certifies that the exported goods are truly from a specified country. The electronic version of the certificate shall be mailed electronically to the country of export destination based on agreement. Normally, the certificate of origin is issued to accompany exported goods to a specified country, which has agreed to provide facilities including discount or zero import tariff. Such certificate assures that certain products are really originated, produced or manufactured in specified country.

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Registered Exporters

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This section provides information about application for becoming registered exporters and its requirements.

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The enactment of e-SKA Form E

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The application of e-SKA Form E electronically has come into effect on October 15, 2020, this means that the e-SKA Form E issued by the SKA Issuing Agency (IPSKA) will automatically be sent to the export destination country of China / China through electronic data exchange between ASEAN and China.

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ASEAN Wide Self-Certification (AWSC)

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This section offers information regarding Trade Ministerial Regulation (Permendag) No. 71/2020 on Rules of Origin and its implementation under the ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement. The ministerial regulation which is effective since Sept. 20, 2020, replaces the previous regulation No. 24/2018.

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Certificate of Origin Form ICO - International Coffee Organization

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Certificate of Origin Form ICO - International Coffee Organization is a document accompanying the export of coffee for all export destination countries, which states that coffee products originate from a certain country. Companies that will export products in the form of coffee and in a certain amount are required to use a Certificate of Origin (SKA / COO) ICO Form.

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Registered and Certified Exporters

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This section provides information about the differences between Registered Exporters and Certified Exporters. Better understanding on the issue will make implementation easier.

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Coffee Export

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This section provides information about the documentation, procedure and regulation on the export of coffee. It provides information on existing regulations, on certificate of origin and on the list of coffee exporters.

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Regulations Related to Certificate of Origin - SKA

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This section provides information about the differences between Registered Exporters and Certified Exporters. Better understanding on the issue will make implementation easier.

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Not an Exporter yet?

If you are not an exporter yet, there is nothing to worry. We have prepared a set of information on how to become one.



Requirements for all Indonesian Exporters

Before an Indonesian company can export its products, it must make sure it meets all Indonesian export requirements. The main steps for Indonesian companies to take have been listed here, but Indonesian exporters should also learn from other sources, including from the Trade Ministry website for a complete understanding of all export requirements.

It should be a legal
entity

It must have a NPWPc
(Taxpayer Identification
Number, TIN)

It must have a license
issued by the
government

Types of Indonesian Exporters

An Indonesian company can be classified either as a manufacturer exporter or as a non-manufacturer exporter. Each has different requirements.

In this section you can find a set of regulations on exports in general. As we know, when we do trade we must follow several principles agreed upon by the global community. Also, each country sets its own set of regulations that are expected to maximize trade benefits.

Canada Export Regulations

An Indonesian company can be classified either as a manufacturer exporter or as a non-manufacturer exporter. Each has different requirements if they want to export. In this section you can find a set of regulations on exports in general. As we know, when we do trade we must follow several principles agreed upon by the global community. Also, each country sets its own set of regulations that are expected to maximize trade benefits.

Business
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Types of Goods to be Exported

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Govt facilitation/ Ease of Export

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