A special warehouse for shipments where the importer is exempt from paying duty on foreign goods that will be re-exported. The bonded warehouse allows for the delay of payment of customs duties until the owner moves the goods into the final destination.
Place where imported goods can be placed securely under bond. A secure warehouse in which imported goods not yet inspected and cleared by customs are stored until all duties are paid or alternatively until these goods are re-exported or otherwise properly released.
A warehouse authorized by Customs Authorities for storage of goods until customs duties are paid or the goods are released in some other proper manner.
Warehouse that meets with local Customs specifications, un-cleared goods can be held in store pending clearance.
Goods are stored here and duties are paid to the customs authorities when goods are released from the warehouse for export or domestic sale. Very useful for removal operations because the goods can be kept here to avoid having to park them on the quay.
A warehouse that meets with local Customs specifications, and allows shipments to be stored pending clearance by Customs.
Warehouse authorised by Customs for storing goods on which payment of duty is deferred until the goods leave the warehouse.
a secure store where maturing whisky is stored
a storage facility where imported merchandise, except perishable articles and explosive devices, may be stored without the payment of Customs duties for a period of five years
a warehouse that carries a special Customs bond and that is used to legally defer duty payment
Warehouse where the owners have entered into a bond promising to pay duty when goods are removed for consumption.
Goods arriving in a different country need to be cleared by Customs. If this requires the goods to be unloaded from their container and inspected, it must be done in a bonded warehouse under the control of the Customs Authorities. Some movers have their own warehouses bonded by Customs, which means that shipments can be sent to them directly to await clearance.
A building designated for storage of goods without payment of duties to Customs until goods are removed.
Goods that must be held until duties are paid are normally put in a bonded warehouse. Warehouses must be approved by the U.S. Treasury Department and must be under bond or guarantee of compliance with revenue laws.
Warehouse that meets all local customs regulations, allows storage of items that have not yet cleared customs.
Warehouse authorized by customs authorities for storage of uncleared goods.â†’ In Bond
A privately owned warehouse which is licensed by the Customs Authorities, in which goods subject to the control of Customs may be stored without the payment of duties. The owners of the warehouse must normally give a bond to Customs for the duty on the goods held in the store, hence the common name, BOND.
A warehouse authorized by customs authorities for storage of goods on which payment of duties is deferred until the goods are removed.
A facility or consolidation centre that is authorised by customs to store goods. The payment of duties and taxes are only payable once the goods are removed
A warehouse owned by persons approved by the Treasury Department, an under bond or guarantee for the strict observance of the revenue laws; utilized for storing goods until duties are paid or goods are otherwise properly released.
Warehouse that meets with local Customs specifications, allows the storage of items that have not yet gained customs cleared status Return to the top
A secure warehouse licensed by customs to store goods on which duty has not yet been paid.
A warehouse where goods may be stored before the owner pays import duties or taxes on them.
An approved warehouse used for the storage of goods until duties are paid or the goods are properly released.
Building or part of a building designated by a country's governmental authorities as a duty free zone for the purpose of storing imported merchandise in the interim before being shipped to another country.
A warehouse approved by the Treasury Department and under bond/guarantee for observance of revenue laws. Used for storing goods until duty is paid or goods are released in some other proper manner.
A warehouse for goods on which duty has not been paid and whose keeper is the subject of a bond to ensure that any duty which may become payable will be paid.
A warehouse in which goods subject to excise taxes or customs duties are temporarily stored without the taxes or duties being assessed. A bond or security is given for the payment of all taxes and duties that may eventually become due. Operations in the warehouse may include assembly, manipulation or storage but usually not manufacturing.
A warehouse authorized by Customs for storing merchandise on which payment of duties is deferred until the importer pays the duties or until Customs releases the merchandise.
The Customs Service authorizes bonded warehouses for storage or manufacture of goods on which payment of duties is deferred until the goods enter the Customs Territory. The goods are not subject to duties if reshipped to foreign points. Back to top of screen
A warehouse that meets with local customs specifications and allows the storage of items that have not yet gained customs cleared status. Carrier: The mover transporting the household goods.
A warehouse in which imported merchandise may be stored or processed without payment of customs duties until the merchandise is removed.
A secure storage area in which goods subject to excise taxes or customs duties are stored pending payment of taxes or duties.
This term almost always refers to international moving. A warehouse approved by the U. S. Customs Service to receive inbound foreign or overseas shipments. They serve as a place for items to be stored while awaiting Custom Clearance.
Buildings or parts of buildings designated by the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury for storing imported merchandise, operated under U.S. Customs supervision.
A warehouse under bond to the Government for payment of customs duties and taxes on goods stored or processed there.
Bonded warehouse, a warehouse established by the state, or by private enterprise, in which goods liable to duty are lodged until the duty upon them has been paid. Previous to the establishment of bonded warehouses in England the payment of duties on imported goods had to be made at the time of importation, or a bond with security for future payment given to the revenue authorities. The inconveniences of this system were many; it was not always possible for the importer to find sureties, and he had often to make an immediate sale of the goods, in order to raise the duty, frequently selling when the market was depressed and prices low; the duty, having to be paid in a lump sum, raised the price of the goods by the amount of the interest on the capital required to pay the duty; competition was stifled from the fact that large capital was required for the importation of the more heavily taxed articles; there was also the difficulty of granting an exact equivalent drawback to the exporter, on goods which had already paid duty.