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Swaziland Customs and Excise

The Beira Corridor Offers An Alternative To Business Dependent On Time Critical Imports

Beira-corridor; shipping cars to Beira.
The Beira Corridor is one of Southern Africa‚Äôs main transport routes. It is a road and rail network linking large parts of Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Mozambique to the port of Beira on the Indian Ocean.  For businesses reliant on imports operating in the above named countries, Beira Port in Mozambique offers an alternative route to business whose operations are time critical. Beira is just 4 hours drive from the Zimbabwean city of Mutare, which shortens the journey and the time a business has to wait for delivery of imported goods critical to their business.

Importing and exporting goods in Swaziland

 
importing goods to Swaziland; clearing cars in South AfricaImporting into Swaziland

Goods imported into Swaziland may be cleared under one of the following customs procedures withinseven (7) daysof the date on which they are deemed to have been imported:
  • Home consumption
  • Warehousing (later cleared for home consumption or re-export)
  • Transit/in bond
  • Temporary admission
If goods are not cleared with seven days of importation, there are penalties.
  For customs clearance purposes, the importer should submit a customs declaration document, supporting documents (invoice, transport document, certificate of origin, permits and any other document that may be required for verification purposes).