General Administration of Customs Announcement No. 77 of 2011 (H2000 system on the updated 1.0.96 version of the unit consumption of processing trade reporting)

Customs processing trade management information system in electronic manuals (hereinafter referred to as Manual) of the unit consumption management module has been optimized in version 1.0.96 in order to regulate the processing trade enterprises (hereinafter referred to as enterprises) reporting unit consumption, are announced as follows:
First, the pre-entry end manual interface unit consumption declared by the table, "unit consumption, loss rate%", "net consumption, loss rate%" uniform adjusted "unit consumption / net consumption, loss rate%."
Enterprises in the reporting unit consumption, if the "unit consumption / net consumption" column reporting a net consumption of content, data are required to declare the corresponding loss rate, loss rate can not be empty column; if the "unit consumption / net consumption" column reporting the contents of a single consumption, the rate shall not repeat the declaration of loss of data, loss rate column should be empty.
Second, the original body of materials and parts manual table table, "the proportion of non-bonded materials%" field manual adjustments to the body of the table unit consumption table. Processing trade products both consumed the same bonded materials and parts are also non-bonded, the company should be in the unit consumption declared in manual form, while the table one by one body of the unit consumption declared "non-bonded materials ratio%."
Third, for the optimization of this system before, has been declared "non-bonded materials ratio%" in the implementation manual, the enterprise should be valid within the Customs in the manual re-declared "non-bonded materials ratio%", which declared part of the record when the unit consumption and pre-export, enterprises can apply for part of the unit consumption declared nuclear reported before the change, re-declared "non-bonded materials ratio%."
The announcement from the implementation date of publication.


December 21, 2011