Exporters must provide BIVAC with an invoice containing a detailed description of the goods to be shipped and a statement accepting inspection.
There are no unique Forms / Certificates required for this port.You can always reach out to us directly in case of any further queries.
Customs formalities begin once customer will pick up the container.Unique Registration Number (URN) number must be mentioned in the body of the the BL . We will be happy to help you if you have any questions. Our contact detail is available in this website.
Firearms, ammunition, water hyacinths, and pornographic materials are prohibited commercial imports. Coins, commemorative coins, bank notes, and second-hand materials intended for investment are restricted commercial imports, and require GDRC authorization before importation. The following goods are exempted from pre-shipment inspections: imports with a FOB value below $2,500, live animals, fresh eggs, fruits, vegetables, fish and meat, fresh or refrigerated food, newspapers and periodicals, personal property including motor vehicles imported by DRC residents (those that have been outside the DRC for official purposes or training supported by the DRC state) who are returning to their country of origin, parcels without commercial value, commercial samples, personal gifts, donations offered by foreign governments or international organizations to charities, donations offered by foreign governments, international organizations, or private individuals for disaster relief, supplies and gifts imported for their own use by diplomatic entities, the United Nations, or other NGOs that have customs tax exemptions.
A certification of validation must contain the supplier’s invoice number, the bill of lading number, the number of containers, the import license number and the confirmation of the quantity of the product. The certification of validation determines the CIF.
There are no unique customs formalities for this port. You can always reach out to us directly in case of any further queries.