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Encyclopédie Douanière” (Customs Encyclopaedia) is a collection of electronic texts covering European and French customs regulations.
Stemming from regulatory and administrative sources, a variety of modules are proposed. Encyclopédie Douanière is consulted on our platform on line in real time. Create your own personal declarant’s encyclopaedia by selecting the modules of your choice!
Used in the framework of the French Customs Administration’s DELTA customs clearance system, the customs tariff includes, with reference to the nomenclature of goods used for customs clearance, the wording of associated definitions and the rates of duties and taxes applicable according to the origin of the goods along with miscellaneous regulations, quotas, prohibitions, etc.
The customs tariff module benefits from the Harmonised System Explanatory Notes in its database. These explanatory notes are based on the international convention of goods descriptions and codifications called the “Harmonised System” (HS). The HS explanatory notes are general observations added to the tariff notes and are an additional aide for classifying goods.
Thanks to this module, you have direct and rapid access to the consolidated Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) or official French publications (JORF, BOD …) which establish regulatory customs tariff measures. These publications are consulted in PDF format and require Adobe ® Acrobat Reader ® to be installed.
A genuine classification tool! This "classification help tool" lists all the goods classification notices published by the relevant organisations.
The publications include regulatory and conventional measures and practical details concerning their interpretation and application. Within the “Encyclopédie Douanière” it is possible to select one or a number of electronic publications according to your professional needs.
This service enables you to receive the latest evolutions in customs regulations by email every morning according to your business activity (tariff section, quota surveillance, refunds, etc.) and in addition to benefit from an editorial which summarises all the customs news. CUS / CAS. European customs inventory of chemical substances.