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No. 2 of 2006 Approvals as amended, taking into account amendments up to Customs Act 1901 - Amendment of Approved Statement Instrument No. 1 of 2013 - Amendment of "Cargo Report (Air)")
Administered by: Immigration and Border Protection
Registered 27 Jun 2013
Start Date 03 Feb 2013
End Date 01 Oct 2016
Date of repeal 01 Oct 2016
Repealed by Sunsetting

 

Customs Act 1901 – CEO Instrument of Approval No. 2 of 2006

as amended

made under section 4A and subsection 64AB(4B) of the

Customs Act 1901

This compilation was prepared on 13 June 2013
taking into account amendments up to Customs Act 1901 – Amendment of Approved Statement Instrument No. 1 of 2013 – Amendment of “Cargo Report (AIR)”

Prepared by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service


COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

CEO Instrument of Approval No. 2 of 2006

Customs Act 1901

I, MICHAEL JOSEPH CARMODY, Chief Executive Officer of Customs, under section 4A and subsection 64AB(4A) of the Customs Act 1901 (the Act), approve the attached “CARGO REPORT (AIR)” as an approved statement for the purposes of communicating electronically particulars of:

a)      all goods that a cargo reporter has arranged to be carried on an aircraft on a flight and that are intended to be unloaded from the aircraft at an airport in Australia (whether the first airport or any subsequent airport on the same flight), other than goods that are accompanied personal or household effects of a passenger or member of the crew or aircraft’s stores; and

b)      all goods that the cargo reporter has arranged to be carried on an aircraft and that are intended to be kept on board the aircraft for shipment to a place outside Australia, other than goods that are accompanied personal or household effects of a passenger or member of the crew or aircraft’s stores.

CEO Instrument of Approval No. 56 of 2005, dated 14 September 2005 is revoked.

This instrument commences on the day after it is registered.

 

Dated:  19 May 2006

 

 

 

 

MICHAEL CARMODY

Chief Executive Officer of Customs


CARGO REPORT (AIR)

 

Approved statement – Customs Act 1901 subsection 64AB(4B)

 

Item No.

Short title

Information required

1

Sender Reference

The identifier assigned by the person communicating the report to identify (and distinguish from others) the report and all subsequent amendments to the report.

2

Sender Reference Version

The numeric identifier assigned by the person communicating the report to identify the version of the report or the sequence of related reports.

3

Air Waybill Number Master

The reference number assigned by the carrier or their agent to the transport document covering the total consignment.

4

Air Waybill Number Sub‑Master

1.    The reference number assigned by a cargo reporter or their agent to the transport document covering a consolidation, which forms part of the total consignment.

5

Air Waybill Number House

The reference number assigned by a cargo reporter that, in combination with the master air waybill number, identifies a house waybill consignment.

This field is not required if the cargo reporter is a special reporter and the goods are low value cargo (as defined in section 63A of the Customs Act 1901).

This field is not required if the cargo reporter is a re-mail reporter and the goods are a re-mail item (as defined in section 63A of the Customs Act 1901).

6

Flight No

The airline code (as allocated by the International Air Transport Association (IATA)), and flight number (as assigned by the carrier to identify the journey of the aircraft) for the flight carrying the goods.

7

Arrival Date

For each airport the aircraft is stopping at in Australia - the date on which the aircraft is expected to arrive at the airport.

8

Port Code Discharge

For each airport in Australia at which goods will be unloaded - the UNLocode, as published by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN/ECE), for the place where the airport is located. 

9

Port Code Destination

The UNLocode for the place where the goods are destined. 

10

First Australian Port Code

The UNLocode for the place where the first Australian airport the aircraft is expected to arrive at is located.

11

Original Loading Port Code

The UNLocode for the place where the goods were originally loaded onto the aircraft that is carrying the goods to Australia.

12

Waybill Origin Port Code

The UNLocode for the place where the original air waybill was first cut.

13

Responsible Party ID

The Australian Business Number (ABN), or code allocated by Customs (the Customs Client Identifier or CCID), that identifies the cargo reporter.

14

Consignee Name

The name of the person who is the ultimate recipient of the goods, whether or not the person ordered or paid for the goods.

15

Consignee Addresser

The address of the consignee.

16

Consignee Contact

The name of a person nominated to receive notifications, arrange payments and take delivery of the goods.

17

Consignee Contact Phone Number

The phone number of the person identified in item 16.

18

Consignor Name

If the report is required under subsection 64AB(2) - the name of the supplier of goods who is located outside Australia and initiates the sending of goods to a person in Australia or complies with a request from a person in Australia to send goods to the person.

If the report is required under subsection 64AB(2A) - the name of the supplier of goods who is located outside Australia and initiates the sending of goods to a person in a place outside Australia or complies with a request from a person in a place outside Australia to send goods to the person.

19

Consignor Address

The address of the consignor.

20

Consignor Contact

The name of the consignor or the person who may answer questions on behalf of the consignor.

21

Consignor Contact Phone Number

The phone number of the person identified in item 20.

22

Notify Party Name

If the goods are being imported into Australia - the name of the person (the notify party) who may be notified in regards to the goods.

23

Notify Party Address

The address of the notify party.

24

Notify Party Contact

If the goods are being imported into Australia - the name of a contact in the notify party.

25

Notify Party Contact Phone Number

The phone number of the person identified in item 24.

26

Unique Consignment Reference Number

If cargo is being imported into Australia - the unique reference, consistent with the World Customs Organisation (WCO) guidelines, that identifies a consignment in commercial documents and messages.

27

Special Reporter Number

If the goods are low value cargo of a particular kind or a re-mail item - the authorisation number allocated by Customs to the special reporter or re-mail reporter to be used when making abbreviated cargo reports.

28

Overseas Routing Port Code (s)

For each place outside Australia that the goods stopped at on the flight - the UNLocode for the place.

29

Goods Description

A detailed and accurate description of the goods as shown on the air waybill.

30

Number of Packages

The total number of packages in which the goods are packed into not including packages packed into a container.

31

Gross Weight Quantity

The gross weight of the goods including packing.

32

Gross Weight Unit

The code indicating the unit of weight used to measure the gross weight of the goods;

·         Grams (G)

·         Kilograms (KG)

·         Tonnes (T)

·         Pounds (LB)

33

Declared Value

The commercial value of the goods.  If the goods have no commercial value - “NDV”.

34

Declared Value Currency Code

The code that identifies the currency of the declared value.

35

Freight Forwarder Indicator

If goods are being imported into Australia and are a co‑load/consolidation – indicate if another cargo reporter will be providing further cargo reports.

36

Method of Payment

Method by which freight costs are paid.

37

Reportable Documents Indicator

Indicate if the goods are:

(a)    any paper or other material on which there is writing; or

(b)    any paper or other material on which there are marks, figures, symbols or perforations having a meaning for persons qualified to interpret them; or

(c)    any paper or other material on which a photographic image or other image is recorded; or

(d)    any article or material from which sounds, images or writing is capable of being produced with or without the aid of a computer or of some other device;

but not such paper, article or other material:

(e)    that comprises advertising material; or

(f)    that does not yet contain the sounds, images or writing for the carriage of which it was produced.

 

38

Personal Effects Indicator

If the goods are being imported into Australia - indicate whether the goods are unaccompanied personal effects.

39

Consignment Reference

The reference assigned by a cargo reporter that, in combination with the House Air Way Bill (HAWB) number, identifies cargo of a particular consignment.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Notes to the Customs Act 1901 – CEO Instrument of Approval No. 2 of 2006

 

Note 1

The Customs Act 1901 – CEO Instrument of Approval No. 2 of 2006 (in force under section 4A and subsection 64AB(4B) of the Customs Act 1901) as shown in this compilation is amended as indicated in the Tables below.

Table of Instruments

Title

Date of FRLI registration

Date of
commencement

Application, saving or
transitional provisions

Customs Act 1901 – CEO Instrument of Approval No. 2 of 2006

25 May 2006 (see F2006L01599)

26 May 2006

Amendment of Approved Statement Instrument No. 3 of 2013 Amendment of “Cargo Report (AIR)” Customs Act 1901

31 Jan 2013 (see F2013L00133)

3 Feb 2013

Table of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted      am. = amended      rep. = repealed      rs. = repealed and substituted

Provision affected

How affected

Item No. 218.........................

ad. F2013L00135