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No. 1 of 2014 Approvals as made
This instrument incorporates two new fields into the 'EXPORT SUBMANIFEST', being a 'Depot Establishment Code' and a 'House Bill Number' to enable the ACBPS to transmit an accurate status of export cargo to licensed freight forwarders and licensed depot operators in the Integrated Cargo System.
Administered by: Home Affairs
Made 14 Jul 2014
Registered 17 Jul 2014
Tabled HR 26 Aug 2014
Tabled Senate 26 Aug 2014

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

 

CEO INSTRUMENT OF APPROVAL No. 1 of 2014

 

CUSTOMS ACT 1901

 

 

I, MICHAEL PEZZULLO, Chief Executive Officer of Customs, under section 4A and subsection 117A(2) of the Customs Act 1901 (the Act) and subsection 33(3) of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901:

 

(a)   revoke CEO Instrument of Approval No. 12 of 2004; and

 

(b)   approve the attached “EXPORT SUBMANIFEST” as an approved statement for the purposes of communicating to Customs an electronic submanifest in accordance with section 117A of the Act.

 

This instrument commences on the day after it is registered.

 

Dated: 14 July 2014 

 

 

 

 

MICHAEL PEZZULLO

Chief Executive Officer of Customs


EXPORT SUBMANIFEST

 

Approved statement – Customs Act 1901 subsection 117A(2)

 

Item No.

Short title

Information required

1

Sender Reference

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

2

Sender Reference Version

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

3

Reporting Party Identifier

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

4

Cargo Report Type

The code identifying the type of submanifest being communicated:

§  Slot submanifest:                                ‘S’

§  Consolidation submanifest:                 ‘C’

5

Mode of Transport

The code indicating the mode of transport of the goods reported on the submanifest:

§  Air                                                      ‘A’

§  Sea                                                      ‘S’

6

Nil Cargo Report Indicator

The indicator specifying whether any goods are reported on the submanifest.

§  No cargo reported for this submanifest        ‘Y’

§  Cargo reported for this submanifest             ‘N’

’Y’ may only be used if the submanifest is a slot submanifest and the goods are being consigned by ship.

7

Date of Departure

The intended date of departure of the ship or aircraft carrying the goods reported on the submanifest.

8

Total Number of Packages

If the goods are packed into packages in a way that they cannot be divided without first undoing the packaging - the number of packages.

If the goods not packed into those types of packages - the number of such goods.

If all the packages of the goods specified in the submanifest are packed into an ISO container - ‘0’.

9

Total Number of Containers

If the goods are being consigned by ship and are packed into a International Standard Organisation (ISO) containers - the number of ISO containers containing the goods.

If the goods are being consigned by aircraft - ‘0’.

10

Number of Empty Containers

If the submanifest is not a consolidation manifest and the goods are being consigned by ship - the number of empty ISO containers to be exported.

If the submanifest is a consolidation submanifest or the goods are being consigned by aircraft - ‘0’.

11

Depot Establishment Code

The warehouse establishment code that identifies a Customs approved depot.

12

Line Number

The number that identifies each separate line of goods on the submanifest.

13

Customs Authority Number (CAN)

For each line of goods that are not:

·         goods described in paragraph 113(2)(a) or (b) of the Customs Act 1901 (the Act);

·         goods consigned by post and diplomatic bags of mail;

·         goods covered by section 130A of the Act;

·         goods that have a permission under subsection 162A(6) of the Act; and

·         military goods that are the property of Australian Government, for use overseas by the Australian Defence Forces;

one of the following numbers:

·         the export entry advice number (see subsection 114C(2) of the Act) which identifies the export declaration on which the goods have been entered for export;

·         the submanifest number (see subsection 117A(3) of the Act) for the goods; or

·         if a cargo report relating to the goods states that the goods destination is a place outside Australia - the number or code allocated by Customs to the goods.

 

Contingency Customs Authority Number
(C-CAN)

EXCC - goods normally subject to entry that have been delivered for export or have been exported in accordance with an authority to deal given when the CEO has given notice that the ICS is temporarily inoperative and the goods have been entered by document under paragraph 126E(2)(b) of the Act.

14

Export Declaration Exemption Code

For each line, if the goods are described below - the exemption code specified below:

§  EXPE  for goods described in paragraph 113(2)(a) of the Act .

§  EXLV for goods described in paragraph 113(2)(b) of the Act.

§  EXML for goods consigned by post or diplomatic bags of mail.

§  EXSP  for goods covered by s130A of the Act.

§  EXTI   for goods that have a permission under subsection 162A(6) of the Act.

§  EXDD military goods that are the property of Australian Government, for use overseas by the Australian Defence Forces.

15

Number of Packages

For each line of goods:

- if the goods have been consolidated into an ISO container and are being consigned by ship - ‘0’;

- if the goods are packed in packages other than containers- the number of outside packages;

- otherwise - the number of goods not packed into packages.

16

Number of Containers

For each line of goods:

- if the goods are being consigned by aircraft - ‘0’;

- if the goods are consolidated into an ISO container and are being consigned by ship - the number of ISO containers the goods are packed into.

17

Goods Owner Party Identifier

If the goods are described in paragraph 113(2)(a) or (b) of the Act and the owner of the goods has an ABN or CCID - the ABN or CCID that identifies the owner.

18

Owner Name

If the goods are described in paragraph 113(2)(a) or (b) of the Act and the owner does not have an ABN or CCID - the name of the Australian owner of the goods.

19

Goods Description

If the goods are described in paragraph 113(2)(a) or (b) of the Act - a description of the goods.

20

Final Destination Country Code

If the goods are described in paragraph 113(2)(a) or (b) of the Act - the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code, as published in ISO 3166-1:1997 Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions – Part 1: Country codes, by the International Organization for Standardization as in force when this instrument commences, of the final country of destination of the goods.

21

House Bill Number

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