In the module Customs Tariff Number all relevant customs tariff numbers can be listed including a corresponding description and internal comment. Thus, when setting up new articles or adapting existing articles, the corresponding correct customs tariff number can be found quickly and stored in the article, since here again a search mask can be used to search for a corresponding text.
The module can be accessed via Administration > Settings > Fulfillment > Customs tariff number or via Supersearch.
This tab contains an overview of all created tariff numbers.
Add new customs tariff number
Via +NEW a new tariff number can be created.
Inserting the customs tariff number in the product master
The stored customs tariff numbers can now be selected in the product master.
Mapping the customs tariff number on documents
The customs tariff numbers are automatically mapped on the document below the item name when the document is taxed 'Export'.
Settings in the system preferences
In Administration > Settings > System > Basic settings > System in the Receipts area it is possible to restrict in which case the customs tariff number (if any) should appear on the document. A checkmark can be set in the Items with customs tariff number field:
- Checkmark set: The customs tariff number is always mapped in the line items if a customs tariff number exists. The number is displayed regardless of the selected taxation
- Checkmark not set: The customs tariff number and country of origin are only mapped on invoices if they are set to taxation export and a customs tariff number is available
Customs tariff number and customs content declarations
The DHL Versenden interface of xentral allows an automatic printing of the parcel label CP-71 as well as the customs declaration CN-23 for non-EU export deliveries. These are automatically printed along with the parcel label for export deliveries. The customs tariff number of the articles in the parcel is printed on this parcel label.
Practical tip: xentral only copies one customs tariff number per item onto the customs declaration, even for bills of materials and just-in-time bills of materials (set items). This is the usual procedure for BOM articles. Only separate articles generate a transfer of several customs tariff numbers to the customs declaration. If there are set items for which it is mandatory to use two customs tariff numbers, the documents could be broken down elsewhere, such as by transferring the orders to the fulfillment provider, who will break down the set items into a pro forma invoice. In this way, several different tariff numbers can be used for sub-items of a bill of materials. It should be borne in mind that it may then also be necessary to transfer sales prices for the sub-articles.