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How to enter manually customs value in export declaration

Hello,

Would anyone help me how to enter customs value manually in export declaration. All I get is empty screen and there should be something like pricing procedure. The original proforma in the feeder system has no value, but users say they should be able to enter it manually in GTS.

Thank you very much

Olaf

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    Sep 29, 2015 at 05:58 AM

    Hi Olaf,

    As you mentioned in your case, there is no actual transfer of Prices/values from Feeder system to GTS system, hence in your case you can define a duty type A001 and then specify it as manual to be maintained in the GTS itself in the customs declaration. Coupled with the definition and assignment of the above duty type, please carry out the other settings of the Customs Duty Framework in GTS, which you can access via. the below mentioned path.

    • SAP GTS-->SPR-->SAP Global Trade Services-->Customs Management-->Calculation of Customs Duty

    I hope this was the required.

    Br,

    Aman

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      Hi Aman,

      Your remarks are very helpful. I have gone through the SPRO and A001 is marked as manual entry, however the info says it only applies to duty types B*

      Indicator: Handle Manual Entries for Customs Tolls

      Handling of manual entries for customs duties

      Use

      Control of readiness for input for customs duties with type B*, such as customs duty B100 (third-country duty) or B200 (preferential customs duties)."

      Apart from that the whole screen in Customs value tab is empty and there is no button to add the duty types manually. This screen looks non active (see attachment in my original post) with Calculation status - Calculation not completed - no result possible.

      Best regards,

      Olaf

  • Sep 29, 2015 at 09:18 PM

    Hello Olaf,

    In your screenshot, the calculation status icon shows the calculation not completed. Proforma invoices in the source system can have the basic price of the product. Review the proforma invoice in the feeder system (conditions tab) to assess if you have missed entering a value or the order was not completed correctly.  Some of the conditions in the proforma will be marked as statistical, the statistical value from the proforma would come up as value of goods on the custom declaration. This field of value of goods can be edited manually in GTS customs declaration.

    Thanks,

    Shrini

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    • Former Member

      Hello Shrini,

      Thank you but the value of goods on header level has the field greyed out and it says 0.00. I have tried numerous things to activate this, but no luck...

      Regards,

      Olaf

  • Sep 30, 2015 at 06:52 PM

    Hi Olaf,

    You don't mention which Legal Regulation you are using, so I assume that you've set up your own localisation for a non-standard country?

    In the IMG, take a look at the "Duty Structure for Exports" for Legal Regulation 'ACE' (because it's simple, and sits at the top of the list).  The IMG path, in case you don't know, is:

    • Customs Management
    • > Calculation of Customs Duty
    • >> Define Customs Duty Framework

    Start off by copying those same Duty Types (A001 - 3), C100 & W001) for your own Legal Regulation.

    Then create a new Export Declaration.  This time, you will see that the Duty Types are shown in header and item.  You'll be able to enter the Goods Value in the item, and the Transport & Insurance costs at the header.

    If you create the Declaration by transferring a proforma from ERP, the Goods Value should be populated automatically.

    Hopefully that will get you started.  If you have further questions, then come back to us.

    Regards,

    Dave

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    • Former Member Dave Willis

      Hi Dave,

      Thank you for the points. All the responses were very helpful for me.

      I do see the pricing conditions in header and I'm able to maintain them except for the statustical value and value of goods, eg

      Description Value of Goods
      Legal Regulation ACE
      Currency USD
      Sequence Number 10
      Type of Duty A001
      Value Type 001
      Duty Category A0
      Manual Entries X
      Toll at Header Level C
      Currency USD
      Data Transfer Currency USD


      Description Transportation Costs
      Legal Regulation ACE
      Original Amount 12.00
      Currency USD
      Sequence Number 20
      Type of Duty A002
      Duty Category A0
      Manual Entries X
      Toll at Header Level X
      Distribution Key B
      Amount Customs Curr. 12.00
      Currency USD
      Amount for Data Transfer 12.00
      Data Transfer Currency USD

      But entering the active values does absolutely nothing to the item. So you might be right, there is something strange in the system.

      Best regards,

      Olaf