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Process

1. Enter the master data (see Master Data for Customs Management).

The data you need in Customs Management documents must exist as master data in the system.
This data includes basic logistics data, such as products and business partners, which you can
transfer from the feeder system, as well as customs-specific data. You can enter this customsspecific data manually or obtain it from a data provider and upload it to the system.
2. Classify the products (see Classification).
To ensure customs monitoring and control of cross-border trade and goods movements subject to
excise duty, the customs authorities have encoded the classification of products into product
groups and measures for their handling in case of imports, exports, and transports under customs
control and grouped them together in nomenclatures of goods. The customs authorities expect
that you declare all products by classifying them with the necessary codes in the relevant
nomenclatures of goods for all communication, to enable them to determine the necessary
measures for handling and calculating customs duties. The classification process involves
assigning these codes to your products.
3. Execute the Customs Management processes for which you have to communicate with the
authorities.
Customs Management helps ensure that your processes are compliant. Standardized
communication simplifies and streamlines your processes, for example, through support for
electronic processing. You can send your declarations to the authorities and print out the
necessary customs papers, such as customs declarations.
Integration with the compliance checks for legal control, embargos, and SPL screening also lets
you check your documents during the incompleteness check when you send messages. This
ensures the compliance of the business transaction at the time you send the declaration to the
authorities (see Sanctioned Party List Screening). You can see screening results in the log from the
incompleteness check, as a standard document processing function.
Document entry and maintenance (see Document Entry and Maintenance)
The document entry and processing area provides the general functions that enable you to
create and maintain documents. The data you need for process handling can be extracted from
logistics documents in an integrated feeder system or entered manually. The system collects
this data in a document object for Customs Management. The actual customs-relevant
transaction for the customs authorities, however, does not take place until you send the
electronic message for a process.
Import (see Customs Import Declarations)
This area provides the processes for import processing and links the individual process steps
with the functions for document entry and maintenance. In addition to customs declarations,
you can also use pre-declarations and customs bills of lading as additional data sources to
process your imports.
Export (see Customs Export Declarations)
This area provides the processes for export processing and links the individual process steps
with the functions for document entry and maintenance.
Inventory-managed customs procedures (see Inventory-Managed Customs Procedures)
This area provides the processes for inventory-managed customs procedures and their special
requirements, and links the individual process steps with the functions for document entry and
maintenance. Examples of inventory-managed customs procedures include the customs
warehousing procedure and inward/outward processing.
Customs duty calculation (see Customs Duty Calculation)
In addition to executing the various customs procedures, you can calculate the customs value
and customs duties at item level in customs duty calculation.
Transit (see Transit Procedure)
The transit procedure allows you to process your internationally traded goods at their ultimate
destination, provided you are certified as an authorized consignee. The transit procedure
enables the customs authorities to identify and monitor the transit of the goods. You can
participate in the EU's IT-supported transit procedure, the New Computerized Transit System
(NCTS), and use it to handle all incoming and outgoing transit procedures.

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This area provides the processes for the transit procedure and links the individual process
steps with the functions for document entry and maintenance.
Presentation (see Presentation)
This area provides the processes for the presentation of imports and links the individual
process steps with the functions for document entry and maintenance.
Monitoring of goods movements subject to excise duty (see Goods Movements Subject to
Excise Duties)
This area provides the processes for monitoring goods movements with excise products and
their special requirements. The process view links the individual process steps with the
functions for document entry and maintenance.
Control of goods movements subject to excise duty (see Goods Movements Subject to Excise
Duties)
You can communicate with the authorities for controls of goods movements subject to excise duty,
such as alcohol, tobacco, and energy products in the European Union, based on administrative
documents.
You can print documents and exchange messages with the authorities electronically
(see Document Printing and Communication)
The document printing features enable you to print foreign trade documents for import and export
processes (such as proof of origin and export declarations) in compliance with your country's legal
requirements, for submission to the customs authorities. The system uses Adobe technology for
forms and printouts. The full integration with Adobe Document Service makes it possible to use
format templates, for example, such as predefined customs authority document templates for
your printouts. You can also use these easy-to-manage Adobe forms in communication with
business partners, for example, in e-mail correspondence.
You have integrated customs processing with the logistics processes in the feeder system
(see Logistics Integration of Feeder System and Customs Management)
If you integrate the processes in Customs Management with the logistics processes in your feeder
system, the logistics integration area contains the special requirements and procedures for linking
logistics and customs processes based on individual logistics documents.