Import and Export License
We assist in the registration of Import and Export Licenses, call us on 011 268 6652 or e-mail email@example.com
Minimal requirements for import and export License?
If you’re applying for an Import and export license, you will need at least a valid bank account and an Income tax Number.
If you have these two stated above, we require payment up front for Import and export licenses.
Apply for an Import and Export license:
You can either apply for an import and export license via an individual (Individual Application) or via a company (Company Application).
Alternatively we have a package deal to save you time:
Who should register as an importer or exporter?
All persons who import or export goods into/out of South Africa shall register as an importer/exporter with Customs.
Why should you apply for an Import/Export License?
It is a statutory obligation to have an import and export license should you engage in overseas or cross border trade.
What is an Importer?
An importer includes any person, who, at the time of importation:
- owns any goods imported
- carries the risk of any goods imported
- acts or represents themselves as if they are the importer or owner of any goods imported;
- actually bringing any goods into South Africa;
- is beneficially interested in any way whatever in any way goods imported or acts on behalf of any such person.
What is an Exporter?
An Exporter is a businessperson who transports goods abroad (for sale).
Can I use a trade mark on goods for export?
Yes, you can, but you must make sure that your trade marks do not infringe somebody else’s rights. Remember that your registration is valid only on the territory of South Africa. You are strongly advised to use an attorney to conduct a trade mark search for you in the country you are exporting to, or depending on the circumstances, apply for a trade mark registration in that country.