By itself, the import of any product has a great degree of complexity. For this reason, a Foreign Trade professional needs to have a great knowledge of good practices to start any procedure. However, there are 5 complex products to import that stand out and require a lot of attention to avoid problems for the release of goods to the Federal Revenue. Check out what they are in this post:
The import process involves the authorization of ANVISA. The company must have an authorization to operate issued by ANVISA and the product must also be duly registered with ANVISA. Before the clearance of the goods the importer must obtain an import license from ANVISA. The whole process must be very well instructed and equipped with complete documentation for its success.
Toy is made for playing, but when it comes to importing, it gets pretty serious. The process is very delicate because these are products that can pose a health risk - pieces that can be swallowed, toxic substances that cannot be ingested, and so on.
Therefore, all toy imports only happen with INMETRO's authorization and as soon as the cargo arrives in Brazil, samples of the toys are taken for batch certification.
The importation is only authorized when the tests are performed and the product is considered adequate to INMETRO's legislation.
Before being cleared, animal products need the consent of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA).
Instructive documents, such as certificates of analysis, phytosanitary and origin must be within the parameters expected by the MAPA.
Imports of these products will be physically inspected by the MAPA - to verify the quality and storage conditions of the products.
After the granting of the import license, the products have their import authorized.
This is a very delicate process because the goods are usually stuffed in refrigerated containers (reefers containers) and any documentary discrepancy results in the accumulation of demurrage of the units, besides the high cost of keeping the equipment connected to the outlet to ensure the proper temperature of the products.
Here we do not need to delve deeper into the reasons for having an import control on weapons and ammunition.
All imports of arms and ammunition require authorization from the Army, specifically from the DPFC (Directorate of Controlled Products).
There are distinct categories of products, commonly called "bands".
Examples of Product Classification by Range:
Check the complete list of products and their tracks here
Here we have two cases:
For these "projects" it is necessary to obtain special authorization from the Federal Revenue Service. The clearance process is usually accompanied by expert opinion to confirm that all shipments linked to the process are parts of the said equipment to be assembled in Brazil.