The exporter accreditation requirements are set by the concerned accrediting agency, while the requirements for the activation of accreditation are listed in Customs Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 19-2019 and CMO 26-2019.
The requirements for accreditation shall be transmitted to the concerned accrediting agency. Once accredited, the requirements for activation of accreditation shall then be submitted to the BOC through its portal.
Who are the accrediting agencies for exporters?
Accrediting Agency of Exporters registered with Free Zone Authorities: Philippines Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), Clark Development Corporation (CDC), Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), Zamboanga City Special Economic Zone Authority and Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan.
Other Investment Promotions Agencies: Board of Investment, Tourism Infrastructure Enterprises Zone Authority and Export Marketing Bureau. Other Exporter must be accredited with Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc. and Customs Bonded warehouse Operators.
Yes, accreditation for once-a-year exporters must be applied to the concerned accrediting agencies.
Yes. The required permits and regulating agencies can be found in the Philippine National Trade Repository at https://www.pntr.gov.ph/search-commodity/.
Entities intending to export goods shall register first with the Client Profile Registration System (CPRS) of the Bureau of Customs (BOC).
Entities intending to export goods shall register first with the Client Profile Registration
System (CPRS) of the Bureau of Customs (BOC).
Using the BOC Portal, the broker/exporter shall create a ticket for the submission of the following documents to the Export Division of the Port of Loading:
The ticket created shall then be assigned by the receiving clerk to a Customs Operations Officer (COO) of the Export Division of the Port of Loading.
The COO shall retrieve the ED from the E2M Database for processing based on the selectivity system (Green, Yellow, Orange, or Red).
Export Cargoes that were cleared for loading by Customs shall proceed to the payment of duties and other charges through Authorized Agent Banks (AAB).
STEP 5: RELEASING