HS CODE quick easy reference guide

Compilation of most utilised imported products for quick easy refernce and lookup of HS code.All products shown here have basic duty free,however other duties,taxes and surcharges are applicable.

 

Computer memory 85423200

Computer mouse 84716060

Keyboard 84716030

Laser Printers 84716026

Inkjet printer 84716027

Monitor 84716030

Scanner 84716050

Hard disk drive 84717020

Cd rom, dvd drive etc 84717070

Laptop, tablet pc 84714110/3010

Mobile phone push button 85171210

Mobile phone touch screen 85171290

Fax machine 85171920

Memory card 85421020

Computerprocessor 85423100

 

Circuit breakers, fuses, electrical switches Lamp bulbs, relays, dc & ac motor starter etc

8536****

 

Magnetic discs, compact discs, video discs

Solid state storage device, smart cards, video tapes,Audio tapes, 8523****

 

Music instruments-piano, keyboard 9201****

Guitar,harp, violin cello etc string instrument-9202****

Electrical instrument-9207****

Furniture-beds,lamps mattresses, cane, bamboo, metalCabinets,bedroom furniture

9403****

Toys games sports-pool, billiards table,Carom boards, playing card games with token

Bowling alley, cards, chess etc 9504****

Ski,surfboards equipment, sail boards,Golf clubs, balls, rackets, ice skates etc

9506****

Cocoa,chocolate products, cocoa beans 1806****

Coffee beans all types 901****

 

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3 Responses to HS CODE quick easy reference guide

  1. Srini March 13, 2013 at 4:49 pm #

    Hello Joel,

    Thank you very very much for this highly useful quick reference guide.

    I was wondering if you could give me a quick clarification. I had suspected (and your reference guide confirms it), that if I were to import a HTC Smartphone from a website based out of UK, then the HS code applicable would be 85171290?

    The cost of the phone is about 420 pounds. Add to it about 22 pounds of shipping charges, that works out to 442 pounds. At the current rate 80.03 Rupees per pound, 442 pounds works out to 35816.36.

    And as per the calculations for import & customs duty of 85171290, the import & customs duties works out to a little under 400 Rupees.

    Am I correct in my above assumptions? Can you please clarify? And if I am correct, how come when I spoke to DHL Customer service (and a few other websites that I checked), they somehow land up with very higher figures of about 5000 to 6000 Rupees?

    Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Srini


    • jojo22 March 14, 2013 at 6:38 am #

      hi srini
      first of all let me tell you that the HS code is only an indication to the basic duty,,which for most electronic products is 0%,,but what it does not give you is the other duties like CVD,octroi,cess etc,,which can bring the total to about 22%-25% of the product.,,so if youre phone costs 420 pounds,,take another 100 pounds for duty/custom charges and another 22 pounds for shipping,,,approx 550 pounds total,,so the figure of 5000-6000 quoted is fine that your courier dhl or fedex will pay on your behalf…


  2. Vinod October 18, 2011 at 8:13 am #

    Very informative post/reviews..thanks for sharing !! Lovely blog..


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