All persons are being asked to register with Her Majesty’s Customs to obtain a trader identification number, or to gain CAPS access as Customs stations in the Territory will no longer be accepting manual or paper trader declarations from Tuesday, November 1.
Her Majesty’s Customs is advising the public that effective October 17, all annual commercial vessel licences and temporary vessel importation licences must only be processed at the Road Town Customs station located at Waterfront Drive.
Topic: Customs, Taxes and Tenders | Posted By: npickering
Tuesday, 20 September 2016 - 12:59pm
Over twenty registered traders and importers from Virgin Gorda are now aware of the Customs Automated Processing Systems (CAPS), following a trader declaration orientation held last Thursday September 15.
All importers, brokers, and agents of the Virgin Gorda community are notified that Her Majesty’s Customs will hold a Customs Automated Processing Systems (CAPS) trader declaration orientation on the sister island on Thursday, September 15.
Her Majesty’s Customs is computerising all clearance procedures for goods effective November 1, as the department moves towards full automation using the Customs Automated Processing System (CAPS) where trader declarations can be completed and submitted online.
The Commissioner of Customs is urging boaters, agents and marine charter companies to remain compliant with the Commercial Recreational Vessels Licencing Act No.8 of 1992 and Cruising Permit Ordinance.