(RUS) Create a customs journal for import or export operations [AX 2012]

Updated: February 4, 2014

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

Use the Customs journal form to create a customs journal for import or export operations. All procedures that are related to customs clearance are registered by using a customs journal.

  1. Click Inventory management > Common > All customs journals. Click Customs journal.

    NoteNote

    You cannot create a customs journal for a non-inventoried or a category-based item.

  2. In the Log type field, select Import to specify that the customs journal is for import operations.

    NoteNote

    You can use a similar process to create a customs journal for export operations. You must select Export in the Log type field. You must also select a posting type for the customs journal in the Posting type field.

  3. In the Partner code field, select the identification code of the foreign counteragent.

  4. In the Agreement ID field, select the contract registration number for the partner or vendor.

  5. In the Customs code field, select the code of a customs authority or office. The customs office code is set up in the Customs counteragents form.

  6. In the CMR\BOL field, enter the Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR) or bill of lading (BOL) number.

  7. In the CMR\BOL date field, select the date of the CMR or BOL document.

  8. In the TIR field, enter the Transports Internationaux Routiers (TIR) number that is specified by the customs authorities. TIR monitors the movement of goods across international borders.

  9. In the Declaration date field, select the date when the customs declaration is created.

  10. In the Broker code field, select the identification code of the customs broker.

  11. In the Requisites of customs services vendor field group, in the Agreement ID field, select the contract registration number for the customs authority or customs broker.

  12. In the Customs clearance method field, select the method that is used to calculate customs payment.

  13. In the Country/region field, specify the default country or region that is associated with the foreign partner.

  14. Select the Include to the cost price check box to include the customs fees with the cost price.

  15. Click OK to create a customs journal.

Note Note

After you create a customs journal for import operations, you can calculate the storage fee and escort fee for goods and duty by using the Customs duty calculation form. The calculation results are updated in the Fees of storage and escort form. You can also verify the totals for the customs journal lines in the Totals form.


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