Food for the future
Food industry is an important supply chain for sustainable wellbeing and eco-friendliness. When consumers have realised this and turned to eat healthy diets, the food production does not serve only needs in the future. Entrepreneurs have also developed food technology. Innovation and research on food processing therefore become vital at this stage.
Importer-Exporter Registration with Customs Department
Traders must register to be listed in Customs Department’s online database in order to perform electronic Customs formalities.
Registration is not required if goods, transportation and insurance fees are less than 1,500 Baht in total and are not prohibited or restricted goods.
Submission through NSW (National Single Window)
Note that some agencies have the NSW system (National Single Window) for your convenience. The applicants must register to use the NSW system with the licensing agency first to get the usage code. Then they will be able to submit documents through the NSW system.
Goods Inspection and Permit Application
Inspection can be skipped for “general goods” and proceed to import-export formalities. However, for “goods requiring import-export permit/certificate”, traders must apply for an import-export permit/certificate from relevant organizations and submit it as supporting document for import-export formalities.
Review category of goods to apply for a permit, download application form, review procedures and supporting documents here.
Department of Livestock Development, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives
Department Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives
Department of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives
Customs Department, Ministry of Finance
- 1 Sunthonkosa Rd, Khwaeng Khlong Toei, Khet Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110
- +66 2667 6000 and +66 2667 7000 or Call Center 1164
- +66 2667 7767
Review import procedures according to mode of import.
Review export procedures according to mode of export.