1. The applicant submits a customs letter specifying the items and materials to be entered for the purpose of completing the manufacture and re-exporting them and specifying the shape and quantity of the final product.
2. A copy of the contract or agreement concluded with the government or investment entity for which the project is being executed must be submitted for its account in the event of the introduction of heavy machinery and equipment to complete the projects and to conduct scientific and practical experiments related to it.
3. Submit a financial or bank guarantee equivalent to the taxes "customs duties",
and pay other due fees or a written undertaking from the government agency or an undertaking from the guarantor of the goods.
4. Goods are subject to inspection, inspection and conformity in accordance with risk standards.
5. In the case of temporary admission through the first port of entry into the Kingdom of Bahrain, the applicant must obtain approval for temporary admission from the General Administration of Customs in the country of destination from the GCC countries.
6. Submit the required permits and approvals from the competent authorities for the restricted goods.
1. The period of temporary admission should not exceed six months (180 days), which can be extended for similar periods and a maximum of one year (365 days) only for the cases mentioned below.
2. Goods entered under the temporary admission status may not be used, assigned, or disposed of for purposes other than for which they were entered.
3. It is not permissible to change the type and description of the machinery and equipment that were introduced to implement the projects, except after obtaining the approval of the Customs Affairs.
4. The temporary admission of spare parts, tires, batteries and other consumable materials in the projects is not permitted.
5. Goods prohibited internationally or locally, or subject to international agreements and treaties in force and local regulations, as well as counterfeit and fraudulent goods, or in violation of approved specifications or intellectual property rights, may not be temporarily admitted.
1. The following goods are permitted for temporary admission:
• Heavy machinery and equipment to complete projects or to conduct practical and scientific experiments pertaining to those projects.
• Foreign goods imported with the intention of completing the manufacture.
• What is temporarily imported for stadiums, theaters, exhibitions and the like.
• Machinery, equipment and devices that are imported into the country with the intention of repairing them.
Imported containers and covers for filling.
• Commercial samples for display.
• Other cases that require this
2. The project that benefits from temporary admission must be one of the projects implemented for the account of the GCC countries or of the projects whose implementation requires the introduction of machinery and equipment necessary for this purpose, provided that they are not available in the local markets.
3. Heavy machinery and equipment not available in the local market may be entered to complete investment projects or carry out practical and scientific experiments related to those projects for a period of six months, which can be extended for similar periods and a maximum of three years, unless the period required to implement the project requires more than this period.
4. The temporary admission of previously imported foreign goods for the purpose of completing the manufacture for a period not exceeding a total of one year (365 days) from the date of the temporary admission statement.
5. The customs office may take the necessary procedures and measures by using the appropriate means (photographic images, electronic barcodes, sample taking, sample stamping ... etc.) that enable the customs office to match the goods upon re-exportation.
6. The temporary entry status ends by re-exporting the imported goods outside the GCC states, depositing them in free zones, customs warehouses, or warehouses, or placing them in local consumption after paying the customs taxes due on them and submitting the certificate of origin thereon.
7. The period of temporary admission may be extended for the cases that are permitted, provided that an application is submitted to the General Administration of Customs in the country of destination from the GCC countries to approve the extension, and then submitted to the first entry port before the end of the period granted.
8. Every shortage that appears when goods that have been released for temporary admission are subject to customs taxes due at the time of their entry. The type and description of the imported machinery and equipment may not be changed, except after obtaining the approval of the General Administration of Customs.