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October 13, 2013

Mengurus API dan NIK Bea Cukai. API Umum API Produsen Ijin Impor dan Nomor Identitas Kepabeanan dari Bea Cukai

Kami CV Sarana Andalan menerima Jasa pengurusan API Angka Pengenal Impor API Umum API Produsen untuk usaha anda. persyaratan untuk pengurusan API :
Akta pendirian dan pengesahannya
Akta perubahan terakhir dan pengesahannya
Surat Keterangan Domisili usaha
Kartu NPWP, SKT dan PKP
KTP dan NPWP Direksi dan Komisaris
Surat Referensi Bank
Laporan Keuangan, Struktur organisasi (bila tidak ada bisa saya bantu bikinkan)
Bukti kepemilikan tempat atau surat perjanjian sewa kontrak (minimal 2 tahun).
Pas foto penandatangan di dokumen API 2 lembar ukuran 3 x 4 berwarna dengan bacground merah.
komoditi / HS code barang yg akan di import

Selanjutnya mengurus ijin dari Bea Cukai yaitu NIK Nomor Identitas Kepabenan, yg dulu disebut SRP.

Mengurus API dan NIK Bea Cukai. API Umum API Produsen Ijin Impor dan Nomor Identitas Kepabeanan dari Bea Cukai
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