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What is HTS Code for US Customs?


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What is HTS Code for US Customs?

Learn about customs HTS (Harmonized Tariff Schedule) codes:


The HTS code is a ten-digit code (format: xxxx.xx.xxxx) used to classify imported goods for customs purposes. The first six digits are internationally standardized, and the last four are specific to U.S. requirements. The HTS is important for determining applicable duties, tariffs, quotas, and other trade regulations for products entering the United States.


This is a public resource and it can be found here


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HTS (Harmonized Tariff Schedule) Code is the detailed list of all merchandises and the tax percentage for each product. This resource is provided FREE by U.S. Customs and you can find it here:

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Disclaimer: Please note that all information provided in this post is for reference purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. It is recommended that you consult with a qualified professional for specific inquiries or concerns. This website is not comprehensive and does not encompass all the necessary aspects of import procedures. 


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