H.S. Code for a repair kit?

Question posted by Kevin Coultham, on behalf of Dyrhoff Ltd in Kent

Hi,
We ship various components internationally, one of these components is a rubber repair kit. This repair kit comprises of a number of tools and also some adhesives and vulcanizing compounds. I have been able to identify the H.S. codes for the components individually, however I'm not sure where I stand if they are packaged into a repair kit. The quantities of each component are small and under 1 Kg. Ideally I would like to find one code that covers all the items in the kit.... I hope someone can help

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Darren Thomas, on behalf of Simpex Freight Management in LS15.

Good afternoon.

Can you please tell me what the rubber repair kit will be repairing Air crafts, car tyres?

I can then give you the correct commodity code.

Best regards.

Darren Thomas - Business Development Manager
Tel: 0113 3970 461
Mob: 07979140007
Email: darren.thomas@simpexfm.com

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PETER BRIALEY, on behalf of STI GLOBAL LOGISTICS LTD in SS13.

Hi
In response to your question if these are repair kits for Cars, Motorcycles, Bicycles which I am presuming they are then quite simply your Commodity Code for export will be as follows:
8714 1030 00 - This heading basically covers parts and accessories of the above vehicles under road wheels and parts and accessories thereof.

Any assistance I can give you for the shipping as well I would be pleased to offer our assistance. We are STI Global Logistics Ltd, my contact details as follows:

Ian Robery
BDM
STI Global Logistics Ltd.,
Office Tel: 01268 289653
Mobile: 07554 117585
email: irobery@stigl.co.uk

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PETER BRIALEY, on behalf of STI GLOBAL LOGISTICS LTD in SS13.

Hi
In response to your question if these are repair kits for Cars, Motorcycles, Bicycles which I am presuming they are then quite simply your Commodity Code for export will be as follows:
8714 1030 00 - This heading basically covers parts and accessories of the above vehicles under road wheels and parts and accessories thereof.

Any assistance I can give you for the shipping as well I would be pleased to offer our assistance. We are STI Global Logistics Ltd, my contact details as follows:

Ian Robery
BDM
STI Global Logistics Ltd.,
Office Tel: 01268 289653
Mobile: 07554 117585
email: irobery@stigl.co.uk

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Kevin Coultham, on behalf of Dyrhoff Ltd in Kent.

Hi,

The repair kit is for a inflatable rubber dam. Essentially the parts are the same as used for car tyre repair.

Thanks for your responses thus far

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Hello Kevin,
The rules of tariff classification are as follows for goods presented in sets:
GIR 3 b) Goods are classified according to the ingredient, material, component
or article that gives the mixtures, composite goods or sets their
‘essential character’.

If you can't decide which item gives the set its essential character the rule is:
GIR 3 c) apply the Heading that in terms of numerical order of the
commodity code occurs last

If you need any further help feel free to contact me.

Regards
Susan
enquiries@morley-consulting.co.uk
www.morley-consulting.co.uk

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HMRC Advisor, on behalf of HM Revenue & Customs in G67.

Information on the Customs requirements for exporting is given in HMRC Public Notice 275. All notices can be found on our website www.hmrc.gov.uk under Quick Links > Library > Official Statistics – Publications – Notices, Info Sheets & Other Reference Materials > Import, Export & International Trade. The Public Notices are in numerical order.

To find the correct commodity code for the goods from our Tariff Classification Helpdesk on (+44) 03000 513777 or by email at tariff.classification@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk

HM Revenue & Customs
Customs International Trade & Excise
www.hmrc.gov.uk/contactus

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