10 Things To Know About Temporary Importation (TI) In Nigeria

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8 Responses

  1. joel yilshan says:

    TIP issue seems complicated before, but this little explanation has thought me a lot. Thanks.

  2. Ene says:

    Thanks a lot. Pls where is your office in PH.

  3. Victor Emah says:

    This is really an eye opener. Thank you for this. However, my questions are:

    1. At what point is the TIP required: before shipment at Port of loading or after shipment at the Port of landing?

    2. What if you want to temporarily import goods whose worth at less than $100,000.00?

    Thank you

    • Fortune Global says:

      At what point is the TIP required: before shipment at Port of loading or after shipment at the Port of landing?
      TI must be processed before the arrival of equipment at the port of landing.

      What if you want to temporarily import goods whose worth at less than $100,000.00?
      Anything below this value requires duty payment.

  4. David says:

    I am looking at budgeting importation of an intelligent pigging tool for work in Total Port Harcourt. I would like a budgetary cost if possible.

    Can you please advise what the typical cost of such will be? This tools are worth between 500k – 5 m USD and required in country for between 1 month to 3 months.

    Cheers,
    David

    • Fortune Global says:

      Apologies for the delayed response.
      Kindly provide us with the exact cost, number, and nature of the equipment. This will enable us to confirm if the equipment is valid for TI and cost.

      You can reach us on [email protected]

      Thanks.

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