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MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT
CONSTITUTION OF ASSOCIATION
AGENCY AGREEMENT AND POWER OF ATTORNEY
STANDARD TRADING CONDITIONS
APPLICATION FORM
MEETINGS & SPEECHES
MORE INFO ON CHBA - (NEWSLETTER)
ABOUT MAURITIUS
PRESCRIBED FORMS MRA CUSTOMS
CONTAINER DEMURRAGE CHARGES
PORT STORAGE CHARGES
The Africa Leadership Awards 2014
30th ANNIVERSARY
SOUVENIR MAGAZINE - (626 KB)
SWORN CHB 2009
C/r Farquhar & Dr Sun Yat Sen Streets, Port Louis, Mauritius
Tel: 242 2014 | Fax: 241 0833
“Founded in August 1976, the “Customs House Brokers Association” (CHBA) is an organization which regroups Licensed Customs House Brokers operating in Mauritius.

The objectives of the Association are to promote growth in the profession and fasten cooperation and good fellowship amongst its Members.

Members of the Association are guided by a Code of Ethics and work according to Standard Trading Conditions.
1. Customs broking
Customs brokerage is a profession that involves the 'clearing' of goods through customs for importers and exporters . This involves the preparations of documents and/or electronic submissions, the calculation on behalf of the client of taxes, duties and excises.
 
2. Who is a Customs Broker?
  • Customs Brokers are private individuals licensed, regulated and empowered by the Mauritius Revenue Authority to assist Importers and Exporters in meeting requirements governing Import & Exports.
  • Brokers submit necessary information and appropriate payments to MRA Customs on behalf of their clients and claim their due for the service.
  • Customs Brokers are the interface between the traders and the government regulatory body as well as other private stakeholders.
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