Chapter 41: Raw Hides, Skins and leather HS Code (other than furskins)
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HS Codes of Raw Hides And Skins Of Bovine (including Buffalo) Or Equine Animals (fresh Or Salted, Dried, Limed, Pickled Or Otherwise Preserved, But Not Tanned, Parchment- Dressed Or Further Prepared), Whether Or Not Dehaired Or Split
Harmonised Codes of Raw Skins Of Sheep Or Lambs (Fresh, Or Salted, Dried, Limed, Pickled Or Otherwise Preserved, But Not Tanned, Parchment- Dressed Or Further Prepared), Whether Or Not With Wool On Or Split, Other Than Those Excluded By Note 1 ( C ) To This Chapter
Harmonised Codes of Other Raw Hides And Skins (fresh, Or Salted, Dried, Limed, Pickled Or Otherwise Preserved, But Not Tanned, Parchment- Dressed Or Further Prepared), Whether Or Not Dehaired Or Split, Other Than Those Excluded By Note 1(b) Or 1(c) To This Chapter
HS Codes of Tanned or crust hides and skins of bovine (including buffalo) or equine animals, without hair on the
Harmonised Codes of Tanned Or Crust Skins Of Sheep Or Lambs, Without Wool On, Whether Or Not Split, But Not Further Prepared
Harmonised Codes of Tanned Or Crust Hides And Skins Of Other Animals, Without Wool Or Hair On, Whether Or Not Split But Not Further Prepared – Of Goats Or Kids:
HS Code of Leather Further Prepared After Tanning Or Crusting, Including Parchment-dressed Leather, Of Bovine (including Buffalo) Or Equine Animals, Without Hair On, Whether Or Not Split, Other Than Leather Of Heading 4114 – Whole Hides And Skins:
Harmonised Codes of Leather further prepared after tanning or crusting, including parchment-dressed leather, of sheep o
HS Code of Leather Further Prepared After Tanning Or Crusting, Including Parchment-dressed Leather, Of Other Animals, Without Wool Or Hair On, Whether Or Not Split, Other Than Leather Of Heading 4114
HS Code of Chamois (including Combination Chamois) Leather; Patent Leather And Patent Laminated Leather; Metallised Leather
HS Codes of Composition Leather With A Basis Of Leather Or Leather Fiber, In Slabs, Sheets Or Strip, Whether Or Not In Rolls; Parings And Other Waste Of Leather Or Of Composition Leather, Not Suitable For The Manufacture Of Leather Articles; Leather Dust, Powder And
Chapter 41: Raw Hides and Skins (other than furskins) and leather HS Code
Harmonized System Product codes (ITC HS Code list)
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Importance of import and export?
The HS code system is developed, maintained, and updated by the World Customs Organisation (WCO) as per the requirements. Nearly 200 countries follow these ITC HS code as it is recognized at the international level. And it makes it very easy to identify a product by its code rather than using its name. You can compare it with the PIN code that we use for our cities. Over 98% of the goods involved in international trade are classified in terms of the HS Code.
It is a six-digit identification code.
It has 5000 commodity groups.
Those groups have 99 chapters.
Those chapters have 21 sections.
What Is The Difference Between ITC-HS Code And HS Code?
ITC stands for Indian Trade Classification or Indian Tariff Code. ITC-HS CODE CAN BE CALLED AS INDIAN VERSION OF HS CODE. ITC HS Code has an 8 digit nomenclature. The first 6 digits of the HS Code are the same for all the countries that follow WCO standards.
US (United States) HS code follows a 10 digit nomenclature system. Remember the first six digit is the same as WCO standard.
The main difference between ITC-HS Code and HSN Code is that ITC has added further 2 digits in the 6 digit HS structure to classify “Tariff Items”. This addition has been done by following the existing rules of WCO without any changes in the existing structure.
What is the difference between the HS Code and HSN code?
HS code is a six-digit nomenclature system, which is followed worldwide. But HSN code is an eight-digit nomenclature system generally called ITC HSN code (Indian Trade Classification or Indian Tariff CodeHarmonizedSystem of Nomenclature) especially followed in India.
Note: First six digit of both HS CODE and HSN CODE is same.
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