Asked by: Elisabeta Negri
Asked in category: business and finance, aviation industry
Last Updated: 18th Jun 2024

What is a harmonized tariff code?

A HS or HTS code is for Harmonized System, or Harmonized Tariff Scheme. The codes were developed by the World Customs Organization. They are used to classify or define international traded goods. The number of digits in the code is what distinguishes an HS code from an HTS code.



How do I find the Harmonized Tariff Code, exactly?

These steps will help you search for a harmonized code of tariff: Click the Customs Documentation tab and view the International Commodities grid. You will find a Code Lookup link just below the grid. This button is to be selected.

Also, find out what a harmonized shipping code is. International shipments require the HS Code (6a10 digits). This number is used to identify products that have been shipped internationally by customs.

Another question is: What is a Harmonized Tariff Number?

Harmonized Tariff Schedule numbers (HTS) are 10 digit codes that identify an import product for U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Email [emailA] if you have any questions about HTS classification, or if you would like us to classify your product.

Is HS code the same as tariff code

A HS or HTS code is for Harmonized System, or Harmonized Tariff Scheme. The codes were developed by the World Customs Organization. They are used to classify or define international traded goods. The number of digits in the code is what distinguishes an HS code from an HTS code.