We collect Customs charges on goods coming into and going out of Fiji.
When you bring goods into Fiji you may need to pay Customs duty and other charges on your arrival. What you pay will depend on a number of factors such as; whether the goods are for your own personal use; whether they are covered by a concession or duty-free allowance; whether they are for commercial use.
When taking goods out of Fiji, your goods may incur a fee if they require Customs inspection.
Find out more about what you may need to pay, the concessions that might apply, how to work out the charges, our methods of payment, and the exchange rates Customs uses.
Detailed information on duty rates and other applicable fees that make up your Custom charges.
This amount are known as:
a – Value for Duty (VFD) which is used as the base for calculation of Fiscal, Import Excise and VAT payable. It is inclusive of Cost, Insurance & Freight (CIF) charges.
(If the invoice term is not in CIF, please contact your shipping agent for the freight charges and confirm the insurance charges from any of our customs offices.)
b – Tariff Classification of LCD Screen and this determines the rates of duty applicable
c – Fiscal Duty rate
d – Import Excise Duty rate
e – VAT rate
f – In order to calculate VAT payable; you must first find the Value for VAT (VFV). VFV is inclusive of VFD + Fiscal duty payable + Import Excise payable
g – Fiscal duty payable
h – Import Excise Duty payable
i – VAT payable
j – Total Duty Payable to FRCA
Calculation of Duty Payable on motor Vehicle
When entering Fiji you may not need to pay Customs duty. Find out what concessions apply and when. Refer to Passenger Allowance parts 2 & 3 of 2012 Fiji Harmonized Customs Tariff Schedule)
Payments are done directly to the cashiers to FRCA office.
Tariff Classification & Rates
For all importers, here are the tariff classifications, duty rates and allowable concessions from the 2012 Fiji Harmonized Customs Schedule.
Fiji importers and exporters require their own unique identification numbers for shipments. For more information, Contact Us or email: email@example.com.Print This Page Email This Page