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    Importing tractor parts

    I had to order a new radiator for our tractor from the UK cos we can't get in Thailand. It's now arrived in Thailand and I'm getting messages from the courier about: what is it, what's it for, what's the commodity code etc. I think the wife has sorted that out now, in what way, I'm not sure...

    Does anybody know roughly what the import tax % is? The Gov web site does not make clear what the import tax is for a tractor spare part? From what I'm seeing it could be 30%, 15% or 5% and of course VAT.

    thanks

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    You need to find the HS (Harmonized System Code) to find out the tariff.

    Will let you do search...

    http://igtf.customs.go.th/igtf/en/main_frame.jsp

    http://en.customs.go.th/content.php?...nu=menu_import

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    I was told yesterday that to bring agricultural parts into Thailand there was a tariff of 35-38%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    I was told yesterday that to bring agricultural parts into Thailand there was a tariff of 35-38%.
    The rad cost 365 in the UK + 60 shipping. The total tariff was an eye watering 9650Baht. However still cheaper than buying from New Holland dealership in Chaiyaphum, they wanted close to 900.00.

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    Early this year I sent a machine part (dividing head) from the UK, I purchased it for 100 uk pound, delivery cost 120 uk pound customs & excise 7,600 baht. thank you customs for f_cking me over.

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