Licensed Manufacturing Warehouse is established under the provision of section 65/65A of the Customs Act 1967. A LMW is granted to any person for warehousing and manufacturing approved products on the same premise. It is primarily intended to cater for export oriented industries.
In order to apply for a LMW license, the manufacturer shall fulfil the terms as stated below:
The manufacturer can apply by submitting at the nearest Customs Office which is close to the manufacturing premises, subject to conditions and procedures.
A Manufacturing Bonded Warehouse is also known as a Licensed Manufacturing Warehouse (LMW) in Malaysia, as defined by section 65/65A of the Customs Act 1967. Any individual can apply for a LMW if they wish to warehouse and manufacture approved products on the same premises.
The same tax benefits are available to LMW as they are to FIZ, such as total tax exemption for raw materials, components, machinery, and equipment used directly in the production process.
Customs duty exemption is given to all raw materials and components used directly in the manufacturing process of approved produce from the initial stage of manufacturing until the finished product is finally packed ready for export.
The LMW holder must provide DHL Express with the below documents prior to importation
The approval is given by the Industrial Department of RMCD for importation of raw materials, packaging, machinery and tools as well as return shipments due to various reasons.
|Overseas Import into LMW||K1|
|Domestic into LMW||K9||Declaration is not done by DHL Express Malaysia|
|LMW to PCA (Domestic)||K9||Declaration is not done by DHL Express Malaysia|
|LMW to Bonded Warehouse||K2|
|FZ to LMW||K1|
|LMW to FZ||K2|
|LMW to Overseas||K2|
It is the responsibility of the companies that are situated in the LMW to have a document control process with regards to shipment movement. DHL Express will only provide the copy of the Invoice, Waybill and the Declaration Form to the companies during shipment delivery.