MSC has been operating in Indonesia since 1996. Today MSC has around 180 staff dedicated to servicing the needs of our customers with six offices in the country – in Jakarta, Surabaya, Semarang, Belawan, Panjang, and Palembang – which are located close to the main ports of Indonesia. To further extend our business coverage, we are also represented by sub-agents in Padang, Batam, Solo, Bandung, Makassar, and Bali.
MSC offers the widest port coverage in Indonesia with four independent feeder networks connecting Indonesia ports with transshipment hub ports in Singapore, Tanjung Pelepas, and Yantian, where shippers can then leverage on MSC’s comprehensive global network of services with addition two direct calls in Jakarta bound for Australia and New Zealand.
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As per customs regulation, TAX ID of the consignee need to be mentioned on the consignee's column. If the consignee is "To order of Bank"/ To order Bill, Tax ID of the notify party need to be mentioned. As per Jan 2021, TAX ID is a mandatory to be mentioned on the B/L and Manifest. Failed to provide may result the customs fine.
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MSCID eTax In pursuant to Indonesian Tax Regulation, an Income Tax Article 23 (Tax rate: 2%) is withheld and paid to Tax Office by Clients for certain services rendered by Vendor. As per January 2022 MSC Indonesia is implementing WHT Art. 23 reimbursement process using web-based application system that enables customers to upload their electronic Tax Slip without submit the documents via email.
Click here to access the platform.
- Submit reimbursement letter with supporting document such as Original Withholding tax slip (WHT Slip), copy of submission to tax office, and copy of tax return.
- MSCID Tax Dept then will perform validation process prior process the payment.
- Upon validation, MSC will process payment to Client by petty cash for any reimbursement up to IDR 100,000 (threshold) and by T/T for reimbursement above the threshold.
With respective to the implementation of e-bupot system by Indonesian Tax Office with effective starting from 1st September 2020, WHT Art. 23 Tax Slip would be generated in .pdf file with QR code is embedded in each and every Tax slip. Validation process then would be performed by scanning QR code on the platform.