Summary of the Instructions Related to
Customs & Goods Transport to the Fairgrounds
Exhibitor may ship the goods by land, sea, or air and he should declare on the shipment policies & the manifest that the goods are shipped to Damascus International Fair.
Certificates of the countries of origin should directly be attached to all goods & equipments brought to the fairgrounds & arriving 15 days before the opening of the fair.
All the imported materials must have original invoices contain accurate details about the imported materials. The Fairgrounds customs will not allow the delivery of the goods that do not have the original detailed invoices.
Officially participating state pavilions may enter goods samples to the Fair with observing the banning of import of some materials like drugs, harmful materials to public health, arms … were a special agreement is demanded.
All the goods, exhibits, equipments are allowed to the fair under regulations of temporary entry. The temporary entry is set after the end of the fair either by re-exporting these goods outside Syria or by one of the free zones or by putting some of the goods in consumption according to the regulations. The declaration in the entry manifest for other non-official exhibitors may not be detailed. As for putting in consumption manifest should be detailed in all cases.
Goods will not be delivered to the participants until they settle all custom charges and accomplish import measures regularly.
Directors of the pavilion may present a list of materials that will be consumed or used for advertising purposes for the costume secretariat to obtain acquittal of fees and to be added to the temporary entry manifest.
Customs fee reduction is applied on goods that come directly form the country of origin to the fair in accordance with bilateral or multilateral agreement.
For more information about participation you may contact your forwarding agent in Syria or the Public Establishment for International Fairs & Exhibitions.