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PROCEDURES FOR TIMBER EXPORT LICENCE
 
To Open Cess Deposit Account, 
   ~ Exporter must be registered with MTIB ;
   ~ Document involves: 1 copy of Timber Exporter (T/E) Registration Certificate ; and
   ~ Deposit minimum RM200
 
PROCEDURES FOR PROCESSING EXPORT LICENSE
 
1. Submit the application for timber export licence through on-line (http://www.mtib.gov.my/ or http://mcs.mtib.gov.my)
2. Submit the following supporting documents to the MTIB’s office that issuing the export licence;
 
 Categories  Products  Documents to be submitted:-
 Pay cess
  • Log
  • Sawntimber
  • Plywood
  • Moulding
  • Veneer
  • Particleboard/Chipboard
  • Blockboard
  • Grading summary
  • Kiln Dried/ Treatment certificate (if any)
  • Quota coupon by m3 (plywood/veneer/block board)
  • Packing list/ invoice
  • Approval letter (wherever applicable)
  • Diagram (for moulding only) 
 Without cess
  •  MDF
  •  Packing list/ invoice
 
3. License will be processed within 30 minutes after receiving a complete application.
4. Exporters should print the export license for physical inspection application.
 
TRANSIT OF TIMBER FROM THE PENINSULAR OF MALAYSIA TO SABAH / SARAWAK

1. For transit applications from Peninsular of Malaysia to Sabah / Sarawak, exporters are required to submit a Hardcopy license application to MTIB with the following supporting document :-

   ~ Custom Declaration Form 3 (Movement of timber from Peninsular of Malaysia to Sabah / Sarawak) and

   ~ Other relevant supporting document (Attachment 1) 

 

EXPORT OF RAMIN WOOD (GONYSTYLUS SPP.) AND KARAS/GAHARU (AQUILARIA SPP./GYRINOP SPP.) GOVERNED BY CITES COMMERCIAL REGULATIONS APPENDIX II.

MTIB is the Management Authority for the issuance of CITES Export Permit for the export of Ramin/Karas/Gaharu wood originating from Malaysia, orthe “CITES Re-export Certificate for the re-export of Ramin/Karas/Gaharu wood from other countries, or the CITES Import Permit for the import of Ramin/Karas/Gaharu wood.

(All exporters are required to apply a CITES Export Permit if the export products species are listed under CITES)