Permits & Licenses | Bonded Zone Registration

The Indonesian Director-General of Customs and Excise overseas special customs zones whereby certain imported goods may be packed, repacked, sorted, consolidated, separated, and adjusted before being re-exported within a period of time without being subject to import duties and taxes.  Manufacturing, heavy equipment, mining, oil and gas, and other industries that import materials for re-export may take advantage of this exemption facility.

Contact one of our associates at Prudenta Business Advisory for assistance Customs & Immigration services, including:

  • Customs Registration and Identification Number (NIK)
  • Importer Identification Number (API)
  • Special Importer Identification Number (NPIK)
  • Bonded zone and warehouse registration
  • Masterlist application


  • Bonded Warehouse Permit
  • Bonded Zone Principle Permit (before a physical building is established in an industrial zone)
  • Bonded Zone Establishment Permit (after a physical building is established)

Estimated time
25 working days upon receipt of all complete documents

Documents required

  • Application to the Director-General of Customs and Excise
  • Proof of ownership or control of property, building or area with clear boundaries, location map, and site plan for the proposed bonded zone or warehouse
  • Environmental permits including UUG-HO, AMDAL, UPK-UKL
  • Articles of Association, with all amendments and approvals, and complete company registrations
  • Taxable Company Registration (PKP) and proof of payment of corporate tax for the latest tax year (SPTPP), if applicable

Prevailing regulation(s)
Regulation of the Minister of Finance No. 143/PMK.04/2011 regarding Bonded Warehouse
Regulation of the Minister of Finance No. 147/PMK.04/2011 regarding Bonded Zone


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