HS Codes Chapter 81 - Other Base Metals

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Chapter - 81 Other base metals; cermets; articles thereof.
Heading 8101Tungsten "wolfram" and articles thereof, n.e.s.; tungsten waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing tungsten)
Heading 8102Molybdenum and articles thereof, n.e.s.; molybdenum waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing molybdenum)
Heading 8103Tantalum and articles thereof, n.e.s.; tantalum waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing tantalum)
Heading 8104Magnesium and articles thereof, n.e.s.; magnesium waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing magnesium)
Heading 8105Cobalt mattes and other intermediate products of cobalt metallurgy; cobalt and articles thereof, n.e.s.; cobalt waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing cobalt)
Heading 8106Bismuth and articles thereof, n.e.s.; bismuth waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing bismuth)
Heading 8107Cadmium and articles thereof, n.e.s.; cadmium waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing cadmium)
Heading 8108Titanium and articles thereof, n.e.s.; titanium waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing titanium)
Heading 8109Zirconium and articles thereof, n.e.s.; zirconium waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing zirconium)
Heading 8110Antimony and articles thereof, n.e.s.; antimony waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing antimony)
Heading 8111Manganese and articles thereof, n.e.s.; manganese waste and scrap (excluding ash and residues containing manganese)
Heading 8112Beryllium, chromium, germanium, vanadium, gallium, hafnium "celtium", indium, niobium "columbium", rhenium and thallium, and articles of these metals, n.e.s.; waste and scrap of these metals (excluding ash and residues containing these metals)
Heading 8113Cermets and articles thereof, n.e.s.; waste and scrap of cermets (excluding ash and residues containing cermets)

FAQs About Global HS Code List

As we come across new product launches every day, so there was a need to create a system to track import and export of a nation. So, A Harmonized System Code or Harmonized System of Nomenclature was developed by the World Customs Organization (WCO) in 1988. Since 1988, HS Codes have been reformed five times, namely in 1996, 2002, 2007, 2012, and 2017. The sole purpose of Global HS Codes is to identify different goods and products which assist authorities in charging custom Duties, Surcharge, taxes, and monitor import export. An HC Code list includes specific names and HS numbers to classify various goods and commodities.

HS Codes are of great use in international trade as they cover over 5000+ commodities and 95% of global Trade.HS Codes are very important while performing import/export operations. The customs authorities use HS Codes to identify goods and commodities and apply tariffs and taxes. If you don’t include the correct HS Code on your Commercial bill and shipment details, it will result in the recipient paying the wrong tax while your shipment might delay.

A HS Code can be of 6 to 10 digits, in which the first six digits remains same for all countries as per WCO rules and norms while last 4 digits are used variably by custom authorities. A Global HS Code list includes 21 sections and 99 chapters which are followed by 1,244 heading and 5,244 subheadings.
For Further Explanation, let us now understand with General structure of HS Code with an example.

Consider this HS Code: 88664422
·Chapter: Here First two digits (88) represents chapter,
· Heading: Next two digits (66) represent headings.
·Subheading: Further, two digits (44) represent subheadings.
· Regional Tariff: Last Two digits (22) represent Regional Tariff.

By using our HS Code Search option, you can find the HS Code of your desired goods and products. You just simply need to enter the product and perform the search, and then your HS code will appear. Now, how would you identify the chapter, heading, and subheading of your product? You can easily understand the HS Code Structure in the table given below.

Type Product Category HS Code
Section Textiles & Textile Articles ******
Chapter (88) Knitted or crocheted fabrics 88
Heading (66) Fabrics, knitted or crocheted, of a width of 30 cm 8866
Subheading (44) Knitted or crocheted fabrics of artificial filaments PRINTED 886644
Regional Tariff (22) ******** 88664422

Hence, the HS Code for printed fabric is 88664422.

Yes, HS Code is Different per country for the classification of goods. Each country has its addition to the HS Code system to transfer vital information of goods. The first six digits remains fixed while the rest are decided by the respected country.

ITC HS Codes are categorized into two schedules –
Schedule (I) – It Includes all the rules and procedures of import policies.
Schedule (II) – It consists of all rules and procedures of all export operations of the country.

The India HS/HSN Code list covers around 21 sections followed by 99 chapters, 1244 headings and 5,222 subheadings. Every section is classified into different chapters. Each chapter consists of several headings and every heading consists of many Subheadings.

For example, suppose you are looking for the ITC-HS Code of a painting. After performing a search on our HS Code Search, you found that ITC-HS Code for painting is 970110. Now, to understand this product's ITC-HS Code structure, read the points given below:
· Here, the first two digits (97) represent chapters. · The two digits (01) represent heading. · And the last two digits (10) represent subheading.

Exim Trade data offers a Harmonized system code list of over 60+ countries across the globe. You can search the HS Code of any product by simply entering the product name on the search option. Also, you can view the sample global import export trade data (search) at Exim Trade Data. We give deep insights into world trade data that will help you derive better strategies, avoid risk and find better business opportunities across the globe.

HS Code in India is known as ITC HS Codes that stands for Indian Trade Clarification or Indian Tariff Code. These codes are used for classifying goods and performing export-import operations. A standard ITC HS Code consists of 8 digits. The first six digits are fixed as per WCO rules. And the next two digits are assigned by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT).