In Thailand, Thai Customs Laws latest version is Customs Act, B.E. 2560.
All importer, exporter, customs broker and all concern parties has to follow the rule and regulation to avoid the penalty from wrong customs declaration and others.
Prohibited Goods is a product that is forbidden to import from/to the Kingdom of Thailand, even a strictly prohibited transited.
According to legal requirements and if anyone violates, will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Customs Act
Products designated as prohibited goods under the Customs Act include:-
Counterfeit trademark goods and IPR infringing goods
Fake notes or coins
Reserved animals or CITES-listed wildlife
Restricted Goods is goods that can be imported, exported or transited internationally but under the control of the law and Must be licensed and fully comply with legal requirements such as requesting a license Or other actions which the law states that it must be done.
Otherwise, it is considered to be in violation of the Customs Act and prosecuted under the law of articles specified as restricted goods under the Customs Act, which is:-
Buddha image, artifact/objects, antique
Guns, bullets, explosives, and the equivalents to guns
Plants and their parts
Living animals and carcass
Food, medicine, cosmetics and food supplement
Cigarettes, tobacco and alcoholic beverages
Communication Radio Devices and telecommunications equipment
BGL facilitates communication between customers and Thai Customs in order to successfully apply and receive required import permit for products that needed. This product include foods, cosmetics, medicines, food supplement, and others.