warehouse entry

Definition of "warehouse entry"
  1. A document recognizing imported goods stored in a bonded warehouse, where taxes are deferred until the goods are removed for use or delivery
How to use "warehouse entry" in a sentence
  1. The customs officer asked for the warehouse entry to verify the stored goods.
  2. Without proper warehouse entry, goods cannot be legally stored in the bonded area.
  3. Warehouse entry documentation is crucial in ensuring tax payments are correctly deferred.

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