Policies & Procedures for Yemen


Import policy


Yemen joined World Bank in the year 1969. Since then the bank has stepped forward for fostering economic growth and reducing poverty in the country. The World Bank also started its Country Assistance Strategy for Yemen in 2002.Imports in Yemen increased to 15918.27 USD Million in 2014 from 15561.86 USD Million in 2013. Imports in Yemen averaged 3861.14 USD Million from 1970 until 2014, reaching an all-time high of 15918.27 USD Million in 2014 and a record low of 80.80 USD Million in 1972.Yemen mostly imports fuels, wheat and corn, rice, meat, pharmaceutical products, sugar and vehicles. Yemen's main imports partners are the United Arab Emirates, China, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Australia , Brazil, India, Thailand and Germany. Our company provides the best link to bring both customers and agents together.
Following are the import procedure followed in Yemen:-

  • Documents preparation 
  • Customs clearance and inspections
  • Ports and terminal handling 
  • Inland transportation and handling

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED:-

  • Bill of Lading
  • Cargo release order
  • Certificate of origin
  • Commercial invoice
  • Consular invoice
  • Customs import declaration
  • Pre-shipment inspection clean report of findings
  • Technical standard certificate
  • Terminal handling receipts

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-
Trading Accross Borders
Export Refunds
IATA Guidelines

RESTRICTED ITEMS:-

  • Live animals – health certificate required along with complete and valid inoculations. Contact nearest embassy to obtain permission.
  • Endangered species and any products or parts thereof as outlined by CITES maybe be brought in only with CITES permission.
  • Medication (please contact the nearest embassy or mission to make sure they are allowed)
  • Hunting weapons permissible only with authorisation obtainable from Ministry of Interior.

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-
VisaHq Customs
DHL Guidelines
FEDEX Guidelines


Export policy


The industrial and agricultural sector is the main source of income for the Yemen’s economy. Agriculture and industrial sector together contributes about 57 per cent of the GDP. Exports in Yemen decreased to 9512.23 USD Million in 2014 from 9684.80 USD Million in 2013. Exports in Yemen averaged 2593.22 USD Million from 1970 until 2014, reaching an all-time high of 9684.80 USD Million in 2013 and a record low of 4.37 USD Million in 1972.Oil accounts for around 85 per cent of Yemen's exports. Other exports include fish, naphthalene, cigarettes, fruits, soap and animal hides. Yemen's main exports partners are China, India, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, Singapore, South Africa and Japan. We at our company provide different facilities in one room to export several types of products with the best possible service.
Following mentioned are the export procedure followed in Yemen:-

  • Documents preparation 
  • Customs clearance and inspections 
  • Ports and terminal handling 
  •  Inland transportation and handling

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:-

  • Bill of lading
  • Certificate of origin
  • Commercial invoice
  • Customs export declaration
  • Packing list
  • Shipping note

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-
Embassy Legislation
Cambridge Chamber
Trading Accross Borders


Disclaimer: Policies and procedures for all export, Import have been extracted from various internet resources and published policies by the respective governments. Logimart.com is not responsible for any change or alteration in the above written policies and procedures.

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