ATA Carnet Countries

Appointed by the national government, a National Guaranteeing Association (NGA) may administer Carnets in one or multiple territories.

Each NGA is a member of the World Chambers Federation (WCF) and the World ATA Carnet Council, both divisions of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). WCF and the World Customs Organization (WCO) manage the Carnet system worldwide.

Countries Coming Soon:

Brazil
Saudi Arabia

Non-Carnet Countries:

Click here for a partial list of destinations not yet accepting Carnets.

Carnet Countries:

Carnets will be accepted in these countries / destinations. Click to learn under which customs administration the Carnet system is managed and under what conditions.

A - FG -LM - PR-W
AlbaniaGermanyMacao, ChinaReunion Island
AlgeriaGibraltarMacedoniaRomania
AndorraGreeceMadagascarRussia
AntarcticaGuadeloupeMalaysiaSenegal
ArubaGuamMaltaSerbia
AustraliaGuernseyMartiniqueSingapore
AustriaHong KongMauritiusSlovakia
BahrainHungaryMayotteSlovenia
Balearic IslandsIcelandMelillaSouth Africa
BelarusIndiaMexicoSpain
BelgiumIndonesiaMiquelonSri Lanka
Bosnia & HerzegovinaIranMoldovaSt Barthelemy
BotswanaIrelandMonacoSt Martin French side
BulgariaIsle of ManMongoliaSt. Pierre
CanadaIsraelMontenegroSwaziland
Canary IslandsItalyMoroccoSweden
CeutaIvory CoastNamibiaSwitzerland
ChileJapanNetherlandsTahiti
ChinaJerseyNew CaledoniaTaiwan*
CorsicaKoreaNew ZealandTasmania
CroatiaLatviaNorwayThailand
CuraçaoLebanonPakistanTunisia
CyprusLesothoPolandTurkey
Czech RepublicLiechtensteinPortugalUkraine
DenmarkLithuaniaPuerto RicoUnited Arab Emirates
EstoniaLuxembourgUnited Kingdom
European UnionUnited States of America
FinlandWallis Futuna Islands
France
French Guiana

*TECRO/AIT Carnets are accepted for goods traveling between Taiwan and the U.S. only.

Staff Contact:   Elizabeth Cafaro

Business Development and Membership Assistant
Tel: 212.703.5087

As a member of USCIB’s Policy Team, Policy and Program Assistants work to support the mission of the organization on an array of issues ranging from Growth, Jobs and Open Market; Competitiveness and Innovation; Sustainable Development; and Business and Society.

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