The Philippines Joins ATA Carnet System Effective July 15, 2024


The United States Council for International Business (USCIB) announced that the Philippines joined the ATA Carnet System and will begin accepting carnets effective July 15, 2024.  The Philippines is the 91st country/territory to join the ATA Carnet system.  The scope of application of the ATA Carnet procedure in the Philippines will cover exhibitions, professional equipment, commercial samples, goods in connection with a manufacturing operation, goods for educational, scientific or cultural purposes, travellers’ personal effects and goods for sports purpose, goods for humanitarian purposes, and even animals.  

The official announcement was approved during a meeting of the ICC World Chambers Federation (WCF) General Council on 21 November 2023.

Philippines (ISO code is PH) will accept ATA Carnets for the intended uses of:

  • Exhibitions and Fairs
  • Professional Equipment
  • Commercial Samples

The National Guaranteeing Association is the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Source: The Philippines Joins ATA Carnet System Effective July 15, 2024 | ATA Carnet

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