What are Harmonized Tariff Schedule Codes?

Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HS) codes are created by the World Customs Organization to help identify goods that are being shipped around the world. The HS code is a standard across the majority of countries for various customs and tariff purposes. You can add the HS code to your Customs declaration form for international shipments with USPS, FedEx and UPS. Please click here to search for your product’s harmonized code.

Where do I input the HS code as I’m creating an international shipping label?

You can easily input your HS code in Ordoro when creating your international shipping labels. Ordoro also allows you to store the HS code on the product level so that it can be recalled automatillcay when creating international shipping labels – refer to this help article for instructions. 

To update the the HS code on the declarations form, please follow the instructions below.

1. In the Shipping Label panel, click on Additional Details.

2. Then click on Edit Declarations.

3. Fill in your Harmonized Code and then click Save and Return.

4. Click Create Label

Your shipping label and/or customs documents will display the HS code:

(The above example displays a USPS label, but the HS code will also show up on UPS and FedEx international customs documents, too.)

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