Provisions regarding the export of CPO, RBD palm oil, RBD palm olein, and UCO in the ministerial regulation apply to the release of goods from the customs area to the outside of the customs area. The provision also applies to the release of goods from the Free Trade Area and Free Port (KPBPB) for purposes outside the customs area.
The requirements that must be fulfilled by exporters are as follows:
1. has export approval (PE) for CPO, RBD palm oil, RBD palm olein, and UCO.
2. has evidence in the form of:
1. evidence of implementation of domestic market obligation of CPO at domestic price obligation to producers of bulk cooking oil in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations.
2. evidence of implementation of domestic market obligation of bulk cooking oil at domestic price obligation to retail logistics service business actors and purchasing CPO without using domestic price obligation in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations.
3. evidence of the implementation of domestic market obligation to other producers which was preceded by cooperation between the exporter and the producer implementing domestic market obligation submitted through the Indonesia National Single Window (SINSW) System in the form of an electronic data element number parent company and company name.
Process of Obtaining PE
To obtain Export Approval (PE), exporters must follow the following stages:
1. submit an application electronically to the Minister via SINSW.
2. register through SINSW and upload the scanned original document in the form of a taxpayer identification number or residence identification number (for individual exporters), tax identification number (for exporters who are state-owned enterprises and foundations) or business identification number and identification number taxpayers (for exporters who are cooperatives and business entities).
3. the validation team will do the validation process in accordance with statutory provisions.
4. PE is issued automatically through the INATRADE System which is forwarded to SINSW by including the Quick Response (QR) code.
The Regulation Amendment
(1) exporters of cooking oil that have distributed cooking oil to distributors/retail logistics service business actors in accordance with the program as stipulated in the applicable laws and regulations on the supply of bulk cooking oil for the needs of the community, micro-enterprises, and small-scale businesses within the framework of financing by the Oil Palm Plantation Fund Managing Agency (Badan Pengelola Dana Perkebunan Kelapa Sawit) as stated in the bulk cooking oil information system application, can propose an export allocation according to the realization of the distribution of bulk cooking oil for which the subsidy has not been paid by the Agency and cannot subsequently request subsidy reimbursement from the Agency .
(3) the ministry of trade submits the results of the decision on the transfer of export allocations for each exporter according to the business identification number based on the results of a coordination meeting between ministries/non-ministerial government agencies to the National Single Window Institution to become a reference for SINSW in validating PE applications.
(4) the export allocation that has been transferred as referred to in paragraph 3 cannot be transferred.
(5) the arrangement for granting the export allocation as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be stipulated by the director general.