Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) wishes to remind all Transporters conveying transit goods and other goods under Customs control that their licenses will expire on 31st December, 2022.
Provisions relating to the licensing of vehicles conveying transit goods and other goods under Customs control are contained in Regulations 104 & 210 of the East African Community Customs Management Regulation, 2010 & Section 244 of the East African Community Customs Management Act, 2004.
Applicants are therefore directed to submit applications manually for processing and issuance of licenses.
Please note that, online applications already submitted online via the Regional Electronic Cargo Tracking System (RECTS) portal will be processed manually and licenses forwarded to respective inspection centres where inspection of trucks was conducted upon payment of license fee.
For manual applications, forms can be downloaded from KRA website, www.kra .go.ke and must be accompanied by:
- Copy of motor vehicle log book.
- COMESA Yellow card (for foreign vehicle) Insurance cover.
- Duly filled application form signed and stamped by Customs Officer, may
be submitted through Customs Regional offices in Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru or Eldoret, and Times Towers 10th Floor or the nearest Rapid Response Unit.
- The successful applicant will be required to pay the license fee in Kenya shillings equivalent to US$ 200 per license.
- Must be received on or before 31st December 2022.
For clarification please call our Contact Centre on Tel: 020 4 999 999; 0711 099 099 or Email: CBClicensing@kra.go.ke
Commissioner for Customs & Border Control.