Section F: Storage details
Select the best descriptions of your proposed activities.
Provide details of the skills and experience you have available to enable you to carry out the activities indicated at question 18. You or your employees may have the skills and experience, or you may have engaged a consultant or business associate to work alongside you.
Include details of:
- experience in the activities indicated at question 18
- educational qualifications relevant to the activities indicated at question 18
- experience in dealing with excise matters, for example, lodging returns or movement permissions
- previous dealings with us about the payment of excise duty
- relevant knowledge of the industry.
Indicate if you are the owner of the products to be stored at your premises. If you are not the owner of the products, provide the following information, where known:
- the owner's name and their ABN
- details of your arrangement with them
- specific products involved.
If you intend to move excisable products from your licensed premises to other licensed premises underbond, provide details of who you will be distributing to and a description of the products you wish to move.
Underbond means under ATO control, that is, product on which excise is payable but has not been paid.
You will also need a movement permission from the ATO. You can apply for a movement permission by completing an application form, available at Moving excisable goods or by phoning us
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Provide details of the type of products, for example beer or spirits (like vodka or gin), as well as the total quantity of products, you expect will move through your storage premises in any 12 month period.
If you are selling concessional spirits, list the types of products, for example whether undenatured, denatured or specially methylated, and the total quantity of each of those products, you expect to sell in any 12 month period.
If you intend to repackage any excisable products, provide a description of the product including package type and size.
Question 25 (a)
Indicate how your systems will accurately measure the volume and alcoholic strength of bulk alcohol corrected to 20 C that you receive, deliver or repackage.
Question 25 (b)
If you are repackaging alcoholic products or beverages, describe how you will determine the alcoholic strength and volume of your final fill of the packaged products corrected to 20 C.
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Indicate if the measuring equipment you intend to use has been professionally calibrated. Measuring equipment includes equipment used to measure alcoholic strength, weight, volume and temperature. Calibration must be done with standard instruments certified by an independent authority approved by any of the following:
- the chief metrologist
- the National Association of Testing Authorities Australia
- applicable state government weights and measures authorities.
Submit a copy of the certificate(s) of calibration with your application.
Last modified: 13 Feb 2015QC 16999