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What is a motherboard?

A motherboard is a main circuit board that connects all the computer components. The motherboard includes the processor socket, memory slots, input and output ports, BIOS and chipset. The motherboard controls the hardware settings through the BIOS and manages the communication between the processor and other components through the chipset. The motherboard has different types that vary based on their size, power and capabilities.

Some of the types of motherboard are: Mini-ITX, MicroATX and ATX. These types of motherboard are designed for different applications such as personal computers, servers, tablets and laptops. To choose a suitable motherboard, one should pay attention to factors such as compatibility with the processor, number of memory slots, number of ports, build quality and price.

Import and clearance of motherboards

To meet the market demand for computer components, import and clearance of motherboards is very important. Many people are looking to buy these components from foreign countries. In recent years, the import of computer components from China and other leading countries in this field has had a significant growth. The reason for this growth is that in today’s world, the computer and information technology industry is rapidly expanding and advancing, and the need for quality and modern computer components is also increasing. If you want to import and clear motherboards, join us in this article.

Import and clearance of motherboards and their conditions

To import motherboards, you must comply with the laws and regulations of the country you want to import from. These laws and regulations may include the following items:

  • Import license: To import motherboards from some countries, you need to obtain a license from the relevant authorities. After that, you can look for the best motherboard for import.
  • Export restrictions: Some countries have specific laws for exporting electronic products and may limit you. Therefore, before buying a motherboard, you should be aware of the export laws of that country.
  • Import tariffs: Import tariffs exist for electronic goods in most countries. Therefore, before buying a motherboard, you should be aware of the import tariffs of that country.
  • Technical standards: To import motherboards from some countries, you need to comply with specific technical standards. Therefore, you should ensure the compatibility of the components you want to import.

Buying a motherboard from China

To import a motherboard from China, you need to go through several steps that can be done with a checklist. This checklist includes the following items: choosing a reputable and reliable company that offers quality and affordable motherboards. Sending a purchase request and receiving a proforma from the seller company that includes the product details, costs, payment and shipping terms. Clearing the motherboards that you have purchased from China from customs and paying the relevant import tariffs. With this checklist, you can easily and smoothly complete the motherboard import process.

The steps of clearing the motherboard

Clearing the motherboard from customs is one of the complicated and sensitive steps in the process of importing this type of electronic goods. To clear the motherboard from customs, the importer must be familiar with the customs laws and regulations of the destination country and prepare and submit the necessary documents. The steps of clearing from customs vary depending on the type of goods, the amount of import, the mode of transportation and other factors. Some of the steps of clearing from customs are:

  • Placing an order and receiving a tracking code
  • Sending documents and papers to customs
  • Performing physical inspection and confirming the quality and quantity of goods
  • Paying customs duties and tariffs
  • Obtaining the necessary permits from relevant organizations
  • Delivery of goods from customs

Clearing the motherboard from customs is one of the important and vital issues in the process of importing this product. The importer must go through these steps carefully and patiently and avoid possible mistakes and delays.

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Required licenses for importing motherboard

To import motherboard, you need to obtain an import license from the Trade Development Organization of Iran. Some of the documents required for obtaining this license are:

  • Business card
  • Letter of representation from the manufacturer
  • ISO, CE, FDA certificates
  • Purchase Invoice
  • Proforma
  • Packing list
  • Standard certificate

Transportation of motherboard from the country of origin to Iran

Transporting imported motherboards from customs is one of the important and sensitive issues in the process of importing these electronic products. To transport motherboard, you as an importer can use different ways. These ways include transportation by land, air and sea. Each of these ways has its own advantages and disadvantages. Considering the special conditions of storing motherboard, which requires suitable temperature, low humidity and prevention of shock and vibration, it seems that transportation by air or sea are more suitable options. These ways can minimize the possible damages to the imported electronic parts and reduce the transportation costs.

The profit of importing motherboard

The profit of importing motherboard depends on various factors, such as the market demand, the quality and price of the motherboard, the tariffs and customs permits, the transportation and insurance costs, etc. Therefore, the profit of importing motherboard can vary and is not precisely calculable. But generally, it can be said that the profit of importing motherboard is equal to the difference between the selling price of the motherboard in the domestic market and the import costs of it. For example, if the selling price of a motherboard in the domestic market is 10 million tomans and the import costs of it include the purchase price, the tariffs, the trading profit, the customs duties, the transportation, the insurance, etc. 7 million tomans, the profit of importing motherboard will be equal to 3 million tomans.

From which countries is motherboard imported?

The United Arab Emirates is a country that exports motherboard to Iran more than any other country. This country, as a trading hub in the Middle East, can buy motherboard from producing countries such as China, Taiwan and South Korea and send it to Iran with low costs and without legal restrictions. This country, due to its geographical proximity and good relations with Iran, is one of the important markets for exporting motherboard to Iran.

But the UAE is not the only country that exports motherboard to Iran. Other countries are also active in this field. Some of these countries are: China, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. These countries are also among the producers or intermediaries of motherboard that can supply motherboard to Iran with quality and reasonable price. But these countries, compared to the UAE, face more problems and challenges.

Some of these problems are: customs tariffs, economic sanctions, legal issues and transportation risks. These problems make the exports of motherboard from these countries to Iran less and harder. But nevertheless, these countries still form a part of the Iranian motherboard market and export many parts to Iran.

Companies such as Lenovo and HP sell the most amount of produced parts in the world. After them, brands such as Dell, Apple and Acer are in the next ranks.

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The cost of clearing motherboard and other goods from customs

When you want to register your order in the system, you must first have the documents and papers related to your goods electronically available and send them for review and confirmation. In this stage, you must calculate and pay the various costs that you pay for importing goods to the country. These costs include the entry fees that are determined based on the type and amount of goods, the trading profit that is calculated based on the price of goods and the exchange rate and other side costs such as insurance, transportation and so on.

After paying the fees, you have to declare your goods to the customs and enter the necessary information in the relevant forms. At this stage, the customs can select your goods for inspection or release them without inspection. If your goods are inspected, some of your documents and certificates may need to be corrected or completed, or some of the fees may change. In this case, you have to take the necessary actions and declare your goods again. Finally, after the customs approval, you can remove your goods from the customs and send them to the desired destination.

In general, the process of releasing and exiting goods from the customs involves several steps, in which you have to calculate and prepare the fees and relevant documents in each step. These fees include the following:

  • Customs duties: This fee is calculated based on the type, quantity, and value of the goods and according to the customs tariff that is determined by the World Customs Organization every year.
  • Tax: This fee is calculated based on the type and value of the goods and according to the tax laws of the destination country. Some goods may be exempt from paying tax or have lower tax rates.
  • Customs tariff source: This fee is paid to determine the exact type and code of the goods and to verify the accuracy of the information provided by you. This fee is usually calculated based on a percentage of the value of the goods.
  • Other incidental costs: These costs include expenses such as insurance, transportation, warehousing, inspection, stamp and signature, etc. that vary according to the conditions and laws of each country.

The length of time your goods stay in customs depends on the type and quantity of the goods, the speed of submitting documents and paying fees, the number of goods awaiting inspection, and other factors. Your goods may be released in a few days or weeks. If your goods stay in customs longer than a certain period, you may be subject to additional fees such as fines, warehouse rent, transportation costs, etc. Therefore, you should try to remove your goods from customs as soon as possible.


Tata Trading Company is one of the active companies in the field of importing computer parts. This company has started its activity with the aim of expanding and flourishing the Iranian economy and providing quality services to its customers. This company, with having a trading card and having extensive connections with computer parts sellers in different countries, is able to import computer motherboards at a reasonable price and with high quality.

This company, with its experience and technical and commercial knowledge, can identify the market needs and respond in the best way. This company can also satisfy its customers by observing the customs laws and regulations and performing the import process quickly and correctly.

For direct import of motherboards and other computer parts and hardware, contact Tata Trading Company and entrust the import steps from purchase to clearance of goods to our experienced team.