HS (Harmonised System) commodity codes are 6 digit identification codes used by customs officers to clear any product that crosses an international border. The harmonised system is an international standard, used by over 200 countries worldwide.

This guide will walk you through the process of adding or updating HS codes on your products in bulk using Cloud Commerce Pro.

1. Admin Centre

From the admin centre in Cloud Commerce Pro, click "Products".

2. Product Ranges

First we need a product export to work from. If you are already working from an up to date spreadsheet, skip ahead to step 6.

From the product ranges screen, click "Exports".

3. Product Exports

On the product exports screen, click "Export Products" to generate a new export of all of your products.

Your new export will appear at the top of the list once complete.

4. Download

Hover over the "Actions" button besides your new product export. Click "Download Spreadsheet" and save it to your device.

5. Spreadsheet

Open your spreadsheet and look for the header "VAR_HSCode". Simply input your HS codes for each relevant product and save your spreadsheet as normal.

6. Product Ranges

Head back to Cloud Commerce Pro and the product ranges screen from earlier.

Click "Imports" to continue.

7. Imports

First we need to upload your new spreadsheet to Cloud Commerce Pro so you can use it to push out changes to your products.

Click "Upload Spreadsheet" as shown below to upload the spreadsheet with your new HS codes added.

Once uploaded, your spreadsheet will appear at the top of the list of available items. Put a check in the box below "Use" to signify to Cloud Commerce Pro that you will be using this particular spreadsheet for the import process.

8. Import Step

Scroll down the page until you find "Step 5: Variation Import". Click "Import Variations" for step 5 to begin importing your HS codes into Cloud Commerce Pro.

The status will show complete when the import is done. Any errors will be displayed so you can track them down in the spreadsheet and correct them if necessary.

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