- Harmonic reducer
- Stepless reducer
- Enterprise standard reducer (device)
- Precision reducer
- Combined speed reducer
- motorized pulleys ;
- bearing enelosure; bearing oil seal ;
- Reducer fittings
- Lubricating oil, lubricating grease
South Africa is "SACU" (SACU) member states, the other member countries of Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland. According to SACU Agreement, duty-free import and export of goods between Member States, without import restrictions. South Africa and Malawi, Zimbabwe, Hungary, Mozambique, Poland, Turkey and other countries signed bilateral between the long-term trade agreement. South Africa is a member of GATT, which is divided into MFN tariff (MFN) rate and the general rate categories.
MFN rate applies to GATT member states. MFN rate applies GATT signatories mainly, but its signatories to implement most of the goods imported MFN rates, the implementation of the general rate of some commodities, mainly used in ordinary tax rate is not the Department MFN agreements with all the goods when imported goods from one country and not the original producer, the original producer of tariff rates can import tariffs implemented in South Africa. Currently, South Africa more than 140 countries to implement the MFN rate of more than 40 National implementation of the general rate. mostly ad valorem tariff, the base for the FOB price, the amount of tax from the individual, such as food, beverages, petroleum, textiles and some other products is based on the number or weight of taxation.
South Africa's tax system is extremely complex, different categories of goods have different tax rates. Whose main duties include business taxes, customs duties, import surcharges, etc. Generally speaking, the higher tariffs on luxury imports, and import tariffs were lower necessities. May 1995, South Africa initiated an eight-year tariff adjustment plan, according to the plan, by 2002, the South African textile and clothing import tariffs from the current 90% to 40% decrease gradually, automobile import tariffs from 65% down to 40%, spare parts import duty from 49% down to 30%.
Most of the rate of 10-30% ad valorem tax rate rarely exceeds 40%, although some may be more than 100 percent tax rate that is mainly to counteract unfair competition. Watches mostly tariff rates of 10%, clothing 30% Toys 5% -60%, hairdryer 8%, radio 25% and 5% of the telephone. outside in addition to general tariff, imports need to pay some "excise tax", such as certain kinds of sheet products (30%) and some categories clothing (35%) and South Africa from 1988 began to relax import controls and licensing, resulting in increased imports, causing its domestic chemicals, packaging, paper products, electrical machinery, furniture and textile industries and discontent, to quell their anger and maintain import and export balance, South Africa from the end of 1988 began to import surcharge levied on many products. import additional rate up to 60%, for example: Bell (7.5% -40%) toys (15%), some textiles (7.5% - 40%), clothing (7.5% -40%).
In addition, South Africa and anti-dumping cases against dumping of foreign products. Currently, South Africa also for most products (locally or imported) and services 13% levy business tax, the tax is usually levied by the retailer is responsible for, and then on behalf of the end user turned over, do not levy this tax mostly for the food.