With our broad product range we cover different equipment types and consolidation services to ensure your cargo reaches the right place, at the right time in a cost-efficient way. In order to deliver highest reliability we have planned space protection from every major container port in the world.


With the right documentation, export clearance can go smoothly. The shipper shares the necessary documentation (see drop-downs below) with their broker, who in turn submits a compliant clearance form to the customs office. The customs office can decide to immediately release the cargo, and shares the shipment’s authorization to export (such as the MRN Number in Europe): you are good to go!


If you use the services of a customs broker, the import process and controls will be an experience similar to that of the export clearance. It is important to share your delivery plan with your broker, along with all the necessary documentation – they will in turn create a compliant customs declaration. The key documents remain the same as seen above, with a particular attention needed for import licenses and proof of origin. 

Based on the documentation shared by your broker, the Customs office either decides to release the goods or to inspect the transaction. In the latter case, your customs broker will coordinate with you the further actions needed.

Paying Customs Duties

Unless exempt, all imported commercial goods are subject to customs duties and taxes based on their HS Code tariff classification. Generally speaking, it is the importer of record who will pay the import duty and tax

Some goods are also assessed in relation to other taxes. This includes excise duties and anti-dumping duties, which can be applied to goods priced significantly below their value in their import market.

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