In the case of both import and export of goods, the key issue is crossing the borders of individual countries. Inadequate preparation for this process can make it complicated, problematic, crisis-generating and time-consuming. In order to avoid unnecessary stress, it is necessary to know the rules and regulations about movement of goods.
Customs clearance is primarily control activities through which the customs authorities verify the compliance of the imported / exported cargo with the presented commercial documents and applicable legal standards. The inspection includes a partial or complete inspection of the goods, duty calculations and other required fees.
It is also worth remembering that there is a possibility of using simplified customs clearance, which consists in obtaining the consent of the office to complete the required documents at the company’s headquarters and deferring the duty fee.