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Customs and duty

Customs clearance services denotes preparation and submission of documents that are required to enable export or imports into the country. Such services consist of representing clients during customs examination, assessment, payment of duty and taking delivery of cargo with documents from customs after clearance. Clearing a shipment through Customs has been one of the most intricate part of the importing process. The customs brokerage profession exists to help importers ensure compliance with all the various laws and regulations, while making sure goods arrive smoothly at their destinations.

Custom clearance Processing

Providing required paperwork for your shipment. All international shipments come with a commercial invoice that lists both the shipper and the receiver’s contact information, shipment details like description of the item and its total value, export date and airway bill number.

Clearance of taxes and duties related to your shipment. Defining the value of the goods to check if it is above the tax threshold, and whether these taxes and duties have been paid for.

Payment of taxes and duties. If unpaid, DDU (Deliver Duty Unpaid) and DDP (Deliver Duty Paid) comes into effect.