Custom Clearance

  • Documentation and Compliance: Customs clearance service providers assist in preparing and reviewing the necessary documentation, including invoices, bills of lading, customs declarations, certificates of origin, and permits. They ensure that all paperwork is accurate and complies with the specific requirements of the destination country.

  • Duty and Tax Calculation: Customs clearance professionals calculate the import duties, taxes, and fees that apply to a shipment. They help importers understand and manage these costs, ensuring accurate and timely payment to customs authorities.

  • Customs Brokerage: Customs brokers, a subset of customs clearance services, act as intermediaries between businesses and customs authorities. They facilitate communication, streamline processes, and ensure that shipments meet all regulatory requirements.