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Movement Towards Visa-Free Regime with EU Is Slow, Medvedev Said

2016-04-26 (23:03)

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said he’s frustrated with the slow pace ...


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Port of Antwerp Experiences Slight Decline in Freight Volumes

2016-04-28 (22:59)

The port of Antwerp handled 138,905,003 tonnes of freight during the first nine months...


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Container Cargo Turnover at Latvian Ports Increased by 23.8% in January-September

2016-03-26 (23:28)

Container cargo turnover at Latvian ports grew by 23.8% in the fir...


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Customs clearance time-frame.

Customs clearance consists of a series of procedures with the declared goods for them to pass the customs.

Customs clearance should start not later than in 30 minutes since a customs official agrees to start customs clearance procedure with the declared goods. Before that the declarator should file a goods declaration, filled in accordance with all the norms and conditions of a local customs, to a customs official.

The time period during which a customs official should issue an agreement or, if there are some problems with the goods, ban the goods, shouldn't be more than 2 working days since the process of customs clearance have been started. In special cases the goods registration can be delayed for 10 working days. Customs clearance implies five stages:

1) Receiving, checking and registration of a customs declaration;

2) Control of HCDCS code definition according to the norms and regulations of HCDCS codes taking into consideration the country of the goods origin.

3) Customs value control and currency control;

4) Control and accounting of the customs payments;

5) Goods inspection and customs output.

Profetrans will take care of your loads' documentation to be properly prepared and filled. We will get your goods through the customs for the minimum time and with a maximum profit.