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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 for import.

The word «import» stands for the goods, that come to our country from abroad.

For protecting the inner market and providing control for quality and quantity of the imported goods they pass through series of customs paper works and examination procedures.

For a successful passing of all these procedures the declarant should provide the customs officials with the documentation package that proves the real value, properties and the origin of goods.

Documents required for imports customs clearance include:

- company-importer documents;

- the contract of goods sale and two its copies that require certificate seals on them;

- accompanying documents for the goods, including an invoice and its translation to the language of the customs' native country;

- the documents with the information about the quantity and properties of the goods;

- documents that certify customs value of the goods;

- some other documents depending on the goods kind.

Gathering all the documentation that is required for the customs clearance is not an easy task. It's better to be done by the experienced professionals. Profetrans will become your reliable assistant in the customs paperworks and delivering your goods to any point of the country after passing the customs.