A transit procedure is a procedure that enables the transfer of goods through customs areas without having to pay import taxes.
Advantages of the transit procedure
- The transit procedure allows the delivery of goods under customs surveillance to the destination customs department, where it is carried over to the next customs event (release into free circulation, inward and outward processing, customs warehousing).
- can be shipped on the basis of simplifications (PP).
Responsibilities of the parties involved:
- correctly completed CMR showing where the package is heading and the final beneficiary.
- customs invoice for the goods;
- other accompanying documents (a veterinary certificate, phytosanitary certificate, security document).
- document check;
- the preparation of transit documentation;
- forms for inspection (veterinary, phytosanitary, health).
Customs consultancy: We offer our business partners comprehensive support with all customs authorities in all customs procedures. Our team of experts in the field of customs operations provides consultancy services concerning customs regulations, the origin of goods, when classifying goods using the combined nomenclature customs tariff and in the field of EC regulation compliance.
Customs inspections:In the case of customs inspections by inspection authorities, we guarantee our presence and the fast and effective realisation of processes.
Sanitary, market and phyto checks:In accordance with the additional control of packages, we make all the necessary documentation for the fastest possible realisation of inspections.
Direct and indirect representation in customs procedures: EU Regulation no. 952/2013 dated 9 October 2013 regarding the customs code of the EU states in Article 18 that anyone may name a representative who carries out duties and formalities in accordance with the customs regulations. Such a representation can be direct or indirect.
Clients may feely manage their mutual relationships. The representative may, if the clients wish, transfer their authorisation to another person. Regardless of the civil legal relationship between clients, the representation of the importer (recipient in box 8 of the EUL) in customs procedure before customs authorities is performed by a direct or indirect customs representative.