Customs declarations are a critical part of moving goods across international borders. They facilitate trade and allow authorities to assess risk, calculate tax and control standards. Accurate and timely submission of declarations keeps goods flowing and prevents costly delays and penalties. Since Brexit the customs rules and requirements on goods moving between the UK and EU have changed. And it can get complicated quickly.
We have experienced customs agents, who work with our advisory, trade, tax experts - so that, whether you import, export or both, you can keep your goods moving across the UK EU border.
Our highly-trained customs agents can run your customs declarations process for you, ensuring your goods continue to move across borders. We can support your organisation with:
Our service is competitively priced and scalable, we can process 10-1000+ declarations a month, and our customs agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can also work with larger clients to transform and automate customs processes to improve efficiency and reduce the associated processing costs.
“Our customs team is dedicated to helping clients solve challenges associated with new border controls. Let us navigate the complexities of submitting customs declarations, by doing it all for you!!”
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All declarations for a client are held in a single repository, regardless of transportation mode used, which allows full audit trail
Use market leading technology for tracking, submitting and reporting on declarations
Access to our customs and tax experts who can provide advice on complex scenarios if needed
"We currently work with a global goods company to process hundreds of commodities each month across a complex, multi territory supply chain. To do this, we created a tailored data management process to minimise manual input and we liaise directly with logistics partners and contacts at ports to ensure the timely completion of transit and declaration administration to ensure the seamless movement of goods."
Import and export declarations contain a great deal of information. That includes key consignor and consignee details, commodity codes, the value, volume and description of the goods, customs procedure code, transit details and any license requirements. Explore what some of these terms mean below: