Customs clearance

  Quick and efficient customs merchandise clearing is a necessary condition to successful cooperation with our purchasers. Since with exporting/importing clearing through customs is an action that requires a certain customs procedure, it is fundamentally important to declare according to regulation (in order for the customs office to be able to bill the tariff accordingly), as well as acquiring a complete set of documents.

 An incomplete or wrong set of documents can lead up to a halt in the process and the delivery of the merchandise. SERVICE LOGISTIC simplifies the process of merchandise customs clearing!

The release of merchandise into free circulation on the border crossings-clearing customs:

   Normally, the merchandise you’re transporting, enters Serbia via the border crossing, and after that, you are assigned NT documents, after which the merchandise continues its travel, as customs merchandise. After, once the merchandise reaches its destination, the NT document is closed and the merchandise is released into free circulation (that is, import merchandise customs clearing)

 These two customs procedures double the transport time, but also double the expenses, since the mediation of two customs agents is required.

Customs clearance, Shipping company Service Logistic Puma, Gradina, Kalotina

 There is a solution which saves you time and the unnecessary expense: if the release of the merchandise into free circulation is applied, these two customs procedures become one. This means that the merchandise leaves the border as domestic merchandise, and the owner of the merchandise gets full disposal of it, with no limitations. This way time is saved, since the truck doesn’t need to wait again at the inner customs office, and on the other hand, expenses are reduced.

 We furthermore emphasize that, in this manner, you surpass the limitations concerning the working hours of the customs offices, since the office on the Gradina border crossing is open 24/7.

 The expenses of customs procedures such as these, usually are the concern of the importing party, rather than the transporter. This way, the transporter saves on expenses, as high as the price of the NT documents.