Customs Consultancy

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At the headquarters or in our brokerage offices you will receive information on taxes and customs procedures, payment obligations to the tax budget and necessary commercial documents, specific to each operation. You will also get information about the permits, authorizations, abilities you need during the customs clearance process.

Customs brokerage is authorized by D.G.V. (General Directorate of Customs, Romania) and HMRC (UK) to be able to submit customs declarations on behalf of the beneficiary, with the necessary documentation to justify the documents in the customs declaration.

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The customs brokerage offices operate in addition to the Customs Offices in Bucharest, Cluj, Resita, Constanta, the dedicated office in the UK and European ports, offering individuals and legal entities the necessary advice.

Within the brokerage offices, the necessary documents specific to each operation will be requested, as well as the elaboration of the customs declarations, the presentation, and the support before the customs authorities. Within the process of supporting and representing the customs declaration in front of the customs workers, it goes through several stages, namely: registration, distribution, documentary control, physical control, validation, accounting, customs clearance, etc.

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Customs brokerage services:

  • customs import and export declarations;
  • T2L customs declarations;
  • transit customs declarations;
  • filling in TIR carnet;
  • specialized consultancy regarding the documents necessary for the elaboration and performance of customs formalities;
  • assistance in obtaining certificates and other documents necessary for carrying out customs clearance procedures (Romanian authorities – Ancex, Eori, steel/aluminum products supervision document, CITES, etc.);
  • customs assistance, at the request of the customs authorities;
  • obtaining phytosanitary documents (Romanian authorities);
  • submission of transport and payment documents to customs.

Services related to customs brokerage:

  • handling of imported goods;
  • handling of goods for export;
  • handling of goods during the customs inspection;
  • storage of goods in space under customs supervision;
  • delivery/takeover of goods / from the office of the economic operator or private person.

The export customs declaration contains information about:

  • exporter (Consignee),
  • importer (Shipper),
  • the customs office where the export operation takes place,
  • the customs regime,
  • the customs office through which the goods will leave the country,
  • the type of transportation with which the goods will leave the country,
  • the value of each type of goods (article),
  • gross and net weight for each type of goods (article),
  • delivery term,
  • transport value to the border,
  • description of the goods for each type of goods (article),
  • number of articles,
  • licenses, authorization notices, denials;
  • list of attached documents,
  • etc.

The import customs declaration contains information about:

  • exporter (Shipper),
  • importer (Consignee),
  • the customs office where the import operation takes place,
  • the customs regime.,
  • the customs office through which the goods entered the country,
  • the type of transport with which the goods entered the country,
  • the value of each type of goods (article),
  • gross and net weight for each type of goods (article),
  • delivery term,
  • transport value (depending on the delivery condition),
  • description of the goods for each type of goods (article),
  • number of articles,
  • fiscal information with taxes, excises and VAT applied to the type of goods (article),
  • total amounts due to the state budget,
  • licenses, authorization notices, denials;
  • list of attached documents,
  • etc.
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Customs formalities

They are drawn up in the customs brokerage offices in Bucharest, Resita, Cluj, Constanta, UK and in EU ports and airports. These are based on supporting documents, from which we specify:

  • Invoice / External invoice: buyer name, seller name, number and date, criterion number, type and kind of goods, unit of measure, the price per unit, total price per item, total overall price on all items in figures and letters, delivery term, payment terms, the origin of goods, currency, etc.
  • Packing list: buyer name, seller name, number and date, criterion number, type and kind of goods, unit of measure, net weight per unit, gross weight per unit, net weight per item, gross weight per item, weight overall net, general gross weight, volume (CBM) per unit and item.
  • Certificate of origin: data about the producer of the goods, country of origin, quantity.
  • Certificate of conformity: data about the standards to which the products comply.
  • Quality certificate: data regarding the quality of the products, data requested by different competent authorities.
  • Various documents: approvals required for formalities, authorizations required for various operations (example: Environmental authorization, registered consignor authorization (excise duties), fiscal warehouse authorization, MEEMA import license (Ministry of Economy, Energy and Business Environment), CNCAN license, etc.), powers of attorney, declarations, CUI, CIF, Articles of Association, phytosanitary approvals, etc.
    • Obtaining the MEEMA import license(Romanian authority) – 118 RON / HS code;
    • ANCEX Negation (Ministry of Foreign Affairs- Romanian authority) – 100 EUR / negation;
    • CITES Authorization (Romanian Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forests) – 120 EUR / authorization;

EORI: represents the registration number assigned to economic operators and individuals to carry out import-export operations outside the European Union. The document is issued by the General Directorate of Customs.

  • Obtaining EORI – 100 RON / company

Transport documents:

  • The CMR, also called a consignment note, regulates the transport of goods of any kind, by road. The data contained in the CMR consignment note are: the sender, the consignee, the accompanying documents, the type and quantity of the transported goods, the registration number of the vehicle, the carrier identification data, mentions regarding the goods, payments, etc.
  • The Bill of Lading (B / L or BOL) is a document used in the maritime transport of goods, representing an important financial instrument. It is generated by the seller/shipper with details about: transport, goods, weight, destination, carrier, etc. It contains a very important component, the financial one. The B / L transfer from the seller/shipper to the buyer/consignee also transfers the ownership of the goods.
  • AWB (Airway bill) is the document that accompanies any air shipment and has a unique identification code that allows tracking the shipment. The consignment note (AWB) contains the identification data of the consignment: consignee, consignor, payer, number of envelopes/packages/pallets, weight and description of the contents, the goods are insured and what is the value, instructions on additional services, date of collection of the consignment.

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