Our company provides customs services, namely direct representation pursuant to Article 18 of Regulation (EU) No. 952/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council laying down the Union Customs Code.
Our services ensure that the client’s imported parcels are cleared for release for free circulation, and exported parcels are cleared under the direct export procedure. The client is identified as the declarant in Section 14 of the Single Administrative Document (SAD), therefore our company has to be authorised to represent the client. To this end a mandate contract is concluded by and between the client and our company.
Export of goods / Export procedure:
The export procedure applies to Slovak goods to be exported abroad. It entails the collection of export duty, implementation of trade policy measures and other export-related formalities.
To represent your company in an export procedure the timely submission of the following documents is required:
A parcel may be exported only upon completion of customs clearance and release of goods under the export procedure. The exit (border) unit of the Customs Office releases the goods to be taken out of the customs territory after their exit is confirmed.
Import of goods / Import procedure:
After release for free circulation the foreign goods are considered to be Slovak and fully at disposal of the consignor. The release of goods entails the implementation of respective trade policy measures and other import-related formalities, and the collection of the due customs duty, taxes and other payments associated with the import of goods.
To represent your company in an import procedure the timely submission of the following documents is required:
Upon receipt of the complete set of documents (as specified above) the competent Customs Office will launch customs clearance. If the parcel and accompanying set of documents meet all requirements prescribed by the applicable import-related regulations the Customs Office will determine the amount of import duty after completing its customs control. For this purpose the parcel must be physically present at the respective Customs Office and must be available for customs controls if any. As soon as the import duty is known our company will notify you of the incurred customs debt, its amount, due date and account specified by the Customs Office for your payment of the customs debt. The customs debt is not to be credited to our account but directly to the account of the Customs Office. Once the Customs Office’s account has been duly credited and the proof of payment submitted the parcel will be delivered to you. The Single Administrative Document will be sent to you by electronic means.
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