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Customs Agency

NB! We offer customs clearance and consulting only for goods transported by CF&S.

CF&S Estonia advises its clients on customs matters.

We will help you to follow all the rules arising from both European Union and national legislation when exporting and importing goods.

CF&S Estonia has received the status of an authorised economic operator (AEO) by the Estonian Tax and Customs Board, which signifies a reliable partner in customs-related operations and provides many customs-related benefits.

 

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Debby Roi
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Debby Roi

What is the role of customs controls?

Customs control monitors the movement of goods across states in three separate steps:

  • Customs Declarations: It is obligatory to declare the goods you want to transport and their origin.
  • Inspection of goods: The concerns the authority of customs agents to verify the declaration of goods.
  • Final verification: The procedure checks for trade compliance and payment of customs duties.

What does international customs?

International customs play a paramount role in the regulating and inspecting shipments. Customs verifies the shipment was a legal action consistent with the countries’ rules. 

These also ensure whether the exchange of goods complies with duty and tax rules and other relevant requirements of the country.

Do you offer customs management?

Yes, you will receive all sorts of customs services from the simplest to the most difficult. We do this to prevent any complications, ensuring a productive and beneficial experience.

What do you mean by completed customs clearance?

It means customs officials have processed all documents, and the cargo can leave the port.

How many types of customs control are there?

  • Land customs: You can find land customs on the borders between countries. At these locations, officials verify goods listed on the records reflect those you are transporting. The goods are usually heavy, high-valued, or those that require rapid discharge.
  • Air customs: You can find air customs at international airports. Here customs authorities keep track of exporting and importing goods.
  • Maritime customs: This concerns ocean shipping of inbound and outbound cargo between countries. The goods are usually oversized and overweight. Customs officials check customs documents and regulate the flow of goods.
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