Barrus Logitstics

Customs clearance

Customs clearance is a major aspect of trade contacts with the Customs Union member-states. Make sure you carefully choose both your customs clearance point and your customs agent. Customs offices sometimes differ in their approaches to clearance, which may have a considerable impact on the time and cost of the customs procedures, not to mention the taxes and duties charged.

  • Preliminary preparation (document analysis)
  • Selecting codes from the Customs Union Product
    Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities
  • Estimation of customs charges
  • Accounting and legal support of export/import operations
  • Drafting foreign trade contracts and ordering transaction
  • Preparing documents and obtaining approvals for customs clearance (certificates of conformity, technical regulation conformity certificates, declarations of conformity, certificates of fire safety, certificates of state registration, approvals from Chambers of Commerce and other governmental agencies)
  • Payment of customs fees
  • Preliminary declaration
  • Bonded transit clearance
  • Qualified assistance in case of any complications related to customs clearance
  • Expertise in Single tariff code resolutions