Customs Support is active in various countries within the European Union. Thanks to these locations and our partners, we can serve you very well within Europe.

We are your neutral customs partner and are happy to take over your customs activities. You can contact the country where your company is located. Our experts can then help you with compiling a wish list and build a sustainable partnership with you.

Digital Connections

Entering the digital world of customs handling, we consult and support your operationally in setting up a digital interfacing with customs software to have a transparent and an efficient customs operation. Digital Connectivity reduces tremendously your manual effort for entering data, prevents errors and provides full visibility on the status of your customs data.

Customs Help Desk

We offer ongoing advice on customs matters on an ad hoc basis or in the form of a monthly subscription. Our customs consultants will answer your questions by phone, team or e-mail at any time when you need urgent advice or support.

Customs education & staff training

One of the components of our consulting portfolio is Customs Education and Training. The logistics world is constantly changing. Laws and regulations change and within logistics companies, employees come and go.

Interim Customs Resources

Companies operating worldwide that are growing or are faced with first time customs laws often get lost in the web of customs rules requirements and regulations. Often there is little or no experience within a company to face this challenging environment lots of times reacting afterwards to customs requirements when written or verbal warnings accompanied by fines arrive.
Being in control seems to be next to impossible simply by the lack of knowledge and time within current staff.

Requests of customs permits

The Union Customs Code (DWU) contains a number of special procedures, that aims to reduce the administrative burden of customs supervision, thus ensuring an undisturbed logistics chain. Included in this is the aim to promote international competition and improve export opportunities.

AEO Certification

Standing still is not an option. Every logistics company, either it be you are moving the goods, doing the documentation, or advising companies how to get their goods from one location to the other, we all want the same thing: results. The AEO (Authorised Economic Operators) has been around for more than a decade now and with the years the concept has had the necessary adjustments to keep up with the times and new legislations.

Origin Determination

The origin of a product plays a significant role when you think of importing and exporting your goods. Origin is one of the tax bases. Basically, there are two types of origin. Origin with regards to the last country or area where the goods were in free circulation, or origin in terms of the country were the goods were manufactured

Goods classification

How you classify your goods from a customs point of view is an important part of customs compliance. Failing to correct classification of your goods can have a major effect on your business and relation with the Customs Authorities