Local contact options
Import customs clearanceStandard Full Customs Declaration, paying Duty & VAT upon arrival in the country in scope to gain release of cargo.
- Import declarations.
- Declaring T2L (intra EU shipments).
Export customs clearanceStandard Declaration to Customs to gain permission to board an outbound vessel.
- Export declarations.
- Creating T2L for intra EU shipments.
T1 - transit customs cleranceA customs declarations allowing to move goods between two or more different customs territories.
- Regular T1.
- Simplified procedure (we do not have it yet but are in the process of obtaining one).
Fiscal clearanceImport customs clearance done in the country of entry to EU while we guarantee that the VAT will be paid in the country of final destination that is a different EU country.
Additional Maersk Customs Services
- Sanitary / Phytosanitary / Soivre (quality) Certificates
- Veterinary certificates
- ECS – Declaring already custom cleared cargo to European customs system.
- Security declarations – Not included in simplified procedure but must be done before loading a vessel.
- Scanner Assistance
- Inspections Assistance
What is required to complete Maersk Customs Services?
- Commercial Invoice (s)
- Packing List (s)
- HS codes of the cargo
- Bill Of Lading
For Abbreviations & Explanations, please check shipping terms.
What is the Pricing / Cost of these services?What can hold up my Customs Clearance?What is an EORI Number and how do I get one?What is a classification number HS Code?Why do I need to provide a classification number HS Code?How will I know when my shipment has cleared customs?Who can I contact regarding my Customs Clearance? Who will invoice me for my Customs Clearance?I have a query regarding my Customs Clearance Invoice, who can I contact?
Please refer to the pricing schedule shared with you.
Late submission of POA or any other certificate, late payment when no credit, Authorities feedback.
An EORI (Economic Operators Registration & Identification System) Number is a unique reference number issued by Customs to Trader and is required to import or export goods.
A classification number is a unique 10-digit code that relates to a specific product and determines the amount of Duty payable. The Trade Tariff link can provide help and useful tips to enable the customer to classify their products.
It is the importers/Exporters legal responsibility to ensure the classification of their products are correct.
You will get either an automatic or self generated email announcement
Maersk will raise your invoice for all CHB activities.