Shipping to Slovenia

Customs House Brokerage

Core product

Import Customs Clearance T1 - transit customs clerance Fiscal clearance
Standard Full Customs Declaration, paying Duty & VAT upon arrival in the country in scope to gain release of cargo A customs declarations allowing to move goods between two or more different customs territories. Import 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.
  • Import declarations
  • Declaring T2L (intra EU shipments).
  • Regular T1.
  • Simplified procedure (we do not have it yet but are in the process of obtaining one).

Additional Custom House Brokerage services

EUR1
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  

General import Customs House Brokerage flow

Customs House Brokerage spain import

What is required to complete Customs House Brokerage?

  • Commercial Invoice (s)
  • Packing List (s)
  • HS codes of the cargo
  • Bill Of Lading


FAQs

Q: What is the Pricing / Cost of these services?
A: Please refer to the pricing schedule shared with you.

Q: What can hold up my Customs Clearance?
A: A variety of reasons can hold up a clearance, to name a few but not limited to, would be awaiting mandatory documents, awaiting payment, customs holds, Port Authority holds and vessel delays.

Q: What is a Deferred VAT?
A: With the amendments introduced by Law 28/2014, importers can pay VAT on their monthly return. That is, while the payment of customs duties, anti-dumping and other taxes related to imports will be managed with the payment letter 031, the VAT will be deferred to the monthly VAT declaration-settlement (Form 303).

Q: What if I do not have a Deferred VAT?
A: Customer can apply to have Deferred VAT by submitting the census declaration (model 036 of the AEAT), which can be done telematically , in the month of November of the year before the start of the calendar year in which it should take effect.
That is to say that for operators who want to apply for deferred VAT application for 2019, you must submit model 036 this same month of November 2018.
The request to renounce VAT deferred to the export must also be made through model 036 in the month of November of the year before the start of the calendar year in which it should take effect

Q: What is an EORI Number and how do I get one?
A: 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. This is a one-time application, more information can be found upon http://www.AEAT.es

Q: What is a classification number HS Code?
A: 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.

Q: Why do I need to provide a classification number HS Code?
A: It is the importers/Exporters legal responsibility to ensure the classification of their products are correct. However, if they are unsure please advise to contact Transamar, who can assist in an advisory capacity only.

Q: How will I know when my shipment has cleared customs?
A: Our team at MyCustomsES@transamar.es will email the customer with clearance paperwork as soon as the shipment has been released from customs and is free to leave the port.

Q: Who can I contact regarding my Customs Clearance?
A: Please contact MyCustomsES@transamar.es or Export and Transits OPS Coordinator Avellaneda, Javier javier.avellaneda@transamar.es  (+34 956 58 45 37) Imports OPS Coordinator Migoya, Helia Helia.Migoya@transamar.es (+34 956 58 45 24)

Q: Who will invoice me for my Customs Clearance?
A: Transamar will raise an invoice for all Customs related costs.

Q: I have a query regarding my Customs Clearance Invoice, who can I contact?
A: Please contact MyCustomsES@transamar.es or Export and Transits OPS Coordinator Avellaneda, Javier javier.avellaneda@transamar.es  (+34 956 58 45 37) Imports OPS Coordinator Migoya, Helia Helia.Migoya@transamar.es (+34 956 58 45 24)

Abbreviations & Explanations

CHB = Customs House Brokerage
VAT = Value Added Tax
EORI = Economic Operators’ Registration and Identification
HTS = Harmonized Tariff Schedule
AEO = Authorized Economic Operator
POA = Power of Attorney
T1 = Transit Document which allows the movement of non-EU commodity between two customs offices (EU)
T2L = Document which proofs the EU status

Demurrage and Detention

Import

Applicable from 1/1/2017

Our setup in Slovenia consists of two elements; Storage and Combined Detention and Demurrage

This means you will have one combined free time period and compensation for utilization of equipment inside and outside the terminal referred to as Combined Demurrase and Detention. Compensation for Storage related to use of terminal will be charged separately

Storage start to apply as from SAME DAY of DISCHARGE until GATE OUT FULL Reefer include Electricity and Monitoring.

Combined Detention and Demurrage starts to apply as from SAME DAY of DISCHARGE until GATE IN EMPTY,

Calculation is based on CALENDAR days.

Import Storage (Dry)
From Discharge day to Gate Out Full included
  EURO per DAY    
Port Days 20' 40'
Koper 0 to 5 0 0
  6 to 12 5 10
  13 to 20 10 20
  21 to 30 20 40
  31 onward 40 80
Import Storage (Open & Flat)
From Discharge day to Gate Out Full included
  EURO per DAY    
Port Days 20' 40'
Koper 0 to 12 10 20
  13 to 20 20 40
  21 to 30 40 80
  31 onward 80 160
Import Storage (Reef)
From Discharge day to Gate Out Full included
  EURO per DAY    
Port Days 20' 40'
Koper 0 to 4 0 0
  5 40 45
  6 to 10 45 55
  11 to 20 55 75
  21 onward 75 115
Import Storage (Dangerous)
From Discharge day to Gate Out Full included
  EURO per DAY        
Port Days 20 IMO DRY (2.1;3; 4.2; 4.3; 5.1;  9) 40 IMO DRY(2.1;3; 4.2; 4.3; 5.1;  9) 20 IMO DRY (2.2; 4.1) 40 IMO DRY (2.2; 4.1)
Koper 1 to 12 7.5 15 6.25 12.5

13 to 20 15 30 12.5 25
  21 to 30 30 60 25 50
  31 onward 52.5 105 43.75 87.5
Import Storage (Dangerous)
From Discharge day to Gate Out Full included
  EURO per DAY        
Port Days 20 IMO DRY (2.3; 5.2; 6.1) 40 IMO DRY (2.3; 5.2; 6.1) 20 IMO DRY (6.2; 8) 40 IMO dry (6.2; 8)
Koper 1 to 12 12.5 25 8.75 17.5
  13 to 20 25 50 17.5 35
  21 to 30 50 100 35 70
  31 onward 87.5 175 61.25 122.5
Import Storage (Dangerous Reefer)
From Discharge day to Gate Out Full included
  EURO per DAY        
Port Days 20 IMO REEF (2.1;3; 4.2; 4.3; 5.1;  9) 40 IMO REEF (2.1;3; 4.2; 4.3; 5.1;  9) 20 IMO REEF (2.2; 4.1) 40 IMO REEF (2.2; 4.1)
Koper 1 to 12 42.5 50 41.25 47.5
  13 to 20 50 65 47.5 60
  21 to 30 65 95 60 85
  31 onward 87.5 140 78.75 122.5
Import Storage (Dangerous Reefer)
From Discharge day to Gate Out Full included
  EURO per DAY        
Port Days 20 IMO REEF (2.3; 5.2; 6.1) 40 IMO REEF (2.3; 5.2; 6.1) 20 IMO REEF (6.2; 8) 40 IMO REEF(6.2; 8)
Koper 1 to 12 47.5 60 43.75 52.5
  13 to 20 60 85 52.5 70
  21 to 30 85 135 70 105
  31 onward 122.5 210 96.25 157.5
Import Combined Demurrage&Detention (Dry and IMO)
From Discharge day to Gate In Empty included
  EURO per DAY    
Port Days 20' 40'
Koper 0 to 14 0 0
  15 to 30 25 50
  31 onward 40 80
Import Combined Demurrage&Detention (Reef and Dang Reef)
From Discharge day to Gate In Empty included
  EURO per DAY    
Port Days 20' 40'
Koper 0 to 7 0 0
  8 to 14 40 60
  15 onward 70 100
Import Combined Demurrage&Detention (Open&Flat)
From Discharge day to Gate In Empty included
  EURO per DAY    
Port Days 20' 40'
Koper 0 to 10 0 0
  11 to 19 40 60
  20 onward 70 100

Procedures

Release of Cargo – Surrendering the Bill of Lading – Endorsements:

  • The first endorsement must be made by the party with title
  • The last »endorsement« is by the party to whom delivery can be made
  • One original Bill of Lading is enough
  • The Bill of Lading must be duly endorsed (for ¨to order Bills¨)
  • Ensure to stamp (=acomplish) B/L according to Import SOP

SHIPPER¨S  CONSIGNEE¨S  BANK¨S
TO ORDER 
YES
YES
NO
TO ORDER OF CONSIGNEE 
NO
YES
NO
TO ORDER OF BANK 
NO
YES
YES
WAYBILL 
NO
NO
NO

*Way Bills:

  • Not negotiable, can not be endorsed
  • Delivery can be made (only) to person named as consignee, upon proof of identity – Way Bill does not have to be surrendered to effect delivery

Restrictions

Commodity:

There are no restrictions in place. Special certificates are needed for plants / seeds (phyto-sanitary certificate), meat and fish (Veterinary, Origin certificates and Catch Certificates for any fish products). Please contact our Import Customer Service for further details at si.import@maersk.com.

Weight / Measurement

The general road limitations is 44mt (container + truck + chassis + gross cargo).

Special Cargo

No restrictions in general though for trucking to inland points, special permits might be needed (depends on the actual oversize, therefore please inquire). For dangerous cargo the dangerous cargo papers must be provided and approved at the time the booking is placed. Please inquire for exact details with our Customer Service.

Email your local office

If you want to speak to a sales person about a new shipment or if you have a question about your existing shipment, you can email us and we will respond within the next two days. If you have a more immediate question, you can search for help online.