Keeping an eye on customs regulations
The smooth and compliant transport of your freight over the customs borders of their respective destination countries is part of our role. DACHSER is highly familiar with all applicable customs regulations in various countries after having spent decades as a main player on the international stage. As such, we meticulously navigate your consignments through the extensive provisions of local and worldwide customs regulations and coordinate the entire customs clearance process with local authorities.
Our status as an AEO provides advantages in customs controls
Local customs authorities have certified DACHSER as an “Authorized Economic Operator” (AEO), one of the first major logistics providers to be awarded this certification. This comes with security-related customs control benefits worldwide – benefits which we are able to pass on to our customers: Our extensive, customs-approved security standards not only simplify customs clearance, but also stand as a seal of approval for your global trading partners.
Advantages of customs clearance with DACHSER
- Time and cost savings: The efficient, high-quality processing of all customs formalities handled by our customs specialists frees up time for your core business
- Numerous services: Among other things, we advise you on all issues relating to customs clearance and take care of your registration and central data archiving
- Efficient processing: The electronic export procedure, ATLAS (automated tariff and local customs clearance system), ensures fast and safe handling
Fast transport with correct documentation
We facilitate a smooth shipping process by precisely drafting all necessary documents for customs and authorities. We have contacts with all relevant service providers and institutions such as airlines or shipping companies. Our freight forwarding systems are also closely interlinked with local customs systems. Our own local employees can identify the latest regulations at an early stage and take them into consideration immediately. They are also responsible for shipments from third party countries with direct transport to other EU countries.