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Customs Service

We mediate between your company and the customs authorities located in the vicinity of our warehouse.

Import and export declarations

We fulfill all necessary formalities related to customs clearance of imported or exported goods.

Bonded warehouse

We have a storage space for goods imported from outside of the EU under the supervision of the customs authorities. This gives you the opportunity to delay the payment of customs duties and taxes such as VAT.

Why is an investment in customs services the right choice?

You save time

Thanks to the professional staff and the location
of the warehouse in the vicinity of the Customs Office,
we significantly reduce the time of departure
of your goods to the final destination
thus allowing you to reach your goals
faster and more economically.

You focus on your core business

We deal with import, export and customs
declarations under the simplified procedure
for you, thus allowing you to deal
with the matters that are most important to you.

You optimize your spending

You gain the opportunity to delay the payment
of customs duties and taxes, plus
we further safeguard your customs duties
in the procedure of admission to trading,
that is, we provide you with financial security.

You have questions. We have answers.

A customs agency is an entity entitled to carry out any action provided for in the Customs Code on behalf of its respective principals, i.e. customers, before the customs authorities.

Because it is a specialized unit that effectively protects your interests from the Customs Office, of course always based on applicable laws.

The staff of the customs agency is comprised of the customs agents entered in the list of customs agents, published by the Minister of Finance in the Official Journal of the Minister of Finance, available for inspection also in the customs IT system, i.e. Electronic Services Portal of the Customs Service (PUESC). Full transparency is necessary in this case because it is the best guarantee of the security of clients’ interests.

Customs agents are involved in the preparation of documents relating to customs clearance and excise duties and declarations as well as in representing customers before the Customs Office and dealing with electronic transfer of data to the Customs office.

If you wish to use customs clearance with deferred VAT (the legal basis here is article 33a of the Law on Goods and Services tax), you must send us your financial documents for verification and then obtain consent from the Head of the Tax Office and the Head of the Customs-Treasury Office and present declarations proving lack of outstanding payments to the Tax Office and the Social Security Office. There is a lot of formalities to be met but you do not have to worry about it – a professional customs agency cooperating with us will take care of it on your behalf.

EORI, Economic Operators Registration and Identification, is one of the elements of the European electronic customs system. All traders wishing to act before the European customs authorities are subject to a one-time registration in the system and obtain a unique EORI number, which is used to identify them before customs authorities throughout the Union European. In Poland the registration process is carried out in The Integrated Commodity Trading Entrepreneurs’ Registration System (SZPROT), and applications are submitted via Electronic Services Portal of the Customs Service (PUESC).

Detailed information on how to obtain an EORI number can be found on the website of the National Revenue Administration, see: https://puesc.gov.pl/eori

For customs clearance you will need:

  • Authorization to act on your behalf,
  • Commercial invoice with specification of goods,
  • The specification of the goods or the commodity list, if the invoice does not meet the role of a specification,
  • Transport documents,
  • The registration documents of the issuing authority,
  • Other documents, if required by separate or specific regulations (e.g. certificates of origin or CE certificates).
What is a customs agency?

A customs agency is an entity entitled to carry out any action provided for in the Customs Code on behalf of its respective principals, i.e. customers, before the customs authorities.

Why should I use services of a customs agency if I am an international trader?

Because it is a specialized unit that effectively protects your interests from the Customs Office, of course always based on applicable laws.

The staff of the customs agency is comprised of the customs agents entered in the list of customs agents, published by the Minister of Finance in the Official Journal of the Minister of Finance, available for inspection also in the customs IT system, i.e. Electronic Services Portal of the Customs Service (PUESC). Full transparency is necessary in this case because it is the best guarantee of the security of clients’ interests.

Customs agents are involved in the preparation of documents relating to customs clearance and excise duties and declarations as well as in representing customers before the Customs Office and dealing with electronic transfer of data to the Customs office.

What requirements do I need to fulfil in order to benefit from deferred VAT on customs clearance?

If you wish to use customs clearance with deferred VAT (the legal basis here is article 33a of the Law on Goods and Services tax), you must send us your financial documents for verification and then obtain consent from the Head of the Tax Office and the Head of the Customs-Treasury Office and present declarations proving lack of outstanding payments to the Tax Office and the Social Security Office. There is a lot of formalities to be met but you do not have to worry about it – a professional customs agency cooperating with us will take care of it on your behalf.

What is an EORI number and why do I need it?

EORI, Economic Operators Registration and Identification, is one of the elements of the European electronic customs system. All traders wishing to act before the European customs authorities are subject to a one-time registration in the system and obtain a unique EORI number, which is used to identify them before customs authorities throughout the Union European. In Poland the registration process is carried out in The Integrated Commodity Trading Entrepreneurs’ Registration System (SZPROT), and applications are submitted via Electronic Services Portal of the Customs Service (PUESC).

Detailed information on how to obtain an EORI number can be found on the website of the National Revenue Administration, see: https://puesc.gov.pl/eori

What documents do I need for customs clearance?

For customs clearance you will need:

  • Authorization to act on your behalf,
  • Commercial invoice with specification of goods,
  • The specification of the goods or the commodity list, if the invoice does not meet the role of a specification,
  • Transport documents,
  • The registration documents of the issuing authority,
  • Other documents, if required by separate or specific regulations (e.g. certificates of origin or CE certificates).