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Customs Clearance & Brokerage Outsourcing Services

Customs Clearance Brokerage Services

Customs clearance and brokerage outsourcing services are integral to international trade, ensuring that goods comply with all regulations and reach their destinations smoothly. These services involve outsourcing the complex and time-consuming tasks of customs documentation, tariff classification, duty calculation, and regulatory compliance to specialized third-party providers.

Customs brokers act as intermediaries between shippers and government agencies, facilitating the efficient processing of shipments through customs. They handle paperwork, coordinate inspections, and resolve any issues that may arise during the clearance process. Additionally, outsourcing customs clearance and brokerage services can lead to cost savings, as companies do not need to maintain an in-house team for these functions.

About Services

Import customs clearance services are a critical component of the international trade process, ensuring that goods pass through customs efficiently and in compliance with all regulatory requirements. These services include preparing and submitting necessary documentation, calculating and paying duties and taxes, facilitating communication with customs authorities, and ensuring adherence to import regulations and standards.

Export customs clearance services are essential for ensuring the smooth and lawful shipment of goods across international borders. These services involve preparing and submitting necessary documentation to the relevant customs authorities, ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements and facilitating the export process. Key activities include the classification of goods according to the Harmonized System (HS) codes, calculation and payment of duties and taxes, obtaining export licenses and permits, and handling any customs queries or inspections.

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ACI MANIFEST

The ACI manifest calls for requires the electronic broadcast of advance information from highway and rail carriers, and will necessitate secondary data from freight forwarders.

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SEPARATION AND INDEXING

One of the main things you can do is make sure your shipping container is loaded correctly. Eventually, as the shipper, you are accountable for the stacking of your shipping containers.

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RMD REAL TIME

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RMD FRONT END ENTRY

Our team guides info is desirable for customs clearance support services on Low-Value Shipments (LVS) to the CBSA.



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NAFTA VERIFICATION

North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) certification is obligatory by businesses which ship goods between the USA, Canada, and Mexico.


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HS CLASSIFICATION

The Harmonized System is an international nomenclature for the classification of products. It allows participating countries to classify traded goods frequently for customs purposes.

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PARS ENTRY SERVICES

As one of the leading customs brokerage service providers, our licensed experts have the know-how to speedily submit PARS documentation and move your goods in-land while ensuring compliance with the Canadian import regulations.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How does Mandli Technologies actually help with Customs clearance?

Mandli actually offers an in-house Customs clearance service. This provides an easy, efficient and legally compliant transit of international cargo without involving any further group or authoritarian body.
We do following task:

1.Make available expert advice and guidance on all necessary procedures and relevant cargo codification.
2.Talk you through all the Customs documentation you would require to absolute for different cargo types and countries of origin/purpose.
3.Submit import and export Customs entries on enterprises' behalf.
4.Authorized some Customs documentation on-site (such as the EUR1 / ATR).
5.Provide management on likely Customs duty for different cargoes (based on classification code and country of origin with which you provide us).