What is it?
Transit of goods is meant for movement of goods without paying taxes and duties or presenting permits. Transit needs to be closed in the destination with the following customs procedure.
Customs Transit is a customs procedure used to move goods:
- between two points of a customs territory, via another customs territory;
- or between two or more different customs territories.
Using the Customs Transit procedure allows for the temporary suspension of duties, taxes and commercial policy measures that are applicable at import. As such, it allows Customs Clearance formalities to take place at the point destination rather than at the point of entry into the customs territory.
Transit is a customs procedure that can be used to move goods across borders without paying the charges usually due when the goods enter the customs territory. At the destination, the goods released for free circulation and duties, taxes will be paid, or placed under another suspensive customs procedure or re-exported.
Who is it for?
Customs Transit is for companies who deal with cross border and compliance. Cross-border e-commerce is becoming an increasingly profitable outlet for retailers, why sell in one market when the world is your oyster?
How it works?
To create transit declarations in the Eurora system, there are 2 ways:
- use API endpoint to upload a JSON file including one to many transit declarations;
- use Eurora’s portal to create the transit declarations manually.