Customs warehouse

Customs warehouse

A customs warehouse is selected in a situation where the goods remain under customs supervision (it is possible to plan the payment of taxes, store them until re-exporting and perform other operations performed under customs supervision). Higher requirements and responsibilities apply to the administrator when maintaining a customs warehouse.

We can provide you with the most suitable customs warehouse solutions based on your business needs and specifics.

The Tax and Customs Board has issued us the following permits and special certificates for better and faster service to our customers:

  • authorization of the authorized consignor / consignee
  • authorization for simplified customs clearance
  • AEOF (Authorized Economic Operator Full) certificate

The operations of a customs warehouse are as follows:

Goods reception
  • control of the quantity and quality
  • placement of the goods on pallets

Storage of goods
  • monitoring of the movement of goods on a batch basis (FIFO, FEFO method)
  • inventories according to the agreed frequency
  • we enable the visibility of stock and movements on our customer web (ePluss)
Order processing
  • assembly of goods
  • provision of sales reports
  • preparation of delivery notes
Value-added work
  • labelling
  • repacking
  • putting excise stamps in the excise warehouse
  • we will report for you in MAIS
  • labelling in a customs warehouse (third country alcohol)
  • quality control
  • replacement and repair of defective products according to the instructions
Delivery of goods

See also declarations.