Customs Clearance | Clearing & Forwarding
With updated customs regulations and procedures we handle clearance of import and export consignments by sea, air and road more efficiently and easily. Our main services in custom clearing services include advice to the clients in preparing documents related to import and export, completion of appraisement and examination procedures and payments. After the custom formalities are completed we deliver the consignments to the said destination as per our clients' needs.
We as a Customs Clearing Agents offer wide variety of services in order to help the clients for import and export customs clearances. For import consignments we require documents such as original invoice, packing list, bill of landing/airway, bill endorsed by the importer or bank, insurance ceritificate, purchase order or letter of credit, import license and catalogue or litrature if the goods are chemical for customs clearance services. Whereas for export clearance, export license or permit and sale contracts are required along with Invoice, Packing list and shipping instruction.
As we receive the said documents our qualified professionals try to provide the best possible benefit to the clients with reference to the custom notifications and exemptions. This helps in avoiding the delay in clearance and other detention charges such as heavy demurrage etc. We normally try to clear both import and export shipments within two to three days after the receipt of the documents.
Customs Clearing Services ( Export/Import)
» Guidance and consultancy on pre and post shipment services
» Liasoning and follow up with various Govt Organisations
» Documentation procedures i.e. preparation and handling of documents
» All post shipment formalities and endorsements
» Drawback/DEPB and several other export benefits
Thus our qualifed workforce very efficiently arranges for the documents needed by the customs, transfer and receive shipments, scrutinize the goods and lastly handle the cargo at airport and ICD's to the clients warehouse.
PARASTATAL heads who signed the Mombasa port community charter risk being sacked if their agencies do not deliver on the contents of the new entity. The charter signed between the government and the private sector aims at improving the movement of cargo from the port into hinterland