Services
Import
  • Clearance
  • Import License
  • Services
  • Customs Transit

• International Airports of São Paulo (Guarulhos) and Campinas (Viracopos);
• Dry Ports in São Paulo and Greater São Paulo;
• Port of Santos – SP; 
• We operate in every Brazilian Ports and Airports via corresponding/partner offices.

• Elaboration, registration and monitoring of the issuance of the Import License before the intervening bodies.

• Analysis of documents for the instruction of the Customs Clearance: Commercial and Proforma Invoice, Packing List, AWB, B/L, CRT, Proof of Origin, etc.;
• Contact with Suppliers (Exporter, Airline Companies, Cargo Agent, Transporter, Warehouse, Bank, Exchange Brokerage, etc.);
• Import Pre-Calculation;
• Hiring of International Freight;
• Hiring of National Road Freight;
• Hiring of Storage Services;
• Negotiation for the reduction in value of Air, Ocean and Road Freight and also along with the Secondary Zone Customs Warehouses.
• Guidance and Coordination when contracting Exchange;
• Elaboration and registration of the Import Declaration, that is:
  - Clearance for Consumption;
  - Bonded Warehouse Admission; and
  - Temporary Consumption and Admission.
• Elaboration and registration of the Simplified Declaration of Import, that is:
  - Permanent Import;
  - Temporary Admission;
  - Unaccompanied Baggage; and
  - Reimport/Return to the country.
• Monitoring of the import process along with the Federal Revenue Service and intervening bodies; and
• Monitoring of the Physical and Documentary Check along with the Federal Revenue Service;

• Elaboration, registration and monitoring of the issuance of the Declaration of Customs Transit for the removal of goods from the Primary Zones (Ports, Airports and Dry Borders) to the Secondary Zones (Dry Port).

Export
  • Clearance
  • Services

• International Airports of São Paulo (Guarulhos) and Campinas (Viracopos);
• Dry Ports in São Paulo and Greater São Paulo;
• Port of Santos – SP.

• Elaboration of the Export Register (ER) and the Export Clearance Declaration (In all its modalities);
• Analysis of the documents, such as AWB, B/L, CRT, Commercial and Proforma Invoice, Packing List, CTD, ICM-CTD;
• Contact with Suppliers (Importer, Airline Company, Cargo Agent, Transporter, Warehouse, Bank, Exchange Brokerage, etc.);
• Separation and Dispatch of all documents for the Importer in its origin;
• Export Pre-Calculation; 
• Hiring of International Freight;
• Hiring of National Road Freight;
• Hiring of Storage Services;
• Negotiation for the reduction in value of Air, Ocean and Road Freight and also along with the Secondary and Primary Zone Customs Warehouses.
• Guidance and Coordination when contracting Exchange;
• Monitoring of the export process along with the Federal Revenue Service and intervening bodies; and
• Monitoring of the Physical and Documentary Check along with the Federal Revenue Service;