Local Customs Expertise

Customs formalities including customs clearance of goods – We handle your customs documents to ensure that your cargo will arrive without any delays or problems.

Cost-effective handling of customs rules and regulations

Customs handling of import and export shipments is part of our core services. We want our clients to know that their cargo is in safe hands with us. We take care of all document handling, which can be a tricky affair as customs rules and regulations vary from one country to another, and that may even be the case within the EU.

Whether your cargo are live animals, reefer products, FCL/LCL, large-scale industrial cargo or something else, we have the experience, know-how and in-house competencies to ensure the correct customs process. The correct way of handling the customs clearance is essential as it may save costs and prevent delays in the release process.

Dedicated customs specialists

Our customs specialists are AEO-certified to work with customs, ensuring that we provide the best service to our clients. At our offices worldwide, we have local customs experts who know the local legislation, conditions and rules.

We value continuous training and education highly, as the customs area is constantly developing. We want to provide guidance and assistance through skilled and up-to-date specialists. This is how we guarantee our clients that our standards are always high.

Private customs

We can also provide assistance if you need help with private customs handling if for instance you are moving to another country.

Local expertise

Our offices worldwide have local customs specialist offering extensive knowledge of local laws and regulations.

Bonded Warehousing

Several of our locations offer bonded warehousing solutions. Contact your local office to find out how we can help you.

Customs handling without mistakes

Handling customs documents is a complex procedure. We set our sights high and expect our customs specialist to handle documentation without mistakes. We cannot afford and we do not accept mistakes as it may end up becoming a costly affair for us and not least for our clients.

This is one of the reasons why we only employ dedicated specialists in our customs department – they do not accept mistakes either. We want to solve our clients’ customs challenges by providing high quality in our service.

EU’s Free Trade Agreements

The European Commission negotiates free trade agreements between EU and countries outside EU on behalf of Denmark. Bilateral free trade agreements complement the global free trade agreements negotiated in the World Trade Organisation WTO.

The primary purpose of EU’s free trade agreements is to improve European business enterprises’ access to important markets outside EU for the benefit of the export trade. Also, the free trade agreements give European companies access to import cheaper as well as a larger variety of products from countries outside EU.

Click below to see exactly which countries EU has negotiated free trade agreements with.