What if the product is one (a production line or a whole factory), but it consists of hundreds or even thousands of elements? It is possible to transport them as a whole unit and declare them as one product, disassembled into parts for transportation purposes.
What if the line or factory supply is too large? What if the delivery is stretched out in time, for a month, two or even a year? How to explain to customs that the parts coming from different parts of the world are components of the same production complex?
In this case, the special customs classification will help. Its preparation and obtaining is an extremely complex process that takes a lot of time, requires a lot of attention and a lot of serious competencies
Obtaining a special customs classification is a procedure that accompanies the delivery of large production lines from abroad.
Examples of such transportation can be found in the section Implemented projects.
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Special Customs Classifications
Will make it easier to buy a factory or production line from abroad
Every product crossing the border of the Customs Union is subject to control by the customs authorities