Customs Clearance

We’ll make importing and exporting a breeze. Our team provides customs clearance services in Ireland, saving you time and money. We can professionally manage ALL aspects of the import and export clearance process so you can focus on growing your business.

The Team

Our Customs Clearance team have been doing this for decades. We know the ins and outs of customs procedures and regulations.

We make importing and exporting easy by taking care of all the paperwork and compliance, so you don’t have to. We’re available 8am to 6pm, five days a week, and offer out-of-hours emergency help.



What is Customs Clearance?

Customs Clearance is the required process for recording the arrival and departure of goods as they enter or exit a country.

Customs Clearance involves calculating the VAT and duties that may be due on those goods and following the correct procedure to have the goods enter or exit the country lawfully. All goods that are shipped internationally must pass through Customs before they are allowed to enter or exit a country. This includes any goods sent by sea, air, or land. After your goods are Customs Cleared and released you will be furnished with Customs Documents to confirm all Customs Duties and Taxes have been paid and your goods can proceed to their destination.

What happens if I fail to comply with Customs?

If you fail to prepare your Customs Clearance Documentation properly, Customs may prevent your goods from entering or leaving the jurisdiction.

To ensure your goods are allowed exit or entry you can hire a customs broker or freight forwarder to handle the Customs Clearance procedure.

Do I need a Customs Broker?

A Customs Broker assists in the process of Customs Clearance of goods entering or exiting the country.

If you are importing or exporting goods for sale, it is advisable to have a Customs Broker prepare your paperwork to ensure that your shipment will be granted access into the jurisdiction. Not following the correct procedure will result in your shipment being held up and delayed, with the possibility of fines or additional Duty Charges and potentially your goods being seized by Customs.

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