Transport & Custom


Your product is now manufactured, packaged and checked, it only remains to export it to its final destination after customs clearance.

Certain documents are necessary, Sale of confirmation, Packing list, etc. We will review the last two operations before receiving your shipment.


The freighter goes to the customs clearance area.

The international order form is used by the customs services to determine the different exported items and to define the import category.

This category is classified by a code “HS” (which means Harmonized system) which is a code of international recognition. It is used mainly in the establishment of the national customs nomenclature and the collection of world trade statistics.

With this code you will be able to clearly identify the customs duty, the safety standards as well as the health formalities associated with your product.


Generally, the cost of transportation was established at the time of the detailed sourcing. Sometimes and for technical reasons, the volume generated is unknown before the end of the manufacturing process.

It is therefore a question of having a detailed estimate concerning the transport of your goods, before setting out for export.

The quote can have several variants:

  • Delivered at the halls of the port

You must use a Customs agency in your country to collect your goods, and have them delivered (or collect them yourself)

  • Delivered in your warehouse

The transport company for which you have accepted their offer will take care of customs clearance in your country and deliver you directly to your warehouses, so you have nothing to do.

In all cases, it is necessary to have all the documents ready before arrival on the importing country, and also for your business accounting.

  • Purchase order
  • Pro forma Invoice
  • Invoice
  • Loading slip
  • Packing list
  • Certificate of origin from the country of origin
  • CE if needed and RoHS
  • Others if needed