Lately, we've been seeing this myth about how easy the customs process and foreign economic activities really are. All one has to do is to hire a logistician (or take up logistics), apply for and secure a digital signature, install some software, learn how to fill out a declaration of goods by following the instructions, send the declaration to customs, get the goods released, and boom — you're golden.
We do not wish to deflate this blissful illusion and so we will not argue to the contrary. All we have to say is, you stand to lose as much or more than you're going to save.
The truth of the matter is, neither the act of sending the declaration to customs nor the release of the goods are the end of this process. Things are just getting started at that stage.
A strategy for transferring customs control to the "post-release" stage for the goods in question. The goals of post-control for the customs authorities are self-evident: improving work efficiency in the fields of law enforcement and their fiscal functions, increasing the economic feasibility of customs inspections (according to the FCS's statistics, it was twice as high in 2020 as in 2019), increasing cargo traffic and improving the image of the customs authorities.
The duration of the customs authority's post-control is 3 years — over the course of these years, significant additional customs fees and late fees might be imposed upon the organisation, which in turn could bankrupt the business.
Our solution spans the entire range of these activities, from the purchase (or sale) of the goods to the delivery of the goods (or payment) to the client.
Our work is based on a commission agreement.