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Optimal Customs clearance service with Tullify AB

Do you need efficient help with customs clearance for your import or export goods? Tullify AB is your reliable partner to ensure smooth and correct customs clearance.

What is customs clearance?


Customs clearance is the process by which import or export goods undergo the approval of the customs authorities. It is a critical part of international trade and requires strict compliance with customs regulations and documentation to avoid delays or potential charges.

How can Tullify AB help?


Tullify AB offers tailored services to facilitate customs clearance for companies of all sizes. By partnering with us, you get access to:

Expertise and experience: Our team consists of knowledgeable people customs specialists who are skilled in customs regulations and processes. We constantly keep up to date with the latest changes in customs legislation to ensure the correct handling of your goods.

 

Efficient and fast service: We understand the importance of fast and smooth customs clearance. By using advanced systems and processes, we always strive to minimize any delays in the customs procedure.

Complete document management: We take care of all the necessary documentation and formalities required for customs clearance, reducing your administrative work and ensuring compliance with regulations.

 

Personal customer service:We value our customers' unique needs. That's why we offer tailored solutions and personal support to ensure your specific requirements are met.

Why choose Tullify AB?


Our priority is to facilitate and streamline customs clearance for you, regardless of the scope or type of business. With a focus on minimizing risks, simplifying the process and ensuring compliance with customs regulations, we are the obvious choice for your customs clearance.

Contact Tullify AB today to discuss how we can help you with your customs clearance. Let us take care of the customs, while you focus on your core business!
 

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Six easy steps to customs clearance success with Tullify:

Correctly completed commercial invoice: Make sure you have carefully completed your commercial invoice and included it in your shipment. It is crucial that all information is correct and that the documentation is complete for smooth customs clearance.

Include waybill: Check that your waybill is included in the shipment and that all required information is filled in correctly. It is important that the information on both the commercial invoice and the waybill match each other to avoid delays in the customs process.

Additional documentation: In addition to the commercial invoice and waybill, other documents may be required, such as an export permit. Make sure you have included all necessary documentation and follow any guidelines or guides to avoid complications.

Inform the recipient of customs duties and taxes: Be transparent with the recipient about any customs fees and taxes that may be incurred. This gives them the opportunity to be prepared and avoid surprises when receiving the shipment.

Check restrictions in the destination country: Research is the key. Make sure you are aware of any restrictions or bans on the goods you are sending to the destination country. This can help to avoid problems during customs clearance.

Grant authorization to Tullify: If you are using Tullify  for the first time, please consider granting them a power of attorney. This enables Tullify   to carry out the customs clearance on your behalf, which can facilitate the process and reduce the administrative burden for you as the sender.

Tullify helps you complete an export declaration

How do you say this without bragging? It's not possible. With a response time of less than 15 minutes, we are convinced that no other player on the market can handle export declarations like us.

 

Tullify is the only Customs agent on the market that focuses on exports only. This allows us to offer extremely fast response times and low prices.

 

  • No start-up costs

  • No binding times

  • No long contracts

 

​In addition, we always offer free trial period of 14 days for potential customers with regular export flows.

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Customs Clearance in Sweden: A Detailed Guide

Customs clearance is the process of declaring goods to the Swedish Customs Agency when you import or export them to or from Sweden. This guide will provide you with a detailed overview of when you need to clear goods through customs, how the process works, and tips for avoiding problems.

When do I need to clear goods through customs?

You need to clear goods through customs in the following situations:

Import:

  • When you order goods from a country outside the EU: You always need to declare the goods to the Swedish Customs Agency and pay customs duty and VAT. Some goods may also be subject to other charges, such as excise duty.

  • When you import goods for your business: You always need to clear the goods through customs, regardless of their value.

Export:

  • When you send goods to a country outside the EU: You always need to declare the goods to the Swedish Customs Agency. Some goods may require an export license.

How does the customs clearance process work?

The customs clearance process can vary depending on whether you are importing or exporting goods, how you are transporting them, and the value of the goods. Here is a general overview:

Import:

  • Use Tullify to help you through the customs clearance process.

  • Declare the goods: You can declare the goods digitally via the Swedish Customs Agency's website or app, or by filling out a paper declaration.

  • Pay customs duty and VAT: You can pay customs duty and VAT online, via bank giro or in cash.

  • Customs control: The Swedish Customs Agency may check the goods to ensure that they have been declared correctly.

Export:

  • Use Tullify to help you through the customs clearance process.

  • Declare the goods: You can declare the goods digitally via the Swedish Customs Agency's website or app, or by filling out a paper declaration.

  • Obtain an export license: Some goods may require an export license from the Swedish Customs Agency.

  • Customs control: The Swedish Customs Agency may check the goods to ensure that they have been declared correctly.

Tips for avoiding problems at customs clearance:

  • Read about the Swedish Customs Agency's rules and regulations: You can find information on the Swedish Customs Agency's website.

  • Use a customs agent: If you are unsure of how to proceed, you can hire Tullify to help you.

  • Keep track of the value of the goods: It is important to know how much the goods are worth, as this will affect how much customs duty and VAT you will have to pay.

  • Be prepared to pay fees: In addition to customs duty and VAT, there may be other charges, such as excise duty.

 

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