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Obtaining the "surveillance documents" for steel products under EU Regulation 670 of 28 April 2016 from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Business Environment Relations Department of Foreign Trade and International Relations.

  • Customs import and export declarations;
  • Customs warehousing;
  • Transit;
  • Drafting specific documents: external invoices, specifications (packing list), CMR, TIR, EUR 1;
  • Brokerage for goods transport (forwarder)
  • Obtaining VISA certificates of origin;
  • Obtaining EORI number;
  • T1 transit with or without security;
  • Representation in customs;
  • Preparing any documents required by the customs authority;
  • Consultancy for drawing up authorization dossiers on various customs chapters: inward, outward, temporary and precedent transactions in general;
  • Specialized assistance, transit, single entry document etc. at all border points of entrance in the EU

  • We perform transports in all EU countries, from and to Romania and we provide transportation in relationship with the European Union countries and in any country beyond. Road transport is organized in full truck loads or grouping. Regardless of the amount: from 1 kg to a full truck of 20 tonnes of cargo, we will find you the best route.
  • General goods means a wide range of goods and products. Basically this category includes all goods that can be transported from one point to another by means of standard freight transport. In the category of general goods not covered are those goods which, due to their properties, characteristics, dimensions, volumes or their weight, can only be transported by specialized transport or using a special permit.
  • Type of freight:
    -General Cargo (pallet / pallets, boxes, including garments on hangers, bales, packages, bulk, vehicles etc.))
    -Hazardous Cargo (classified ADR)
    -Cargo under a controlled temperature thermal regime
    -Personal effects.
  • Shipments are done under international conventions CMR / TIR. We offer, based on available trucks, competitive freight rates on routes and destinations from and to all Romanian counties.

Intrastat is the system for collecting statistical data on trade in goods between EU countries.
When a country becomes a member of the European Union (EU) and part of the Single Market, customs control over the movement of goods between this country and other EU countries disappears and traders no longer have the obligation to complete the customs declarations for these goods.

To replace this source of data, the Intrastat system was created and developed for collecting information directly from operators in EU countries which perform exchange of goods with other EU Member States. This statistical system is operational on since 1 January 1993 in the European Union and is based on Regulations that apply in all EU Member States. It is currently enforced by the Council Regulation no. 638/2004 on trade statistics between EU Member States and the Commission Regulation no. 1982/2004 implementing Council Regulation no. 638/2004.

Thus, these Community rules:

  • Enable knowledge of international trade volume of each Member State;
  • Represent the basis of calculation for macroeconomic indicators that highlight the economic and social development of a country;
  • Are used to substantiate policies in various fields (trade policy, monetary, customs, etc.) and to determine the share of Community budget contributions with each Member State of the European Union.

Intrastat system became operational in Romania since 1 January 2007, when the country joined the European Union. Intrastat declarations are compiled by all economic operators whose imports and / or exports to / from European Union member states exceed the thresholds set for the reference year.

What should be said?

  • Stream insertions / shipments
  • The reference period
  • The reference period
  • Identification of the company
  • Country of destination / country of dispatch
  • The nature of the transation
  • Mode of transport
  • Terms of delivery
  • Quantity in kg
  • Quantity in supplementary units
  • Invoiced value
  • The statistical value