Usually processing customs exemption requests for imported/re-exported Goods is part of the Customs Clearance Service; however, NCGS has delivered Customs Exemption Services independently for its clients in the past. In many cases, customers has called on NCGS to support completing complex customs exemption processing for special goods and shipments which the assigned customs agent stumbled with. NCGS has +15 years of field experience supported with a wide network of public relations that result into customs exemption processing in a professional, complete, and timely manner.
JUNNAH HUNT - Customs Exemptions
- > Yemen
- Yemen > Sana'a
- Sana'a > Sana'a Airport
- Yemen > Sana'a
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Processing Goods customs exemption applications with relevant authorities on behalf of customers
Cover the costs of any applicable service charges on behalf of customers as per service agreement such as paperwork handling fees, subcontractors fees, storage fees, fuel resources fees, transportation fees, site monthly utilities, and so forth.
Provide financial bank guarantees, insurances, bonds as required on behalf of customers to issue customs clearance certifications, import/export permits, and so foth.
Translate and legally notarize, endorse business or service forms, applications, letters, contracts, permits, certificates, bonds, licenses, and so forth from authorized public parties
Consignment on behalf of the customer on official business or service forms, agreements, shipping documents, letters, and so forth during goods or service exchange procedures.
Paperwork Handling Services
Turn-key paperwork handling for processing and issuing special access/import permits for Goods such as Telecommunication Equipment, Security & Safety Equipment, Medical Shipments, and Dangerous Material on behalf of customers with relevant public/private authorities
Turn-key paperwork handling for processing and issuing customs exemption certificates for imported Goods/shipments and return of any issued bank guarantees on behalf of customers with relevant public/private authorities