It all starts with a valid HS code
Here you can see an overview of the commodity codes used in this sub-division. The first six digits refer to the classification in the WCO Harmonized System (HS). This classification is further subdivided by the European Union into the eight-digit Combined Nomenclature (CN) codes. For import declarations, these codes are subdivided further into ten-digit Taric codes. For import and export customs declarations, commodities need to be classified in the Combined Nomenclature. When classifying a product, you need to check a lot of different data sources. You can find them all in our online platform, just one mouse click away.
We provide customs information for the UK, Switzerland and the EU, as well as national trade tariff information for many EU member stated, such as Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden and Germany.
This information has been bundled into a user-friendly web application.
You will be able to quickly check conditions for import and export, validate your declaration lines to ensure you file a correct customs declaration and use the duty calculator to determine the amount of duties to be paid.
The information in our platform is also available via an API or via an Excel upload-download routine called ABC (Automatic Batch Control). This makes it possible to integrate it into your own systems automatically.
The API and ABC solutions allow you to automatically validate and enrich master data files, order manifests and/or shipments, allowing you to do in seconds what would take days to do manually.
If you are dealing with high volumes, diverse commodity codes and/or are facing problems acquiring the information for a customs declaration quickly enough our solutions will speed up your process significantly.