The certificate of the customs representative of FCS of Russia No. 0875/00

Customs broker in Petersburg

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Petersburg is a large Russian city located close to the Russian customs border. It has a well-developed infrastructure and due to its location is of great importance for foreign economic activity.


Petersburg as a place of foreign economic activity

St. Petersburg is a port city located on the shores of the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea. There are 7 ports in total, including a passenger seaport. In the Big Sea Port of St. Petersburg, bulk, general and container cargo is handled. It includes the seaports of Bronka and Kronstadt. Moreover, the seaport of Ust-Luga is located 100 km from St. Petersburg, which is also actively used. Cargoes arrive at the port of St. Petersburg from the countries of near and far abroad, including:
  • Finland and neighboring countries;
  • Japan;
  • Korea;
  • China;
  • Australia;
  • African countries;
  • EU states.

Air cargo is delivered to Pulkovo airport. The railway junction of St. Petersburg is the second largest in the Russian Federation. Also in St. Petersburg can be cleared goods that are transported by road. Popular road routes pass through St. Petersburg, along which goods are delivered from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Moldova, Bulgaria, Greece and other countries.


Customs clearance of goods, which is an integral part of foreign economic activity, can be carried out directly by the declarant or his customs representative.

What can a customs broker do?

Customs broker in St. Petersburg SB Cargo provides a range of services, including:

  • determination of codes of goods according to the commodity nomenclature of foreign economic activity;
  • determination of the applied measures of non-tariff regulation, prohibitions and restrictions;
  • calculation of the amount of customs payments and timely depositing of security into a single current account of the FCS of Russia;
  • submission of the declaration and an electronic set of documents to the CED;
  • preparation of the necessary documents for placing goods under customs procedures;
  • calculation and confirmation of the customs value of goods;
  • calculation of the optimal route;
  • control of unloading, loading of goods and other operations carried out on the territory of the customs post;
  • export of cargo from the territory of the customs post.

All actions performed by the customs representative are coordinated with the client. The terms of cooperation are established by the brokerage agreement. In addition to basic information, it prescribes the cases and forms of responsibility of the customs broker and the client. The customs representative contributes to the most expeditious customs clearance of goods, competently solves problems, provides additional documents requested by the customs service. At the same time, he acts exclusively in the interests of the client and respects confidentiality.

Dear customers! We only work with cargo owners and ready-made commercial documentation for the goods. To get advice, you need to sign a customs representation agreement with us and provide: a signed foreign trade contract, invoice, packing list. Please form requests from the company's corporate email address. Requests from email addresses registered on free mail services, in accordance with the company's security policy, fall into SPAM
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