Somos un equipo de expertos en aduanas que están aquí para ayudarlo con todas sus necesidades y requisitos de tránsito. Nuestro equipo está disponible para ayudarle con cualquier consulta que pueda tener.
Servicios de aduanas electrónicas de SGS en (ESPAÑA)
Disponemos de una variedad de servicios diferentes, disponibles en numerosos países. Nuestros servicios ofrecen simplicidad a nuestros clientes, ya que son fáciles de usar y pueden confiar en nosotros para ayudarlos en cualquier función a lo largo del proceso.
La red TransitNet le permite iniciar declaraciones de tránsito avaladas por las garantías de SGS en 25 países europeos, incluidos Irlanda, el Reino Unido, Francia y los Países Bajos. SGS es expedidor autorizado en estos países y mucho más, ofreciendo a los clientes aprobados la posibilidad de presentar tránsitos con arreglo a procedimiento simplificado.
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SGS e-Customs también ofrece declaraciones de exportación irlandesas presentadas a través de nuestro software de aduanas, TransitNet. Las declaraciones de exportación están disponibles en todos los modos: carretera, mar y aire. Las declaraciones de exportación tramitadas junto con declaraciones de tránsito están sujetas a descuentos especiales.
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TransitNet está conectado al Sistema de Movimientos de Vehículos de Mercancías del Reino Unido (GVMS), lo que significa que una vez que un tránsito ha sido presentado y procesado por el sistema NCTS local, las declaraciones de aduanas se registran automáticamente en GVMS y se proporciona una Referencia de Movimiento de Mercancías (GMR) a través de TransitNet.
Los movimientos de ciertas mercancías (pescado, carne, animales vivos, etc.), ya sea hacia Irlanda desde Gran Bretaña o hacia Francia después de cruzar el territorio del Reino Unido, amparados con un documento de tránsito, requieren una notificación previa en Traces NT. Esta notificación previa se conoce como declaración CHED (Declaración de Entrada Sanitaria Común). SGS e-Customs puede proporcionar declaraciones CHED.
Para cualquier camión que vaya a entrar en la UE a través de Francia e Irlanda, se requiere una declaración ICS/ENS específica generada en los sistemas ICS francés e irlandés. TransitNet ha desarrollado una conexión a ambos sistemas ICS, lo que le permite enviar sus tránsitos al sistema NCTS y sus declaraciones ICS / ENS a los sistemas ICS de Francia e Irlanda con solo pulsar un botón.
SGS e-Customs también ofrece un servicio completo de gestión aduanera en Reino Unido, que incluye declaraciones de exportación e importación desde Reino Unido, y brinda a las empresas la posibilidad de completar todas sus formalidades aduaneras con un operador confiable y experimentado.
El territorio de Reino Unido es una ruta de acceso vital para las empresas que exportan e importan entre la isla de Irlanda y Europa continental y sigue siendo la ruta más rápida y eficiente. El paquete Landbridge de SGS y Eurotunnel UK busca proporcionar una solución compleja y completa que sea fácil para las empresas que utilizan esta ruta terrestre en Reino Unido. Los exportadores, transportistas e importadores pueden relajarse sabiendo que SGS y Eurotunnel ofrecen una gama completa de servicios para cubrir el viaje y garantizar que las mercancías lleguen a su destino sin demora. La atención al cliente in situ está disponible las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana.
El Brexit es un hecho. A partir del 1 de enero de 2021, las declaraciones de aduanas han tenido que crearse para todos los envíos entre el Reino Unido y la UE. Esta nueva obligación puede provocar riesgos, costes y retrasos adicionales para su empresa. Somos el único socio aduanero que necesita para transformar el Brexit de una carga a una ventaja competitiva.
A partir del 1 de octubre de 2021, los camiones que viajan por territorio de Reino Unido con una declaración de tránsito hacia y desde Irlanda requieren una declaración EXS (Declaración Sumaria de Salida) presentada en el sistema aduanero de Reino Unido. El sistema de aduanas electrónica de SGS pueden proporcionar declaraciones EXS para cumplir estos nuevos requisitos. EXS también es necesario para palets, contenedores y vehículos vacíos que se trasladan con un contrato de transporte hacia la UE.
To comply with the new regulation of EU Commission which imposes on shippers a duty of sending pre-notifications for goods which are subject to phytosanitary control once entering the EU from third countries, SGS introduced a new service line for clients called CHED pre-notifications. Such pre-notifications are created in external system known as TRACES, to enable proper Import clearance procedure.
For any trucks that will enter the EU via France and Ireland, a separate ICS/ENS declaration is required to be submitted to the French and Irish ICS systems. TransitNet has developed a connection to both ICS systems allowing users to submit their transits to the NCTS system and their ICS/ENS declarations to the French and Irish ICS systems at the click of a button.
TransitNet is connected to the UK’s Goods Vehicle Movements System, meaning that once a transit has been submitted and processed by the local NCTS system, the customs declarations will automatically be registered on GVMS and a Goods Movement Reference (GMR) will be provided via TransitNet.
French Smart Border System (SI):
All movements to and from the EU via France need to be registered in the French Smart Border System. SGS offers to do this on behalf of their clients taking away another layer of complexity from their clients.
Netherlands Portbase/Belgian Port Systems:
Transits that start from or transit through the ports in Rotterdam and Belgium will need a pre-notification sent to the local port system. TransitNet is connected to the Portbase system in Rotterdam port and the port systems in the Belgian ports including Antwerp and Zeebrugge allowing these messages to be generated on behalf of our clients
SGS’ Customs Services:
SGS also offers a range of customs services including software for self-service clients to make import, Export and excise declarations or a full customs brokerage service where SGS will handle the customs procedures for you. SGS’ eGTA customs software interfaces with TransitNet allowing users of TransitNet to import the data of a previously created Export declaration from eGTA for reuse in a transit in TransitNet.
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We are using TransitNet for our UK Landbridge movements from and to Ireland. We have had a seamless experience from the start with minimal delays if any. It took a few days to adjust to the new customs procedures but this is part of the norm now.
Post Brexit, transiting the UK landbridge is still the quickest and most efficient way for us to travel to and from mainland Europe. The new customs procedures were simplified with the help of SGS.
We have been working with SGS since the start of the year and they have helped us greatly in the Brexit transition. More recently we have tried their Landbridge package which they operate in cooperation with Eurotunnel. The service was first class and it made the whole process much smoother than it had been before. The package really has every angle covered. We will definitely be using the Landbridge package with SGS and Eurotunnel going forward to ensure our trucks make it to their destination without delay.
Becoming a client of SGS TransitNet has been one of the best decisions we have ever made. They make the whole process so simple and are always available to support us in our customs needs. Whether it is a container from the Port of Rotterdam or a truck from Turkey, we simply send them the documents and they take care of the rest. Efficient and reliable, we will continue to use SGS TransitNet for our customs transit needs.
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SGS e-Customs news – Ireland
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The introduction of Safety and Security requirements for the movement goods out and into Great Britain for many scenarios had been postponed from the 1st January 2021. The next few months will see the implementation of these Safety and Security requirements.
Most exports will have safety and security requirements met with the customs export declaration which contains safety and security information. This is sometimes referred to as a combined export declaration.
When Safety and Security requirements have not been met by means of a combined export declaration, an EXS is required when: –
- an empty pallet, container or vehicle is being moved under a transport contract
- goods have remained in temporary storage for more than 14 days
- goods have remained in temporary storage for less than 14 days, but the import safety and security declaration details are unknown, or the destination or consignee has changed
- goods are moved under transit using either a transit accompanying document (TAD) or a transit security accompanying document (TSAD)
The requirement for EXS had been postponed in the scenarios –
- empty pallets, containers and vehicles being moved under a transport contract to the EU (and to other countries for which a pre-departure declaration was not required before 31 December 2020), and;
- goods in RoRo vehicles where there would otherwise be a requirement for an EXS. This will include, for example, transit movements using RoRo.
From the 1st October 2021, an EXS will now be required for the two scenarios mentioned above.
From a transit point of view, it means that EXS will be required for;
- Transits (TAD/TSAD) which have started outside GB and which will travel through GB on the way to their destination (in the EU and onwards), e.g., Ireland via GB to France under T2
- Transits (TAD/TSAD) which have started in GB but were not preceded by a “combined export”*
*this scenario will be extremely rare
SGS e-Customs service
SGS e-Customs will provide a full EXS service covering all the scenarios where EXS will be needed including for goods travelling under transit and for empty pallets, containers and vehicles moved under a transport contract.
For more information, please contact your local client centre or use the Contact us form to get in touch.
Important note: for T2 transits crossing the UK land bridge, an EORI number for the consignor is mandatory. The UK EXS system will support the use of EU EORI numbers.
SGS are pleased to announce the recent partnership with Eurotunnel to ensure that customers using SGS TransitNet can be ‘green-routed’ upon entry to France.
The UK Landbridge is a vital access route for companies who export and import between Ireland and continental Europe and remains the most efficient route. SGS and Eurotunnel have come together to create a ‘UK Landbridge Package’ which seeks to provide an easy solution for companies looking to use the UK Landbridge.
Exporters, transporters and importers can relax in the knowledge that SGS and Eurotunnel can provide a full range of services to cover the journey and ensure that the goods reach their destination without delay. On-site customer support is also available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week at Eurotunnel.
The UK Landbridge is especially important for companies involved in the movement of fish, meat and any goods that are subject to sanitary or phytosanitary control. It is vital for these companies that these goods reach their destination as quickly as possible. Any delay to the delivery for these types of goods can have a damaging effect on the quality of the product. The ‘UK Landbridge Package’ provides all the necessary customs declarations and entries, while at the same time offers companies peace of mind that the procedures for their shipments will be handled correctly, so that their journey can be made as smoothly as possible.
The UK Landbridge remains the most efficient way of transporting goods between the island of Ireland and continental Europe. There are 12 sailings per day between Ireland and Great Britain and a departure every ten minutes between Great Britain and France Eurotunnel.
SGS are delighted to be partnering with Eurotunnel to provide this unique service to SGS TransitNet users, Eurotunnel pride themselves on providing a high quality service for helping traders move their goods throughout Europe 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Whether it’s a one-off trip or part of a larger, more frequent freight delivery, managing your bookings couldn’t be simpler. With easy to access terminals, up to six departures per hour and an average crossing time of only 35 minutes via the Channel Tunnel, the complexity has been well and truly removed.
Additionally, the Eurotunnel Border Pass shares information needed for border crossings between the transporter and Eurotunnel and between Eurotunnel and the border authorities thus ensuring that the authorities are ready for the arrival of a particular shipment and all the necessary documentation is in place. It is secure and digitized without the need for the driver to leave the vehicle or present any documents on arrival at the border.
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January 2021 saw a reduction in the volumes of traffic using the UK landbridge. As new Brexit Regulations were a major concern for traders, warehouses were stockpiled to allow for any potential bottlenecks and with the increasing number of COVID infections across Europe, the feeling among businesses in Ireland was that direct routes were safer with less disruption than travelling via the UK.
Three months on and a steady flow of traffic back to the landbridge is becoming more evident. Warehouse stockpiles have been depleted, COVID infection rates are slowing and customs officials, businesses and brokers have a better understanding of the new world of Brexit requirements and customs paperwork. The landbridge is again a very accessible option for hauliers and businesses wanting to access the EU from Ireland through the UK. According to EU statistics almost 15,000 transit declarations were registered in and out of Ireland during the month of March. This is a significant increase from January and February’s volumes which totalled 18,000 collectively. Indications are that transiting across the UK is a more efficient and cost-effective means of accessing the EU. At SGS, we are fast establishing ourselves as the trusted partner for facilitating transit movements for Irish businesses.
Tom Ferris, consultant economist, has written widely on Brexit and transport. He is of the view that the “pendulum will swing back to the use of the landbridge by Irish traders, but not to the same extent as was evident up to 31st December 2020. It is a matter of traders adapting to the changed circumstances and ensuring that they are fully conversant with the customs and administrative requirements of a post-Brexit world”.
One of the benefits offered by the landbridge is superior transit times. According to the IMDO Report “The Implications of Brexit on the Use of the Landbridge”, 12th November 2018 “The landbridge is the quickest way to transport freight to and from the continent each year; it takes less than 20 hours, compared to the 40-hour roll-on roll-off direct sea route and the 60-hour load-on load-off direct sea route. These times have changed with the advent of new routes however, transiting from Ireland to Rotterdam or Calais across the landbridge is still a much quicker option than using the direct ferries. When preparation times and delivery locations are taken into consideration the landbridge can also be a much more economical option”.
While direct ferries have provided hauliers and businesses with alternative options to access the EU, the unknown of Brexit-related customs processes has not been as stressful as many had feared. The landbridge is as accessible as ever in both directions allowing businesses to keep their cargo moving faster and more regularly without the fear of weather delays, cancelations or waiting for available slots. This position is supported by many of our clients:
With some preparation and support from the SGS TransitNet team, each stage of the journey can be made smoother by using TransitNet. Our customs experts will ensure that you are supported from the preparation of your journey right through to termination. We will advise on what the requirements are depending on the nature of the goods you are moving and will ensure that these requirements are met prior to departure.
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