Foreign Trade Management

Container Operation
Cargo Operation in Borders

Foreign trade management encompasses the logistics of goods that are imported and to be exported, in customs areas, authorized by the Internal Revenue, that have complete infrastructure so that both consenting bodies and forwarding agents and cargo agents can perform their duties with security and practicality.

Imported goods can be stored in Ordinary or Special Customs Regimes:

- Customs Warehouse: allows the deposit of goods in import and export in a customs location with suspension of tax payment. The good can remain stored for a period of one year and extended to 2 more years.

- Temporary Admission: allows entry in the country of certain goods, with a determined purpose and period of time, with full or partial suspension of payment of taxes incurring on its import, with commitment of re-export.

- DAP (Public Bonded Deposit): allows storage of goods for up to 120 days in the bonded warehouse without payment of taxes.

- DAC (Certified Bonded Deposit): allows regarding domestic goods deposited in the customs location, sold to (natural or legal) entity) located abroad, for all tax, credit and exchange purposes, as exported.

- Drawback: allows suspension of elimination of taxes incurring on imported inputs for use in exported product. The regime works as an incentive to exports since it reduces the costs of producing exportable products, making them more competitive in the international market.

- Temporary export: allows exit of goods from the Country, with suspension of payment of export tax, with the condition that it return within a certain term, in the same state in which they were exported.

- Industrialization (In 241): allows the industrialization of certain goods in custom area.