Customs Clearance

Customs Clearance

The development of international relations and trade has led to the birth and implementation of customs legislation. Nowadays, countries try to maximize their profits by expanding their trade volume by exporting and importing their contracts. In trades made by land or sea, countries act within the framework of rules that are obligatory to be applied in foreign trade relations realized with foreign countries and they are treated within these regulations. The whole of these transactions can in fact be classified as customs clearance transactions. Different products imported and exported such as fruits, vegetables, technological products, textile products, medicines which are coming from abroad or going abroad are subjected to customs clearance procedures.

Our customs Our borders are covered in the Republic of Turkey and the Republic of Turkey customs procedures State law applies in this context. The airspace of our country, the land waters are within these borders. In the border provinces and districts, customs laws are actively implemented at the ports of the roads and at the ports and the public personnel are working in the customs offices or at the border. Many issues such as border and coastal trade relations, rapid cargo transport, returning goods, determining the principles and procedures of the tax to be taken are fulfilled in customs units. All these customs clearances are carried out under the Ministry of Customs and Trade. Another duty of the customs units is to fulfill the duties assigned by the minister. The customs clearance transactions, which constitute the main elements of trade with foreign countries, contribute to the expansion of the trade volume of the country and the possession of the international scene.

Cross-border trade leads to serious increases in border security services and customs clearance. Each of the road road vehicles, such as cars, trucks and trucks, entering the country, are treated during the transition and the security of the customs territory is ensured. Tools and people are being checked, and no illegal operation is allowed. Customs procedures are regularly checked and procedures are carried out in order to comply with the procedures and established guidelines. In order to fulfill all these functions in accordance with the laws, sub-units connected to the Ministry of Customs and Trade have been established and these units have been assigned.