Customs Clearance Service
Our global team of customs experts can help you with customs clearance complexities.
To ship your cargo from Point A to Point B seamlessly across the world, you must get your customs clearance done on both sides. As the name suggests, this service provided by your customs broker is called Customs House Brokerage.
Our Customs House Brokerage services can help you with the complexities of border controls and customs regulations. For import and export cargos. At both – origin and destination.
Import Customs Clearance
A government requirement to gain the release of inbound cargo that involves the clearing of goods through customs borders and territories.
Export Customs Clearance
A govern requirement to gain permission to load an outbound vessel, for exporters shipping outside of their trade zones.
Customs Transit Documentation
Allows customs clearance formalities to take place at the destination point rather than at the point of entry into the customs territory..
WHY PARTNER WITH SRI RAM SHIPPING SERVICES
Our dedicated local teams provide specialist advice and support, with in-depth local knowledge and experience in every sector, from food, beverages, and pharmaceuticals to construction.
You decide where and when your cargo is loaded and delivered.
We understand that your needs may vary according to customer demand or other factors, and we have the resources to react quickly to these changes. Safe storage options at the departure or arrival port are available if necessary.
When it comes to delivering your products, we know that time is of the essence. That’s why we make every effort to find the fastest possible route, leveraging our extensive intermodal system to optimize transit times.
Thanks to the scale of our operations and our wide-reaching network, we can offer competitive prices. Our flexible, customized solutions are adapted to each customer’s specific requirements, helping you to save costs and keep your business moving.
Your cargo is in safe hands with SRI RAM SHIPPING SERVICES. We store goods in modern, secure containers, which make minimal stops and remain locked and sealed throughout their journey. At sea, the containers are less accessible than on the road, reducing the risk of theft, damage, or contamination.