At Eagles Air & Sea , we have an experienced professional staff, available for you, that is trained in all facets of Thai customs clearance procedures and regulations, providing you with a trouble free and efficient transit of goods into and out of Thailand.
- E-Paperless Customs Management software that is completely integrated with Royal Thai Customs, to ensure trouble free and speedy customs clearance of your goods. We are able to initiate clearance procedures even while your goods are still in transit, eliminating costly ques and delays at the port of entry.
- We offer Green Line clearance access for critical shipments that need expedited delivery into Thailand.
- Eagles custom’s clearance software supports electronic submission of your invoice for easy and speedy online clearance of goods.
- Our Customs clearance team can also process your temporary imports into and out of free trade zones as well as handle all types of bonded shipments of almost any type of cargo.
In short, our customs clearance services are designed to provide our customers with a customs clearance process that will save you money and time while avoiding quarantined goods or other unexpected delays of their goods.
With over 30 years of experience clearing goods into and out of Thailand, Eagles Air & Sea has a solid working relationship with Thai Customs. Our staff is well respected and our working relationship with Thai Customs officials will ensure that your goods will arrive on time, intact, and without any unexpected duties, fines or penalties.
If you are looking for problem free shipping of raw materials or finished goods into or out of Thailand, Eagles Air & Sea invite you to contact us to let us explain how we can take the expense, time delays, and worry out of international transport of cargo.
Frequent Asked Questions
Is there a difference between import and export customs clearance?
Yes. It is best to work with a freight forwarder who is familiar with the International Harmonized Code and how it is used to calculate duties, taxes, and the like.
What documents do I need?
Your import/export license, a packing list of everything you are shipping, the invoice, a bill of lading and an airway bill if you are shipping via air. These are the basics, but there may be others depending on where the goods are going and what type of goods you are shipping.
What customs costs am I responsible for?
This depends to a certain extent on the Incoterms agreed to between the exporter and the importer. A professional freight forwarding agent can explain your options regarding this important issue.