Frequently Asked Questions


Incoterms (International Commercial Terms) are official international rules and terms governing legal and economic relations between buyers and sellers in international trade concerning the transfer of risks and costs of delivery of goods from one side to another.

The rules were published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in 1936 under the name “INCOTERMS 1936”.

What is an ATA carnet?

The ATA Carnet (French/English – Admission Temporaire / Temporary Admission) is a simple international customs document, which under the Customs Convention on the A.T.A carnet replaces national customs documents for temporary export, temporary admission, and transit of goods thus simplifying the customs procedure and facilitating and accelerating the transport of certain categories of vehicles.

What is a TIR carnet?

The TIR carnet (French: Transport International par la Rout) is a customs document simplifying the customs formalities in the international transport of goods. The procedure and oversight over the land transportation vehicles, containers, and goods under the TIR carnet regime are stipulated in the Convention on International Transport of Goods Under Cover of TIR Carnets.

The TIR system is designed to facilitate the international movement of goods under the customs seal as much as possible. The system guarantees transit countries coverage of customs duties and taxes in case of abuse (smuggling).

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