A great team: Scope and Customs!
Exporting and importing companies appreciate the assistance of Riege’s quick and reliable software for completing customs formalities.
Customs formalities are as extensive as they are complex. There are plenty of important points to deal with: import and export requirements and regulations, goods, classification and valuation, declarations, customs duty, inspection and communications.
In short: a wealth of information and data needs to be checked, collected and kept readily available around the clock. This mainly costs freight forwarders one precious thing: time.
All parties involved in import and export can save valuable time by working with Scope Customs.
Riege’s customs-certified logistics software ensures a smooth and fast procedure.
At a glance:
- Scope bundles all relevant information (including PDF files) that needs to be exchanged with customs in all export and import operations in one procedure. This exchange is carried out digitally– time-consuming paper documentation becomes obsolete.
- In the event that information and documents are required on paper, they can be printed from Scope anytime.
- Checking status in Scope offers a view of procedures, whether still in progress or accurately completed. If problems occur in the course of a process, these are registered and organised accordingly.
- If customs duty is levied in the import process, Scope automatically creates a corresponding invoice in the system. This is – again automatically – forwarded to the accounting department.
- Worldwide, most customs systems are similar. Therefore, Scope works with an interface that is identical for all systems – regardless of what data or terms are filled in.
- If a customer also uses Scope Forwarding, accompanying customs procedures are directly accessible from the shipment.
- Procedures can be opened and managed directly from the shipment. This includes attached PDF files.
- Incoming tax assessments are automatically filed as invoices in conjunction with the respective shipment. At the touch of a button these costs can be charged to customers in the corresponding final invoice.