There are a number of regulations and guidelines that must be met before goods can move from Indonesia to the EU. These include product safety standards, labeling regulations, and customs requirements. All of these can be overwhelming for SMEs, and it can be difficult for them to keep up with all of the changes.
That is where we come in. We provide our SME partners with a comprehensive solution to help them navigate the complexities of EU compliance, include providing guidance on product safety standards, labeling regulations, and customs requirements. Furthermore, we use our network of contacts in the EU to ensure that our clients’ shipments are handled efficiently and quickly.
We have an extensive network of partners that allows us to source products from reliable suppliers, negotiating the best prices
Our team consists of experienced professionals who are well-versed in the laws and regulations related to international trade.
We provide the best compliance service for food and non-food products to meet EU standard.
We are also experts in working with logistics, customs clearance, and transportation. We are committed to delivering high-quality products on time, and at competitive prices.
We are a leading provider of a comprehensive import and export solution that meets our business partners’ needs and exceeds their expectations. We take great pride in building long-term relationships with our business partners.
We categorise the products by functioning and materials for SMEs. During this project, we classified the products as textile, fashion, footwear, jewellery, furniture, home decoration, and food. This is to prepare for testing and documentation collection, as well as customs requirements – HS code, permits.
In this event since we imported batik, silver jewelry, rattan, bamboo and furtinure products form SMEs, we need to make sure they are safe to be placed among European markets, thus we help to organise the following testing, for example:
We were in full control of product labelling requirements due to the lack of legal support of SMEs, from net contents, correct ingredient/material, allergens, EU standard nutrition info, to GS1 ENA code, barcode, and importer information for EU supervisors to trace.
We worked with our Indonesian partner company with export license, and help SMEs to compile export declaration form (PPJK), commercial invoice, packing List, the tax declaration and others.
Except the invoice, bill of lading, packing list which are always required. Depending on the type of goods, additional documents may also be required, including permits, licenses, certificates of analysis, or other documents. We curate SMEs and always ensure the correct classification and all documentation are ready when declaring goods to customs. And finally, we ensure taxes and duties were paid on time.