We perform temporary exportations with great
attention to all customs and transport procedures. Our close
network of international correspondents allows us to guarantee
personalized service and meet all of your requests for temporary
goods shipment abroad.
When can temporary exportation be
It is possible to allow the goods to leave national territory
for a temporary period, without, however, paying customs duties,
when the goods must be undergo special processing abroad, such
- processing means the transformation of products or goods with
physical or chemical characteristics different to the temporarily
- erecting, assembling or fitting them to other goods;
- repair, adaptation and updating.
The regulations, in fact, provide for the possibility, under
this system, to export goods of any type that must
be processed abroad, with the obligation to be reintroduced
entirely into the country of origin. Temporary exportation may take
place also as a special arrangement for international shipment of
merchandise for study, viewing, or experiment purposes, but
also for exhibition at trade shows or events; e.g., products
exported for temporary use.
To perform this particular exportation, it is necessary to
request authorization (Declaration of Temporary Admission -
DTA) from customs in the region in which the operation
takes place. The destinations and specifics of the processing to
which the goods must be subject, must in fact be expressed to the
customs office of origin.
The goods may remain abroad in the temporary exportation system
for a maximum period of two years, a limit that may be extended by
one year, requesting this from the customs office, a maximum of
three times. This temporary exportation system is concluded with
the re-importation of the goods, and if this does not take place,
the goods must be declared as exported.
This particular system offers many tax advantages but it is
necessary to follow the various customs procedures in detail. Our
expert personnel will take charge of everything, assisting in both
shipping and the bureaucratic process.