Are you looking for a contact person who takes care of the active/passive processing or the returned goods handling of your trade goods? It doesn't matter what your individual requirements are - you can always count on our comprehensive support! In order to keep your costs as low as possible and to relieve you during the entire process, we use all legal leeway as a matter of principle.
The advantages of our finishing services at a glance
With our finishing services, you can always be sure that your goods will be processed with special care and the utmost professionalism.
Save costs and effort
Save yourself costs and effort with our service, since neither import duties are incurred nor trade policy measures have to be carried out during the finishing process.
With us you can have both passive and active finishing of your goods carried out or you can also make use of our returned goods handling.
Our company consists of employees with many years of experience in the industry who will provide you with advice and assistance even with complex matters.
All from a single source
With OCIS, you get all the services you want from a single source, without unnecessary interfaces or additional subcontractors.
Do you have a question or a suggestion about our services? We are always at your disposal and will advise you free of charge!
What is the difference between active/passive processing and returned goods processing
The term "inward processing" refers to a process in which goods from non-EU countries are first imported into the EU area for processing and then exported again in a new condition. Such a refinement usually includes the general treatment or processing or an improvement of the goods. The aim of the inward processing procedure is therefore to enable companies to first process goods from third countries before deciding whether the processed products should enter the EU market or whether they should be re-exported.
In the case of "outward processing", on the other hand, the finishing or refining processes are relocated to an economically more favorable third country. Here, the goods are exported from the customs area of the EU in order to be imported back into the EU after processing abroad with partial complete exemption from customs duties.
If, instead, goods are re-imported within three years of being exported from the customs area in an unchanged condition, they can be subjected to the special process of so-called returned goods clearance as so-called "returned goods".
Your contact for everything to do with active/passive processing and returned goods processing
OCIS is your partner in all matters relating to active/passive processing and the entire returned goods processing. No matter what requirements you have - we are happy to be there for you and offer you the right solutions from a single source. Simply contact us now and we will make you the right offer!
Frequently asked questions about inward/outward processing
1. What is inward processing?
Within the scope of inward processing, goods from third countries are imported into the customs area of the European Union in order to be subjected to finishing processes such as general treatment and processing or rework. During the refining process, there are no import duties and no additional trade policy precautions have to be taken.
2. What is outward processing?
The counterpart to inward processing of goods is passive processing. Here the goods are temporarily exported from the customs area of the EU to another third country in order to carry out the processing there at lower cost conditions.
3. I still haven't found the right answer to my question, who can I contact?
If you have not yet found a suitable answer to your question, you can of course contact us at any time. You can either use our contact form or give us a call. We look forward to answering your questions and working with you to develop an individual solution.
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