Your product, our care.
Contact Us
Union (1)

Export customs clearance is the procedure in which the accuracy of the data declared by the exporter regarding their goods, the documents presented, and the specific legislation are analyzed.

All goods destined for foreign countries, as well as those being re-exported, are subject to export customs clearance, according to Decree No. 6,759 of February 5, 2009, which regulates the administration of customs activities and the control and taxation of foreign trade operations.

As one of Brazil’s most exported commodities, coffee also needs to follow export customs clearance rules. There are many bureaucratic procedures, and producers/exporters can rely on the expertise of Dínamo Inter-Agrícola for all stages of the process.

Dínamo Inter-Agrícola professionals are trained and updated to meet all the demands and rules of export customs clearance.

The necessary documents for export customs clearance are: the invoice, bill of lading, and the export registration (RE).

What are the stages of export customs clearance?

The first steps of export customs clearance consist of the following stages:

  1. The exporter issues an NF-e (electronic invoice) and registers the DU-E (electronic export declaration), indicating the clearance and embarkation locations.
  2. The national carrier issues the MDF-e (electronic freight manifesto) for cargo transit.
  3. The depositary registers the receipt of the goods based on the invoice in the CCT (cargo control terminal).
  4. As there is already a DU-E for the received NF, the ACD (Cargo Presentation for Clearance) occurs automatically, and risk analysis is performed.
  5. Cargo is released by the RFB (Federal Revenue Service) and any approving authorities, and the DU-E is cleared.
  6. Only after the clearance of the DU-E can the depositary unitize the containers at the portal.
  7. With the cleared DU-E, the container unitized and properly released, the transport vehicle is ready to enter the area and load the container destined for the port terminal.
  8. The depositary registers the delivery of the goods in the CCT, and the transit is automatically initiated, starting the time count.
  9. When the container arrives at the gate and enters the port terminal, it is received at the portal, thus closing the depositary’s responsibility.
  10. After checking and loading the container onto the ship, the port terminal delivers the container to the shipping company.

Dínamo Inter-Agrícola is familiar with all the legislation, documentation, and processes involved in export customs clearance, providing its clients with agility and efficiency in exporting their products.

Seek the expertise of Dínamo Inter-Agrícola for export customs clearance operations.

To learn more about export customs clearance and other services offered by Dínamo Inter-Agrícola, contact the company’s professionals at (35) 3295-5111 or (13) 3213-1300

Search here

Subscribe to our Newsletter

By providing your data, you accept receiving communications and agree to the Privacy Policy.