The total transit - Common transit
Common transit procedure is used for the transport of goods between the 28 EU Member States, the member countries of EFTA (Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland) and Turkey (from December 1, 2012), the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (1 July 2015) and Serbia (February 1, 2016). This procedure is based on the Convention of 20 May 1987 on common transit. April 28, 2016 in the Convention was amended decision number 1/2016 of the EU / EFTA Joint Committee, in order to bring it in line with the Customs Code of the Union. Rules are virtually identical to the rules of the Union of transit.
Transit Union - Union transit
This procedure is used for customs transit operations between the EU Member States (and Andorra and San Marino) and is generally applicable to the movement of incompatible products, which are delivered to the customs duties and other levies on import and the Union of goods which are between the point of departure and destination in the EU have to pass through the territory of a third country. The rules laid down in the Customs Code of the Union. See. Information pages the UCC.
Guide to Transit - Transit Manual
Transit Guide is the most comprehensive source of information on the general and the Federal Transit. As such, the benefit is a tool for promoting a better understanding of how the transit procedure works and the roles of the various participants. It is also a tool to better ensure a harmonized application of the transit regulations and an equal treatment of all operators. Guidance is presented in nine main parts as follows:
Part I. General Introduction
Part II. shipment status
Part III. Guarantees
Part IV: Standard transit procedure NCTS (New Computerized Transit System e)
Part V: The procedure for adjusting
Part VI. simplify
Part VII: Completion transit operation request
Part VIII: Debt and recovery
Part IX. The TIR procedure (TIR)
Address Book transit network
The book contains the addresses of the national coordinators and nearly 400 regional and local communication officers in transit. Part of its role is to ensure regular dialogue with operators at national and local levels, and to facilitate their contacts with the customs authorities on all aspects of the functioning of the transit regime.
- Database transit customs services NCTS MRN
- Guide to the regular shipping Regular Shipping Service
- Guide to customs procedures for maritime Short Sea Shipping
- Customs transit procedures law in the Union laid down in the Customs Union Code (EC Regulation number 952/2013) in the Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/2446, in the implementation of the Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/2447 and in Commission Regulation (EC) 2016/341 with amended.
- Common Transit Convention: The Convention of 20 May 1987 on a common transit procedure is the basis for the movement of goods between the twenty-eight Member States, the four member countries of EFTA (Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland), Turkey, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia.
- Decisions of the European Court of Justice