Aduana Global is a customs agency that works with the export process. There are three main phases: administration, inspection and exchange. Our competencies include everything from making exports compliant with the rules and regulations, shipment tracking, customs clearance, the processing of payments and container reusing coordenation. All process steps are tracked and monitored by our online system that ensures the operation’s transparency.
Check out our competencies by export process stage.
Preliminary Procedures - Administrative Phase
The administrative phase of the export process refers to preparation procedures and government agency requirements to execute the exportation.
Adaptation to national and international export regulations;
Company registration and accreditation as an exporter in the DECEX/SECEX, Brazilian International Trade Secretariat and/or authorizing agencies when needed;
Estimation of domestic and international freight;
Indication of storage costs;
Estimation of costs by export procedures;
Planning of the FOB (maritime) price, or FCA (air) or Incoterms;
Shipping and insurance payments by Incoterms modality;
Issue and submit the Pro Forma invoice for the importer;
Purchase Order receipt;
Register the export register in SISCOMEX (Brazilian Integrated International Trade System);
Draft and tracking of the Export Order:
Simplified Declaration Procedure at Export;
Presence of the cargo;
Purchase Order Request.
Analysis and checking of export procedure data;
Hiring of international shipping company;
Conference and Customs Clearance – Inspection Phase
The inspection stage includes customs clearance and the verification of the accuracy of the export process information.
Completion of the export order formalities;
Issuance of tax, business and financial documents;
Draft of the Export Register and Export Order Declaration;
Draft of the bill of lading;
Consularization (authentication/acknowledgment) of documents;
Tracking of shipments by sea, air and road;
Support in Drawback processes.
Withdrawal of Goods – Exchange Phase
The exchange stage refers to the receipt of payment by a Brazilian Bank and other financial export procedures by the Negotiating Bank in Brazil.
Draft of the Commercial Invoice, Packing List and Certificate of Origin;
Export Credit management;
Quotation of the exchange rate with the Negotiating Bank in Brazil;
Monitoring of the goods’ arrival;
Payment processing by the Negotiating Bank in Brazil;
Assistance in special and atypical customs systems, such as Drawback.
* There are 10 authorizing agencies for the export process: Agência Nacional de Energia Elétrica – ANEEL; Agência Nacional do Petróleo, Gás Natural e Biocombustíveis – ANP; Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária – ANVISA; Comando do Exército – COMEX; Departamento de Operações de Comércio Exterior – DECEX; Departamento de Polícia Federal – DPF; Departamento Nacional de Produção Mineral – DNPM; Instituto Brasileiro do Meio Ambiente e dos Recursos Naturais Renováveis –IBAMA; Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Inovação – MCTI; e Ministério da Defesa – MD).