The goods inspection is a physical inspection through which customs officials verify the correspondence of the goods contained in a shipment with the accompanying documents and with the customs declaration presented at customs. The standard customs inspection is decided after the submission of the customs declaration with the automatic Green Channel system.

During the inspection, it may be decided to seize the goods. This inspection can be decided, as well as by Customs, also by the SVAD office (Customs Anti-Fraud Surveillance Service) with the specific purpose of controlling shipments to prevent tax / customs fraud, smuggling, the entry of counterfeit goods and can also take place before the customs declaration.


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5 June 2014