It is a tax, duty, or charge collected from the goods imported or exported to a country by the applicable Customs Laws. The concept of customs is also used for the place where these transactions are made.
Customs in Turkey is an institution working under the responsibility of the Ministry of Customs and Trade.
According to the Decree-Law on the Organization and Duties of the Ministry of Customs and Trade – Decree-Law/640, the duties of the relevant unit are as follows;
To regulate and implement the Turkish Customs Tariff Schedule, the origin, customs value, customs regime, and formalities of the goods by the agreements and international practices.
To accrue and collect customs duties and other taxes, funds, and financial burdens collected by customs.
EUR.1 Certificate of Movement
“Commercial Invoice” in international terminology; is the final sales invoice prepared on the spot, showing information such as the type, name, quantity, unit sales price, and total price of the goods sold.
“Consular Invoice” in international terminology; These are the invoices approved by the consulate by filling in the blank invoice form that the exporter firm will obtain from the consulate of the country to which it will export its goods.
“Legalized / Certified Invoice” in international terminology; As a result of the approval of the commercial invoice issued by the exporting company to the foreign buyer by the consulate of the importing country, a certified invoice is obtained.
“Freight Invoice” in international terminology; is the invoice that also shows the transportation fee issued when the freight is paid by the seller. Freight amount can be shown as included in the cost of goods or separately.
“Inspection Certificate” in international terminology; is a document prepared by a surveillance company to show that the goods subject to trade comply with the conditions stipulated in the sales contract.
“Customs Declaration Form” in international terminology; In export, it is a document submitted to the customs administration after it is filled by the Customs Legislation and approved by the relevant exporter association.
“Halal Certificate” in international terminology; is a document that Islamic countries demand meat imports and shows that the cuts comply with Islamic rules.
Shipment Document – Bill of Lading
“Bill of Lading / Consignment Note” in international terminology; is the contract of carriage between the exporter and the carrier who will transport the goods subject to transportation from one point to another.
Sea Bill of Lading
“Marine / Ocean Bill of Lading” in international terminology; In maritime transport, the document is the document proving that the goods have been received or loaded for transport.
Road Transport Certificate
“Road Waybill” in international terminology; is a document showing that the goods have been received by the shipping company to be transported to the desired location.
Mixed Transport Certificate
“Combined Bill of Lading” in international terminology; is the document given to the shipper by the carrier in cases where there are more than one means of transportation in the transportation of the goods subject to the document and showing that the goods will be transported from the place of receipt to the destination.
Certificate of Origin
“Certificate of Origin” in international terminology; is a document showing the country of origin of the goods subject to foreign trade, that is, the country of production.
Special Certificate of Origin – Form A
“Certificate of Origin” in international terminology; It is the certificate of origin issued for exports to countries that give preference to benefit from the concessional customs rates provided by the General Preferences system.
Radiation Analysis Document
“Radiation Certificate” in international terminology; is the document proving that agricultural products do not contain more than an acceptable amount of radiation or that they are radiation-free.
“Insurance Policy” in international terminology; is the document that proves that the insured property is insured against risks by the contract made between the insured and the insurance company and shows the rights and responsibilities of the parties.
“TIR Carnet” in international terminology; is the document used for vehicles making international transportation between countries that are members of the TIR Convention (Transit International Routier) signed in Geneva in 1959.
Airline Transport Bill / Air Waybill
“Airwaybill” in international terminology; is a document showing that the goods issued by the airline companies have been received for transportation.
“Proforma Invoice” in international terminology; is a sales proposal or pre-invoice sent by the seller to the buyer.
“Movement Certificate” in international terminology; EFTA Countries is the document regulated in trade with other countries that have signed a Free Trade Agreement with Turkey, and in the trade of products within the scope of the agreement signed between Turkey and the European Union in iron and steel products.