Customs and tax facilitation in the supply of goods

How to improve 'cash-flow' in supply chains?

Well-planned supply chains can result in savings by fully leveraging the opportunities arising from both customs and VAT or excise law. In times of multi-crisis: war, pandemic or other random events – we can respond effectively and comprehensively to challenges using existing customs and tax regulations.

How can we help?

We will analyse your supply chains to maximise their security and productivity, taking into account areas that potentially need more attention and involve more risks.

We will implement updates to customs and tax solutions in the supply chain after reviewing trade agreements and transaction documents for the supply of goods.

We will prepare procedures to streamline the operation of the company in the field of international trade.

We will carry out training courses for employees responsible for customs and tax settlements, which will enhance both their knowledge and significantly improve their working comfort.

We will assist you in obtaining customs permits that optimize customs and tax possibilities, particularly the AEO authorization.


Improved cash-flow by minimizing tax and customs duties and formalities.

Reducing time spent on customs procedures and, with AEO, facilitating customs clearance and import VAT.

Comprehensive support at every stage of implementing new supply chains.

Diligent settlements of international transactions.

Our experience

We have provided support to entrepreneurs in customs, VAT and excise aspects of their businesses on an international scale.

We have advised Polish and international entrepreneurs on various fronts, including their international expansion, supply chain planning, obtaining customs and excise permits, as well as determining the origin, classification, and customs value of goods."

Feel free to contact us

Agnieszka Kisielewska

Partner | Tax adviser | Head of the customs and excise team