Supply Chain in Poland
- A variety of goods and commodities are subject to import (and export) restrictions to protect the safety and lives of humans, animals and plants, safeguard national security, or to protect artistic, cultural or intellectual property. Examples would be restrictions and controls on the import of certain food products, drugs, pharmaceuticals, environmentally hazardous products, seeds, tropical wood, weapons, explosives, antiques, etc.
- Export Taxes
- Export Clearance
- There is free movement of goods within the EU.
To export outwith the EU, Customs clearance is necessary. The Customs clearance office checks the export declaration (which need only be brief), may control the goods and authorizes the collection of the goods. The goods are placed for a period of 20 days maximum (45 days in ports) in warehouses or Customs clearance areas (temporary bond).
- Necessary Declaration
- The Customs declaration must contain information on the origin of the goods, the Customs tariff and Customs valuation of the goods.
Controlling the Quality of the Products
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In Poland, outsourcing is still restricted to simple business processes. More complicated processes are rarely outsourced. Nevertheless, outsourcing expenditure will increase in the years to come.
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