Supply Chain in Portugal

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Customs Procedures

Only the exporting of cultural artefacts, specimens of endangered species of fauna and flora, and war material, arms, munitions and suchlike is prohibited.
Export Taxes
Export Clearance
There is free movement of goods within the EU.
Customs clearance is necessary for exporting goods outside the EU. 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

Quality Control Organizations
Bureau Veritas

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