CAD FR is a leading company in customs brokerage. We are highly experienced and offer knowledgeable and comprehensive solutions by providing global support on any type of customs-related issues. CAD FR offers fast, uncomplicated and highly reliable services.
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We are licensed and reliable customs brokers offering trusted consultancy services for every customs operation. We carry out customs clearance for import, export and special customs procedures..

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We are practical and professional, count on us to find the best solutions for your business.


It is a document attesting that the stock is intended for third countries. It is issued by CAD FR according to the records provided by the exporter. CAD FR will handle the internet-based transmission of the declaration to the National Customs Agency.
With the permission of the National Customs Agency, CAD FR offers in-house customs clearance by carrying out the process directly at its customers warehouses.

  • Commercial or Pro forma invoice
  • Packing list
  • Freight documents
  • Specific authorizations or license if required
  • Additional papers (if required) according to the type of goods and the destination.
  • SAD – Single Administrative Document to be submitted to the customs authorities. It must contain specific details about the goods being shipped. All the relevant documents must be enclosed to it.

Release for free circulation is a procedure which confers on non-Community goods the status of Community goods. A custom declaration is necessary for the goods to be introduced in the procedure. The goods is subject to EU commercial policy measures (i.e. holding an import authorization) and any other formalities on account of its import status (i.e. health certificates) and to the application of the import duties and internal taxes.
Our customers can have their goods cleared through custom directly at their own warehouses.

  • Invoice;
  • Packing list;
  • Bill of lading;
  • Specific authorization or licenses if required;
  • Additional documents (if required) according to the type transport and the country of origin of the goods.
  1. Transit: including both internal and external transit;
  2. Storage: including customs warehousing and free zones;
  3. Processing: both inward and outward processing;
  4. Specific use: consisting in temporary admission or end-use
  1. Internal transit is a procedure allowing EU goods to be transported through those non-EU countries that have signed the transit agreement (i.e. Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Macedonia and Turkey etc.)
  2. External transit is a procedure allowing non-EU goods to circulate within the Union territory before they have completed their customs formalities.
  3. Customs warehousing consists of a duty and tax suspension for stored goods. Custom warehousing can be both public and private. Private customs warehousing must be authorized by the territorial customs authorities at the request of the parties. Goods stored under this procedure might be temporarily removed from the customs warehouses with the permission of the competent customs authorities.
  4. Free zones are territories where goods can be introduced free of duties and other charges. EU States may designate part of their custom territory as a free zone. For each free zone the member states establish the designed area as well as their access and exit points subjected to custom vigilance.
  5. Inward processing allows EU businesses to process, fix or perfect their goods, free of import duties, VAT and commercial policy measures. At the end of the processing, the final goods can be either re-exported to Third Countries or imported.
  6. Outward processing grants permission to EU business to process, fix or perfect their goods in Third Countries, thus allowing them to benefit from lower costs of labor or the use of superior technologies. Finished products might be re-imported into EU against payment of import duties and VAT on the highest value obtained during the processing.
  7. Temporary admission provides that non-Union goods intended for re-export may enter the customs territory of the Union, with total or partial relief from import duties, and without being subject to other charges like internal taxes and commercial policy measures. This procedure may only be used provided that the goods will not undergo any change.
  8. End-use allows the release for free circulation of goods under a duty exemption or at a reduced rate of duty on account of their specific use.

Some of the special procedures such as storage, processing and end-use require an authorization from the customs authorities. Moreover, the holder of the procedure must be EU based and provide a guarantee.

The EORI (Economic Operator Registration Identification) is a number preceded by the ISO code of each country used to identify economic operators interrelating with custom authorities. The EORI code in Italy consists of the IT code followed by the business VAT number and it is registered by the Custom Agency.

Before carrying out any customs operations, the economic operator shall submit a request for an EORI code to any Custom Agency office in the national territory. The code is available in Italian and in English.
An identification must be produced with the request:
Individuals must produce a valid passport or ID card;
Businesses or other legal entities must produce: the original certificate of registration in the Business Register or Chamber of Commerce issued by the competent authorities not more than six months earlier in addition to a valid passport or ID card of the individual submitting the request.
If the request is submitted by a delegate on behalf of the operator or of their legal representative a power of attorney act and an instrument of delegation, along with the delegator’s ID, must be produced.

It is an authorization that allows the exporter to provide proofs of the preferential origin directly on the invoice of the exported goods. It is issued by the territorially competent customs office.

AEO (Authorized Economic Operator) is a status that certifies the reliability of an operator towards customs authorities and other economic operators in the same logistics chain. To obtain the AEO authorization the operator must complete the application form and a self-assessment questionnaire. The AEO status is issued to any EU-based business that operates in the field of customs operations. An AEO status holder could benefit from a number of direct and indirect advantages such as: easier communication with the authorities, faster shipping, faster access to customs simplifications and authorizations, the possibility to request customs controls held at a specific location, improved security of the supply chain, use of the AEO logo, mutual recognition agreements with Third Countries, etc.

What make us special?

At CAD FR we have a long-term knowledge of customs regulation.


Contact Us

Ferentino Field Office
  • Via Consortile Asi, 7, 03013 Ferentino

  • +39 0775-392155

Latina Scalo Field Office
Latina Head Office
  • Via degli Eroi del Lavoro, 5, 04100 Latina

  • +39 0775-392155