How does Customs Radar identify non-compliance risks?

Customs Radar identifies potential non-compliance risks by grouping goods with similar descriptions and tariff classifications and checks whether these goods were declared consistently in regards to the duty rates and the tariff classification.

Inconsistencies could be a result of the goods not being the same (despite having the same description) and on some occasions being declared with inconsistent tariff classifications, only using a TCO for some of the imports or claiming a Free Trade Agreement on some occasions (although this may be appropriate depending on the start date of the Free Trade Agreement).

The identified inconsistencies are presented in a report that offer three different parameters to review and also provides filters for you to consider whether the information declared should be considered as a non-compliance risk.  Deloitte can assist with this review using their specialist Customs & Global Trade Team. 

Note: An error or an omission in the import declaration - resulting or not in a loss of duty- may be subject to administrative penalties.

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