The Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road, also known as the CMR, governs the carriage of all types of goods by truck.
Name and codes of border crossing points for leaving the EU. Used by the consignor to complete the export declaration, TIR, EPI.
We would like to inform you that on 18th of April, 2017 in Poland the system of monitoring of road transport of goods came into force. The law is applied to the carriage of excisable goods (according to definition of Poland). The penalties became applicable from 1st of May.
The law applies to the transportation of excisable goods in Poland (domestic distribution) as well as for international distribution (export/import to/from Poland). Also for all other goods which during transportation crossing Polish territory.
The control system is applied for good below:
- liquid fules: vechile fuel, fuel oil, diesel, lubricant oil;
- grease, solvents, thinners, octane-reducing agents;
- toxic waste;
- pure ethyl alcohol;
- dry tobacco and other goods
Other goods covered by the control system can be found here (Polish language).
We want to pay your attention, that it is not the final list. It can be modified by the decision of Polish Ministry, so we encourage you also to check the information.
For this reason, you will need to specify are your goods depend to the list mentioned above. If your goods get into the list above, please provide us SENT and KEY numbers, which you can get in electronic tax and custom services platform PUESC.
Responsibility for giving that information depends on transport order owner (customer), as well as on sender or consignee.
CMR – document, which proves the transfer of the goods (by weight, volume, package and other features) for transportation by road. CMR is used for international transportation, so for national routes is used simply waybill. CMR waybill is completed by Sender and Carrier when cargo is loading, because of that we recommend to pay attention to these entries, which cargo Sender should complete:
- the name and address of the Sender;
- the place and date of Cargo Designation / Unloading;
- the name and address of the Consignee;
- types of cargo, marking, the method of packing, dangerous class and number if is transported the dangerous cargo;
- total number places of cargo, it’s features of arrangement and numbers;
- the gross weight of cargo or another quantity of cargo;
- the instructions for Customs formalities and for other necessary processes;
- order, if cargo transhipment is prohibit;
- Sender bears all fees;
- redemption fee, which is returned after delivered cargo;
- the declared value of the goods and it’s additional value for Sender;
- Sender instructions of cargo insurance for carrier;
- deadline for executing a transportation contract;
- list of documents for carrier.
If cargo was damaged while transportation (including delay of cargo) then these entries would did not reflect reality and carrier would be released from responsibility.
The Combined Nomenclature was established in accordance with Council Regulation (EEC) Nr. 2658/87 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and on the Common Customs Tariff. It shall be updated annually and published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
The Combined Nomenclature is used to calculate the amount of import / export duties and taxes and to compile the data on goods used in Community trade statistics.
Modeling of transit guarantee calculation.