In 2014, our client (the largest Finnish supplier of cleaning supplies) and the official representative of the Russian Tests and Certification Center “ROSTEST-MOSCOW” in Saint-Petersburg (“BALT-TEST” LLC), entered into a contract to obtain certification for disinfectants. Our client planned to import said disinfectants to the territory of the Customs Union. “BALT-TEST” issued a Declarations of…

“Aspectum.” client, a Lithuanian company specializing in international logistics services, filed an application to declare the goods for customs clearance under code TN VED EAS 1901909900 (instant milk beverage Regilait and Regilait Topping 2 and Regilait Topping 4 in the amount of 15.5 tons. Country of origin – France, member of the European Union) at…

Aspectum successfully appealed a claim in the Arbitration Court for the St.-Petersburg and Leningrad region to challenge the decision of the Baltic Customs (Turukhtanny Customs Post) on the adjustment of the goods customs value (КТС) (case A56-71254/2016). According to the June 22, 2016 decision of the Customs Authority, the customs value (ТС) of the goods…

Aspectum successfully appealed a negligence claim against the Baltic Customs to refund excessive customs duties to the client. Recognition of the excessive customs duty was a result of another successful case where arguments led by Aspectum were heard in the Arbitration Court on a claim against an unlawful decision issued by the local Customs authorities…

Aspectum represented a client in a trial with St. Petersburg Customs in regards to customs fees recovery older than three years since the goods were carried through the border. Aspectum argued that customs fees older than three years are not recoverable due to current laws on statute of limitation laws and any demand from custom…

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