ANS Cargo in Turkey would like to update you regarding the Advanced Manifest System for Turkish custom.
DETAILS AND PERIODS FOR ENS:
A) FOR SEAWAY SHIPMENTS
a) Blacksea and Mediterranean Sea are under “SHORT SEA” scope and declaration is to be given (2) two hours before arrival of first Turkish port of the vessel.
b) For the ports outside the “SHORT SEA” scope; summary declaration is to be given at least (24) twenty four hours ago from loading to vessels.
c) For freights such as bulk and package, at least (4) four hours ago from first arrival port of Turkey Customs Region,
B) FOR AIRWAY SHIPMENTS;
a) For short flights (less than 4 hours flight time) ENS have to be submitted latest before the aircraft take off.
b) For long distance flights (more than 4 hours flight time) ENS have to be submitted at least 4 hours before the aircraft landed to first Turkish airport.
C) FOR RAILWAY SHIPMENTS;
At least 2 hours before the arriving to the first custom point of Turkey.
D) FOR SHIPMENTS BY TRUCK;
At least one hour before arriving to the first custom point of Turkey
The correction of declaration sent electronically:
Generally, details regarding loadings can be adjusted. However; it is subject to some provisions and requires a new risk analysis. Naturally, for this situation, the party requiring the arrangement has to be responsible for detention, inspection, delay and related charges of shipment.
In case of non-compliance , the consequences include disruption and delays of cargo
flows and supply chains, monetary fines and possible other penalties imposed on carriers and
other parties responsible for the submission of cargo declarations.
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