Om Freight Forwarders Pvt. Ltd. - International Logistics and Freight Forwarding Company
Customs Compliance, Clearing and Forwarding Services
Services / Customs House (India Agent)
Om Freight Forwarder Pvt. Ltd. is your India agent offering complete Import and Export customs clearance services at all major air and sea ports in India.

With over four decades of operation & Handling expertise, we combine extensive customs clearing and forwarding experience with the latest in information technology. We adhere to strict customs compliance and quality policy for all our operations; thereby eliminating delays and providing reliable service to our customers worldwide.

We are hands-on with the latest in customs compliances, regulations and procedures and offer clearance of import and export consignments by sea, air and road.
Our Services in Customs Clearing Include
Guidance for preparing import and export related documents as per customs compliance
Completion of appraisement and examination procedures and payments
As Your India Agent, We Provide the Following Services
Routine shipment, Home consumption (Duty paid)
In-Bond/Ex-Bond shipment
DEPB / EPCG / DFCEC / advance license shipments
100% EOU / STPI / SEZ / TP for ships spare-parts / R&D certificate / pass book scheme
Project import clearance
Direct delivery for perishable & specific cargo
Re-import after repairs / exhibition
Third country export clearance
High seas sale shipment clearance
ATA carnet clearance
Second hand capital goods
Free-of-charges shipments
Courier clearance
Under free shipping bill
Under claim for duty drawback. (All industry rate / brand rate) of dutiable goods
Under DEPB shipping bill (duty exemption pass book)
Under EPCG (export promotion capital goods)
Co-ordination with various authorities such as inspection agencies, consulates, quota authorities insurance companies etc.
Securing export benefits on behalf of shippers
Early customs duties consisted of payments for the use of trade and transportation facilities, including ports, markets, streets, and bridges. By the 17th century they came to be levied only at the boundary of a country and usually only on imports.