Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Bentley, Bugatti, Mercedes… the places reserved for Mathez Freight in the cargo zones in the airports of France, and especially those along the French Riviera, have seen the most beautiful car models, being both imported and exported by airplane. We also oversee transport of vehicles by ship throughout the world.
Paris and the French Riviera have always been exceptional locations where the world’s wealthiest people congregate, along with their cars, the object of their passion and even their unbridled joy. Without exception, they deserve the utmost attention.
The Customs Clearance Carnet is a customs document created in 1913 to simplify customs formalities for tourists and travelers in motor vehicles, and to protect signatory countries from any "wild" importation. Even if its use has diminished, it is required in a number of countries in the Middle East, Asia, and to a lesser extent Africa.
The Customs Clearance Carnet identifies the motor vehicle or other equipment (telecommunications material, precious baggage, etc.): manufacturer, model, color, motor, serial number, owner, and value.
Travelers can obtain their Carnet from an Automobile Club in their country, usually by paying a bank deposit or a security deposit.
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The "AEO" (Authorized Economic Operator) accreditation is awarded by the Customs Administration to companies that satisfy strict customs criteria and demonstrate continuous quality, conformity, and reliability along the international logistical chain.
Working with an "AEO-Full" shipping agent means that in shipping your goods you'll benefit from the following advantages:
Mathez Freight Forwarding is among the top 30 of IATA agents in France, and since 2013 it has benefitted from AEO-Full status, including the "simplified customs" AEO certificate and the "safety-security" AEO certificate. When you work with Mathez Freight Forwarding, you can rest assured that all your customs operations throughout the EU and beyond will be handled with precision, reliability, and professionalism, according to the highest standards.