There are indeed many sources of foreign
trade information but the content is often not as current nor reliable as
required. Furthermore, many important specific questions can not be adequately
answered by general information only.
In addition to our vast experience in
publishing foreign trade information, we have been carrying out tailored
researches for our clients for over a decade in the area of foreign trade, with
an emphasis on tariff and non-tariff measures of third countries.
This research is also possible for countries which are
currently not contained in the modules of MendelOnline.
We currently have a data pool with
information on import formalities and customs tariffs for more than 180
countries. For special issues, we directly contact our network in the third
countries or get in touch with our contacts in the concerned authorities so
that specific questions can be researched and resolved on the spot.
To establish measures imposed by third
countries, we use customer information which may have product codes from
different nomenclatures in their different versions, as may be contained, e.g.,
in parts lists.
The results will be prepared according
your wishes, e.g. as clear dossiers or as interface-compatible data
formats ready for download to your IT system – just as you
Contact us with your
questions under email@example.com
and we shall promptly make you an
offer for the provision of the desired information.
||Current regular and preferential duty rates for products of
different countries of origin at worldwide export
||Required import formalities for imports through a subsidiary
in North Africa
||Development of preferential and regular rates of duty in a
multitude of destination countries over several years for goods originating in
||Editing of the product-related list rules for preferential
arrangements applied by the EU in a machine-readable format
||Customs tariffs, additional duties as well as import
formalities at the introduction of goods into India
||Preferential rates of duty for products originating in third
countries and being imported into a region with different, overlapping free
||Establishing the differences between regular and preferential
customs duties in different years and countries, e.g. in the framework of
verification of certificates of preferential origin by customs authorities
||Differences between duties, preferential rates and import
taxes and charges for imports to the Western Balkans
||Customs tariffs and import taxes and charges for the
importation of products of different origin to South America
||Applied tariffs, internal taxes and formalities for the
importation of used goods into different third countries