In principle, incoming cargo is unloaded in bonded areas.
The goods are then transported to a bonded warehouse in accordance with the procedures prescribed by customs law, such as bonded carriage.
After receiving the cargo, customs clearance procedures (declaration → inspection → payment of customs duties → permission) are completed and the cargo is delivered to the customer.
The export goods brought into the bonded warehouse, after the receiving procedure, become “goods to be exported” as defined in the Customs Law.
Customs clearance (declaration → inspection → approval) followed by van packing.
Departure from the ship
Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency Japan Joint Logistics Service’
Joint logistics center to support the logistics costs of Korean companies exporting to Japan
In 2009, we became the first company in Japan to sign a contract for a joint distribution center with KOTRA (Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency). We have been playing a role
The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) has set up overseas joint logistics centers in major logistics hubs around the world to reduce the burden of logistics costs on small and medium-sized exporters.
As an officially designated company in the logistics sector selected by the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), we have been operating a joint logistics center since March 1, 2009, with the aim of helping small and medium-sized companies reduce their logistics costs. (Established in Yamashita Wharf, Yokohama)
The logistics center, established jointly with the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), offers an annual government subsidy of KRW 4 million and a range of integrated services including customs clearance, transportation and packaging.
The operation of the distribution center in the Japan region is expected to help small and medium-sized exporters to Japan to reduce their logistics costs by around 30%, which will help them to increase their exports.
01Logistics support paid in cash
We have reduced logistics costs for vendors by providing monthly subsidies.
02Logistics Price Proposal
When “Tokyo-Korea Joint Distribution Center” service subscribers use this service, they can use logistics services at a lower price than when businesses use the service individually.
03Tokyo KBC (Korea Business Center) representative to coordinate operations
By having a Tokyo KBC (Korea Business Center) representative coordinate your business, you will be able to do the following.
Checking and coordinating the flow of work between participating companies and third party logistics providers to ensure reliable service delivery.
We assist in the conclusion of logistics contracts and the resolution of problems.