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Santana Freight and Logistics International Ltd.

Delivering the Best Global
Logistics Solutions.

SANTANA Freight sea and air, was created to give 24 hours SUPPORT Customer informing all steps from the roe of the container, transportation to the Port Terminal of origin, shipping container, the ship’s arrival at the destination port, unloading container , releasing the container and its delivery in the customer’s door.

SANTANA sea and air freight, always operate with the demand and freight rates more competitive market, helping the client to develop excellent business with higher profit margin possible.

Our Service Delivery is Transparent STAFF and our client is available 24 hours a day, and is always happy to answer any questions and solve any doubt exists.

– Shipping and air transport
– Customs Clearance
– Logistics Projects
– Distribution «Door to Door»
– Freight Forwarders
– Heavy Lift – Breakbulk & Uncontainerised
– Whrehouse & Storage, Export Packing & Cargo Handling


Santana Freight and Logistics International Ltd.


The export can be defined as the removal of the goods from the customs territory. It is, therefore, the output of a well in Brazil, which may occur due to an international agreement of sale.

The company that exports acquires advantages over domestic competitors because diversifies markets, makes better use of its installed capacity, improves the quality of the product sold, incorporates technology, increases profitability and reduces operational costs. The export activity presupposes a good professional attitude, knowledge of rules and versatility. For export, the company must seek with the IRS your license to operate in foreign trade.

Payments related to Brazilian exports of goods abroad.

The payment currency in exports, except a few exceptions, is a free choice of dealers. It can be in local currency and foreign currency.


The import entry is followed by internalization of foreign goods into the customs territory. In legal terms, the goods imported is only considered after its internalization in the country, through the stage of customs clearance and payment of taxes required by law. The import process can be divided into three phases: administrative, fiscal and exchange.

The administrative phase refers to the procedures and requirements of government agencies prior to the consummation of the import and vary according to the type of operation and commodity: it is the licensing of imports. The tax phase comprises the customs treatment, through the import clearance, which is the procedure by which it verified the accuracy of the data declared by the importer in relation to imported goods, the documents submitted and the specific legislation, with a view to its clearance customs. This step occurs in enclosures themselves, soon after the arrival of the goods in Brazil, and includes the taxes due on importation. Upon completion of customs clearance, the goods are considered imported and can be released to the market.

Since the phase exchange with respect to the purchase of foreign currency aimed at effecting the payment of imports (when such payment) being processed by financial entity authorized by the Central Bank of Brazil to operate in exchange …