Logistic Costs of Privileged Procedures in the Republic of Croatia
Keywords: logistics, logistic operator, costs, privileged procedures, customs representation, Republic of Croatia
AbstractLogistic processes condition more and more the rationalizationof time required for manipulation of goods (loading,unloading, storage). The customs representation costs that arethe result of loss of time due to the customs procedures exclusivelyduring the working hours of the customs office affect alsothe total logistic costs, and may be significantly reduced by applyingthe privileged procedures in import and export.
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How to Cite
Ivaković Č, Durbek S, Orlić Babić A. Logistic Costs of Privileged Procedures in the Republic of Croatia. Promet [Internet]. 1 [cited 2023May28];18(4):251-60. Available from: https://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/694
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