New Alegrant Customs consulting services in Ghana

Customs consultancy in Ghana

New Alegrant Customs consultancy in Ghana

The multi-Award winning international network of experts in Customs laws now offers advisory services in Ghana. 

From today, Alegrant local expert stands ready to help importers and exporters in Ghana. Clients can get help in meeting their obligations under Ghana’s customs legislation, anticipating border requirements and identifying duty reduction mechanisms.

With direct access to local experts, global traders build their global compliance team of customs law experts in over 25 countries. They complement their internal compliance capabilities with Alegrant experts to help them control and secure their international transactions. 

Customs and trade regulations have a direct impact on business operations. Badly handled they result in chaotic logistics, late deliveries, high costs, penalties risk and unhappy customers. When under control, Customs compliant processes deliver smooth logistics, on-time deliveries, cost reductions, and duty savings. But above all, it provides the peace of mind that traders are meeting their obligations, controlling costs and protecting investors’ money. 

Alegrant advises clients from middle-sized companies to Fortune 500 corporations coming from multiple countries and all industry sectors. They can now rely on our proven ability to deliver support in Ghana.

“The increasing complexity of customs legislations coupled with local interpretations of international agreements and country-specific implementations create a serious risk for global traders. Having access to leading experts is invaluable to our clients, we are therefore absolutely delighted that more experts are joining Alegrant” said Catherine Truel, CEO of Alegrant. 

for help with your transactions in Ghana, contact or explore our Global Services.

Alegrant Leading Customs Experts in 25 countries… 

Italy, Gabon, Canada, Mexico, Philippines , Nigeria, Ghana, USA, Brazil , China, Congo, Lithuania, India , Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Equatorial Guinea, Netherland, UK, Belgium, Switzerland, Cameroon, France, Portugal, Singapore, Spain

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