Transfluvia | Customs - Logistics - Transport

COVID-19 coronavirus message

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Dear customers,

the coronavirus crisis has highlighted the challenge of protecting the health of the population without causing obstacles and disruptions to the supply of goods.

Guidelines for border management measures to protect health and ensure the availability of goods and essential services have been published in this context.

The bottom line is that control measures should not undermine the continuity of economic activity and hinder the functioning of supply chains. Free transport of goods is crucial for the uninterrupted availability of essential goods in particular.

We therefore try to assist you in these times as as good as possible..

Some of our colleagues will do this from home. A practical consequence of this is that the processing may take a little longer than usual. We hope that you can understand this.

Please contact us electronically as much as possible (customs.rq@transfluvia.be).

Be careful and stay safe!

Team Transfluvia

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What do we do?

On whom exports and imports goods, or trades in excise products, lays the obligation to declare them to customs. One is confronted with all the operations which must be carried out in order to comply with, inter alia, customs legislation.

As a customs service provider it's a true pleasure to assist and, where appropriate, in our capacity as authorized customs broker, represent you while fulfilling those formalities. With our in-house developed software-as-a-service solutions, we are committed to automation and digitization.

Changes in the legal framework of the international flow of goods are today more than ever changing in a tearing rush. Transfluvia is following these changes day by day, and sees it as her task to help you through this tangle of customs, VAT and excise procedures.


For all your questions you can always contact us, without any obligation.

More about us

Our firm was founded in 1825 by Mrs. widow Biard and had as purpose the pulling of sloops by horses on canals and rivers.

With the foundation of Belgium in 1830 we received the registration number 0012 of the border forwarding agents. Today, Tranfluvia is still operating under this number.

The customs authorities consider Transfluvia as a reliable partner and have therefore rewarded Transfluvia by giving them the status of Authorized Economic Operator (AEO).