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Journal: Zbornik Veleučilišta u Rijeci - Journal of the Polytechnic of Rijeka (Vol.5, No. 1)

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Page : 125-144

Keywords : NCTS; conventions; transit procedure;

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International road transport encompasses the transport of goods between a minimum of two countries and, in addition to transport, it includes all accompanying communications and operations (such as loading, reloading, unloading, storing, packaging, etc.) necessary to carry out transport operations in due time. With the aim of making the flow of international road transport as simple as possible in and out of the European Union, bilateral and multilateral agreements and various conventions have been followed. However, market globalization and modern logistics, which demands transparency of the entire process of cargo transport, have led to the need for automation and informatization procedures necessary for cargo transit to be of the highest quality and to have the lowest level of expenses. The New Computerized Transit System (NCTS) represents an electronic system of data exchange that replaces the paper version of transit customs declaration in the area of the European Union, but also in exchange with third countries. The use of the system enables managing customs procedures at customs offices, insurances and a payment system, fast noticing and reacting to possible mistakes and increasing security in the exchange of information. With the aim of adjusting with European legislation, the national transit application has been devised in the Republic of Croatia, which supports all functionalities of the NCTS system, and since August, 2011 it has enabled the implementation of uninterrupted procedures of cargo transit under customs monitoring in the Republic of Croatia.

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