Future-proof your imports with a CBAM-expert

Stay compliant with European customs regulations

Companies that import goods into the EU have a reporting obligation on the direct and indirect CO2 emissions that occur in the production of goods (since October 2023).

The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) and related reporting obligation apply to specific goods categories. Reach out to our experienced European customs experts so they can advice you on the impact for your business, help you navigate these complicated changes and meet compliance requirements.   

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The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) is an instrument set-up to apply the same carbon costs to imported goods as would be incurred by installations operating in the European Union (EU)

Four reasons why you should prepare for CBAM now

Don't wait and risk non-compliance of your supply chain
  1. Importers are yet obligated to report on a quarterly basis their CBAM-related products and emissions (CBAM transition period: October 2023 to 2025).
  2. Importers will be obligated to purchase CBAM-certificates. These will be sold by Member States through a common central platform to authorized CBAM declarants (CBAM in effect: from January 2026)
  3. CBAM certificates can only be purchased through CBAM-authorised declarants; having a Customs and CBAM partner will save you valuable time and hassle in getting the right CBAM-authorisation.
  4. CBAM is part of EU's Green Deal and the ambition to become the first climate-neutral continent by 2050. To realise structural reductions, regulations such as CBAM are here to stay. Not taking action results in non-compliance.   

Which products fall under the CBAM-reporting requirements?

Fertilisers, Cement, Iron and steel, Aluminum, Electricity, Hydrogen

How to prepare for CBAM

The EU is moving towards a more granular system to track carbon emissions and carbon intensity of imported goods. In the current transitional phase of CBAM (2023-2025) the EU obligates importers to report on additional data so they can establish the estimated direct and indirect emissions.  

Thus, importers have an additional reporting obligation. On a quarterly basis reports need to be prepared and submitted in a standardised format. Examples of information that needs to be submitted are quantity and type of goods, country of origin, installation where goods were produced, production routes used etc. 

After establishing a reliable tracking mechanism, importers will be obligated to purchase CBAM certificates in 2026. CBAM regulation assigns a carbon price to imported goods which is equivalent to the carbon price of domestic production in the EU. In this way imported goods are not undermining the EU's climate objectives.  

At Customs Support we are specialised in helping our clients meet CBAM-regulation. This means we help in preparing CBAM reports and submit the reports to the relevant institutions. Because of our digital connections, we are able to handle large data quantities effectively. This will save you valuable time, capacity and the hassle of doing it yourself. Furthermore, letting an expert submit the reports for you minimises the risk of non-compliance with EU regulation. Because of our CBAM specialisation, we provide guidance and updates on the latest developments.

We are happy to discuss how we can help your business meet CBAM-requirements. Fill in the form below so an expert can review your request and discuss your possibilities. 


How we can help you as your CBAM expert partner

From start to finish, we are here for you

Goods Classification

Reviewing your goods classification to ensure whether or not a product is subject to CBAM 


Origin documentation 

Reviewing your goods origin to confirm if your goods are subject to CBAM


CBAM Due Diligence and Reporting 

Deep dive on CBAM requirements & reporting 


Proactive guidance

Update on recent developments and requirements

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Over 30,000 businesses across Europe rely on us for accurate, efficient, and timely customs solutions.  We’ve been empowering global trade for over 20 years, helping businesses just like yours navigate every change in the customs landscape.

Working throughout the EU, we provide bespoke customs consultation that seeks to elevate your customs efficiency and save you money without risking noncompliance. Flexible and forward-thinking, our digital solutions will improve your processes and make customs easy for you.

Because of our AEO-certification and long-lasting relationships with customs authorities, you can benefit from reduced checks. Your service is not impacted by freight or politics as we are a neutral customs provider.

You can be confident in your preparation for the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism with Customs Support. Get full access to our network and digital solutions by filling in the form below.


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With our extensive customs knowledge we are confident to take on almost every customs challenge and help solve your business' unique needs.
We are here to discuss everything from your short-term operational concerns to more long-term strategic customs challenges. A selection of our services:

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Simone Creviari
Simone Creviari
Sr. CBAM consultant