We are a Licensed Customs Clearance & Brokerage company. We have great working relationships within Customs to ensure our customers goods are cleared smoothly and in the shortest time possible.

Why Work With Us

Why Work With Us

We are active members of the 5-Star Logistics Network as well as the International Freight & Warehousing Association (KIFWA) which is the Umbrella body formed by Customs Brokers in Kenya to address accountability, transparency, and efficiency in the industry. Through KIFWA, our status is safeguarded from unscrupulous dealers purporting to be players in the sector.

Our staff draws upon years of experience and expertise to help you manage the complexities of international trade and regulatory compliance. With our assistance, you can now cross borders seamlessly by utilizing our customs clearance services and solutions, import and export security filings and compliance management expertise.

As licensed Customs Brokers, we are able recognized by the below Agencies in Kenya:

  • KRA (Customs) – Kenya Revenue Authority
  • Shipping Lines  – All shipping lines
  • Airlines – All Airlines
  • KPA – Kenya Ports Authority
  • CFS – Container Freight Stations (all 17 of them)
  • KEBS – Kenya Bureau of Standards
  • KEPHIS – Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service
  • The Kenya Police
  • Airport Ground Handlers

Need Our Services?

We provide solutions custom to your needs, have great turn-around-time in our processes and offer professional customer service by our industry-leading and partner network. 

Ideal for Regular Importers,Traders & Customs Agent*


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the maximum age of second hand motor vehicles allowed into the country?

Motor vehicles of over 8 years old are not allowed into Kenya as per the KS 1515:2000 quality standard by the Kenya Bureau of Standards. Kenya Customs enforces this requirement.

What items are exempt from duty upon importation?

The Fifth Schedule to the East African Community Customs Management Act 2004 lays out the Exemptions Regime;
Part A – Specific Exemptions ‘Privileged Persons and Institutions’
Part B – General Exemptions ‘Exempt Goods’

Are donations or gifts liable to duty?

All donations, gifts, presents, charity goods are NOT Tax Exempt. Duty is payable unless such goods do not attract duty in the first place.
However, items which are exempted from duties are laid out in the Fifth Schedule of East Africa Community Customs Management Act.2004. In case you wish to import/ship donation goods into Kenya, contact us and we shall gladly guide you on the method of seeking Tax Exemption from the relevant Authorities.