Customs Entry Automation

One of the biggest challenges faced by global logistics companies, supply chain providers, and merchants today is being the most cost-effective and time-saving service providers in the industry as creating customs entry protocols and procedures for both imports and exports can be complicated and time-consuming.


Since customs clearance processes need lengthy preparation and submission of documentation, a lack of automation continues to be a difficulty for any organization that deals with it.


The Customs Entry form contains information such as:

  • Country of origin
  • Description of the goods
  • Cost, insurance, and freight (CIF) value of the goods
  • Customs classification number
  • The approximate number of duties you expect to pay on the goods

    Manually entering the necessary data can be a daunting and painstaking process. PaperEntry is here to take up the job so that your data entry process is accurate and efficient.



    PaperEntry is AI-powered and ensures that your data flows smoothly and automatically through the process so that the productivity and the functionality of your company are guarded. PaperEntry provides a solution for Customs Entry Automation that enables organizations to clear customs quickly, cost-effectively, and efficiently.

    Document Forwarding


    Our OCR software solution enters data 99.9% accurately and efficiently all while reducing costs.

    Data Extraction


    PaperEntry’s AI-based OCR software extracts all of your structured information directly from your documents.

    Human Validation


    PaperEntry has a dedicated team of AI validation experts to verify all data is accurate before entering into the TMS.

    ERP Integration


    Once processed, your information can be directly loaded into your ERP system hassle-freely.



  • Reports made on time and accurate
  • Swift and smooth item clearance as handling reaction time is decreased causing a reduction in docking rentals
  • Reduce extra expenses like fines and penalties caused by mishandled cargo due to manual data entry
  • Compliance with country or state document retention policies
  • Allocation of human resources to more revenue-generating tasks.