Goods received and inbound are two terms that are often used together. At Dimass, goods received implies the receipt and inspection of goods before they are registered and stored in our warehouse. To us, inbound logistics involves more. Much more. To sum it up, you have products somewhere on the planet to be collected and shipped to our warehouse on your behalf. This is where we take charge of the entire logistical process. We plan and coordinate the necessary overland, sea and air shipment. When goods are imported from outside the EU, we arrange customs-, duty- and/or other import clearances on your behalf. And, of course, we also handle all other directly associated administrative matters.