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National Customs Service (Chile)

Servicio Nacional de Aduanas (Chile)

Last modified: 2020-04-08 by randy young
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[National Customs Service flag]
image by Randy Young, 5 April 2020

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Flag description

Photos of the National Customs Service flag can be seen online at, flying over the Customs building in Valparaiso, and at, displayed behind the director. The flag features the Service's seal in dark blue and white centered on a dark blue field. The seal takes the form of a dark blue shield, fimbriated white, bearing a white star inside a white ring, with the word "ADUANAS" above and "CHILE" below in white capital letters.
Randy Young, 5 April 2020

About the organization

Chile's National Customs Service (Servicio Nacional de Aduanas, SNA) is an agency of the Chilean government, charged with responsibility for "facilitating and streamlining import and export operations," as well as "determining the rights and taxes related to them and verifying that goods that may be considered dangerous do not enter our country," according to the Service's website. The SNA has more than 2,000 officers at 90 points of entry conducting customs enforcement. The National Customs Service came into being as a result of Law No. 329 on 20 June 1979 under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Finance.
Randy Young, 5 April 2020