Delivered locally by the Chamber, this service offers traders a high level of compliance with HMRC procedures and offers a direct link for customs clearance through all sea, air and road ports and terminals in the UK.
With our extensive knowledge, reputation and first-class service in facilitating international trade, we can help you keep your time-sensitive supply chains, moving efficiently and economically.
The service is offered direct to businesses and through freight forwarders, ensuring that customs clearance is accurate, timely and avoids additional costs through delays or errors.
- A high level of compliance and assurance for customers
- Confidence on tariff and data entry to remove fiscal risk; backed by the technical expertise of the market leader in this sector
- A wealth of international trade experience and expertise from across the trusted Chamber of Commerce network
Free Trade Agreement with the EU
The origin of goods being exported to the EU will be done by self-certification via a declaration on the invoice which must include a UK EORI number. For exports from the EU to the UK, EU exporters will use the REX system. This will also be used for goods entering Northern Ireland. The origin declaration will be similar to the UK-Japan agreement
Introduction to importing and exporting using preference
List of countries that agreements have been made with, including links to the agreements. UK-EUR1’s will be used for all the treaties rolled over except for Japan and Turkey.
Claiming preferential rates of duty between the UK and EU
Temporary importing/exporting goods
Using CHIEF for declaring goods into or out of Northern Ireland
You need an EORI number to move goods in and out of the UK.
If you do not have an EORI number, please apply to HMRC here: https://www.gov.uk/eori
If you already have your EORI number, please complete the following: