With over 25 years+ combined customs knowledge, we can help your business with the current customs requirements you need to and from the UK.
Post Brexit we understand more than anyone how important it is to ensure your goods are moving as quickly as possible without delay.
We can look at your current shipment movements and see where changes can be made in order to better your business with the peace of mind you are paying the correct Import Duties and moving goods under the correct customs procedure code’s as you may be entitled to Inward Process Relief. Just ask us about our Customs Advice Service Team.
We offer full customs brokerage Services in and out of all the main UK Airports and Sea Ports.
- FCL/LCL Seafreight Imports/Exports
- Air Freight Imports/Exports
- Road Freight Groupage Import Entries Ro/Ro and Dedicated Loads NCTS (T1 MRN)
- Rail Freight Import Entries
- SAD (Single Administrative Document)
- SFD (Simplified Frontier Declaration)
- C21 (Customs Clearance Request)
Ask us about PVA (Postponed VAT Accounting) for your business.
What documents/information is required post Brexit when trading with European countries?
The documents and information listed below are now required before any goods can be collected and transported to Europe.
- T1 Document
- Only required when traveling across multiple borders/countries. This is not required if you are shipping from the UK to France or The Netherlands as the transport only crosses one border.
- Commercial Invoice
- This is required containing the below information in order for customs to be processed efficiently.
- EORI No.
- Both the shipper and consignee’s EORI numbers need to be shown on the commercial invoice.
- HS Code
- This is the HS/Commodity code that relates to the goods you are shipping. If you are unsure what this is, please as us for assistance in finding the correct code for your goods.
- Inco Terms
- The Inco terms must be stated clearly on the commercial invoice.
- Origin of Goods
- The origin of the goods must be shown on the commercial invoice. If the goods originated in the UK and are being exported to European countries, there may be duties to pay.