Shipping to Ireland post BREXIT

Shipping to Ireland post BREXIT

Following our departure from the EU the requirements on exporting to Europe have become considerably more complicated. The following documentation is what is now required if you are EXPORTING TO IRELAND;

Commercial Invoices

Incomplete data on these is a common cause of delays. Below is a list of compulsory information required on a customs complaint commercial invoice which should be printed on your headed paper for each shipment:-

> Invoice number
> Invoice date
> Gross and nett weight
> Seller & Receiver full contact information, i.e. name, address, phone number. The carriers will make contact with the receivers to confirm the import clearance has been made and any applicable duties and taxes have been paid. If we cannot make contact then the goods cannot be released for delivery, further delaying the service to your customer.
> 10 digit Commodity Codes(s) for each product
> EORI numbers for you AND the receiver of the goods (this will be an XI EORI if sending to Northern Ireland & EU EORI if sending to Europe
> Country of Origin(s) for products
> Currency of the invoice should be shown
> Customs Procedure Code – The only people who can advise you on the correct CPC codes for your products are HMRC who can be contacted on 0300 200 3700
> Incoterms
> Accurate product description(s)
> Values should be shown for each commodity code and also the total value

Packing list

> Seller & Receiver full contact information, i.e. name, address, phone number.
> Accurate product description(s)
> Quantity of goods
> Gross weight of packed goods
> Dimensions of packed goods
> EORI numbers for you AND the receiver of the goods (this will be an XI EORI if sending to Northern Ireland & EU EORI if sending to Europe

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