Exports – ‘Presentation’

Hi – David here once more. Export documents raised?  What happens next… Whether you use a clearance agent or forwarder to raise export documents for you or if you get brave and try to raise your own, once the documents are raised further steps are required. The goods must be ‘presented’ to customs by notifying HMR&C that they have arrived …

Exports – Supporting Documents

Hi – David here with more on exports, Cripes. This one is simple – something customs related that is easy! Your exports will need supporting documentation.  All they have managed to say is: The relevant documents must accompany the goods to the port of exit. In practice, this means the commercial invoice and if needed, the export licence . Of …

Useful Information

Help and support is on hand from the UK government in the event that we leave the EU with no deal on 29 March 2019. The government has produced some very informative videos guiding you through the key steps for importing goods, exporting goods and changes at the UK border. Take a look…

Exports – The National Export System – ‘NES’

Hi – David here, The government has released advice on what you will need to do to satisfy export customs clearance requirements. One step of this advice is somewhat optimistically titled ‘register for the National Export System’.  The NES is the computer system used to raise export declarations to HM Revenue and Customs.  You may, of course, raise your own …

Exports – Record keeping

Hi – David here, A number of the things you will need to understand for export Customs declarations mirror some of the requirements for imports.  These were already published in earlier blogs, but are repeated now for your ease of reference.  There are four of these topics which work similarly, be it import or export: EORI registration Classification – ‘commodity …

Exports – Customs Procedure Codes [CPCs]

Hi – David here once more. A number of the things you will need to understand for export Customs declarations mirror some of the requirements for imports.  These were already published in earlier blogs, but are repeated now for your ease of reference.  There are four of these topics which work similarly, be it import or export: EORI registration Classification …

Exports – Classification – ‘commodity codes’

Hi – it’s David again. A number of the things you will need to understand for export Customs declarations mirror some of the requirements for imports.  These were already published in earlier blogs, but are repeated now for your ease of reference.  There are four of these topics which work similarly, be it import or export: EORI registration Classification – …

Customs Import Declarations

Hello all, Following on from David’s latest blogs recommending that you speak with a Customs Specialist Broker / Freight Forwarding agent to complete your declarations. Obviously, HMRC have advised that it would be possible, in some circumstances for traders to complete their own but this could get quite involved and there are certain risks involved too for making false/incorrect declarations. …

Exports – registering for an EORI number

Hi – it’s David again. A number of the things you will need to understand for export Customs declarations mirror some of the requirements for imports.  These were already published in earlier blogs, but are repeated now for your ease of reference.  There are four of these topics which work similarly, be it import or export: EORI registration Classification – …

Export Licences

David here again and moving on to some export related items, now. Some goods intended for export may need official written governmental permission to export.  The required document is called an ‘Export Licence’.  These come in many types as various government departments control such matters, depending on the type of goods in question.  There is a wide range of goods …