Fortollinger for eksport og import til og fra Storbritannia er nå et obligatorisk krav for alle land.
I det følgende dokumentet vil vi lede deg gjennom all informasjonen du trenger å gi. Denne informasjonen er avgjørende for å sikre at forsendelsene dine ikke blir forsinket eller satt i kø.
De viktigste dokumentene som gjør at vi kan behandle tollerklæringen din, er vår obligatorisk kundeinformasjon (Mandatory Customer Information = MCI) skjema, din kommersielle faktura (Commercial Invoice = CI) og medfølgende pakkeliste (Packing List = PL) (hvis tilgjengelig).
Følgende elementer er obligatoriske og må oppgis enten per dokument eller per artikkellinje som beskrevet.
1 The number, type of packaging and weight of the consignment in the booking must match with data in CI or PL.
2 Customs processes with CH, TR, RU require net weight per article line.
3 If the same HS code (Harmonised System code) applies to all articles, a corresponding statement with indication of the HS code on the Commercial Invoice (CI) is sufficient.
4 If all articles are from the same Country of Origin, a corresponding statement with indication of the Country of Origin on the CI is sufficient. Please check comment box below for additional Country of Origin information.
I tillegg trenger vi følgende informasjon på obligatorisk kundeinformasjon (MCI):
5 Importer = Sold-to-party
6 If not VAT registered (e.g. private importer) please advise on the MCI form. EORI number is mandatory for all EU countries and GB, for all other countries equivalent information is required.
“Rules of origin determine where goods originate, i.e. not where they have been shipped from, but where they have been produced or manufactured. As such, the ‘origin’ is the 'economic nationality' of goods traded in commerce.” Duty rates, trade sanctions and import quotas are regulated according to Country of Origin. Because of the revenue and admissibility issues involved, customs authorities are vigilant about verifying accurate country of origin.
For the field Country of Origin = Country of Manufacturing e.g. ‘France’ or ‘FR’ are valid entries. Please be aware that “made in” FR or “Origin EU” are no valid entries and are therefore not accepted. If there are different CoO per article line, then the CoO must be indicated per article line. There needs to be a explicit area on the commercial documents clearly stating “Country of Origin” in the required format.
“For customs matters, there is a distinction between two types of origins, notably non-preferential origin and preferential origin. [..] Preferential rules of origin determine whether goods qualify as originating from certain countries, for which special arrangements and agreements apply. Where all the requirements are met, goods with preferential origin are eligible to be imported with lower duty rates or at zero rate, depending on the preferential tariff treatment provided for.”
A statement on Preferential Origin allows for claiming a preferential rate of duty on the arrival abroad. The entry ‘EU’ is valid here, because duty calculation is based on the agreement between EU and UK, not a specific country in the EU.
Statements on Preferential Origin do NOT cover the “Country of Origin” requirement and cannot implicitly be used for declaration of the Country of Origin. A preferential statement on origin is an additional item on top of the mandatory explicit declaration of the ‘Country of Origin’.
Fra juni 2021 - denne informasjonen er gitt uten ansvar.