If you want to trade goods between the UK and EU, you’ll need an Economic Operators Registration and Identification number (EORI number). Check which type you’ll need on gov.uk
When it comes to paying customs or excise duty and import VAT, you have options. Rather than paying duty at the border, many businesses opt to defer the duty using a deferment account. This creates a cash flow benefit as HMRC doesn’t charge the deferment holder until the 15th day of the month following the physical import. Apply for a deferment account here
When moving goods, there is essential master data that needs to be assigned to goods. This includes the commodity code and the country of origin. These metrics may impact the amount of duty you are required to pay.
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