If your business moves goods into GB, NI or the ROI, we will guide you step by step through the process, advising of any changes due to Brexit and the implementation of the NI Protocol.
If your business moves goods out of GB, NI or the ROI, we will guide you step by step through the process, advising of any changes due to Brexit and the implementation of the NI Protocol.
A Safety and Security Declaration (SSD) is required by border authorities to analyse the potential risk caused to their territory by goods crossing their border.
An Entry Summary Declaration must be submitted in advance for goods imported into the customs territory of the EU directly from countries outside the Union.
Goods moving into and out of the UK will be subject to new customs controls because the UK has left the EU Customs Union. Clarksons will complete all the entry requirements for the Goods Vehicle Movement Service, providing the required GMR number.
Clarksons will take care of all TSS declarations on your behalf.
We are an AEO approved customs brokerage. Our fully trained agents are continually updated on the changes of worldwide rules and regulations.
Our agents will ensure your shipment is completed according to current law.
By using Clarksons, you will remove the risk of underpaying duty and VAT which could lead to potential fines and additional charges at a later stage.
You will have a dedicated customs agent looking after your clearances.
Where applicable, Customs Duty and VAT can be paid directly on import by using Clarksons’ Duty Deferment Account.
Your goods will not be released by customs until all Duty and VAT is paid and accurate documentation submitted. By using Clarksons, we will avoid or reduce delays keeping your business moving.
Here at Clarksons, as a Customs Broker Agency AEO certified by HMRC, we will provide an excellent service of direct representation in helping you to complete your customs declarations, making sure your paperwork is correct, avoiding delays, additional costs and most importantly, keeping your business moving.
The UK officially left the EU on the 31st January 2020, with the transition period ending on the 31st December 2020. New rules have now been implemented from the 1st January 2021 on the import and export of goods to and from the EU.
Customs issues can be complicated and by taking the governments advice in appointing a customs broker, here at Clarksons, our professional team will make sure your goods are cleared in a timely manner, avoiding delays and extra costs, with no disruption to your business.
It is important to note the customs rules in relation to Northern Ireland will be different to that in Great Britain, and our team will provide step by step guidance on how to proceed.
Whether you are a large multi-national company, a small business or an individual, a customs declaration is required for all goods imported into the UK customs territory across international borders. This declaration will list the detail of all the goods being imported in the shipment.
The customs declaration, or Single Administrative Document (SAD) is the document that provides proof of an import or export, and is essential for the traceability of movements.
Each SAD is approved by the customs department and is the only valid document proving an import or export operation.
Applicable tariffs in the UK are paid to HMRC and usually paid by the Importer of those goods before they can be released. Payment can be made via your customs agent to HMRC to speed up the process.
Before you can proceed in appointing your customs clearance broker, you will need to obtain the following detail:
We can guide you through the process of obtaining this information.
Before we can process your customs clearance application, you will need to provide us with the following:
You will also need a transit EHC to transit through an EU country. Find out more
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Customs Clearance Manager