Irish Customs

Irish Customs

At Graylaw International we can help you every step of the way to ensure you have all the information needed for the new customs process to Ireland. Please follow our guide below.

1. Register for an EORI number (your customers in the EU will also need to register for an EORI number if they haven’t already).

2. Ensure your EORI is on all commercial documentation. The following information also needs to be on your documentation

– Country of origin

– Product description

– Commodity codes

– Consignment value

– Consignment weight and dimensions

– Full consignee details

 

3. Ensure you know the commodity code of your goods. Click here for help with this.

 

4. You also need to know the customs procedure code for your goods. Click here for guidance.

 

5. Agree on Incoterms with your customers. Find out more about this here.

 

6. Apply for a deferment account to delay payment of your import duties and VAT for up to 46 days. Click here for help with this.

 

7. Ensure you keep records over the last six years of all your traded goods declared to HMRC for duty and tax purposes.

 

8. For some types of goods being exported from the UK a license or certificate will be required, you can find more information about this here. To see if this applies to your business click here.

 

Don’t worry, we are here to help. We are able to make all the necessary customs declarations on your behalf and are well prepared to support you and your business throughout this transition period. We also strongly advise you regularly check the updates from the following website to ensure you are getting the most recent information.

 

UK Government Transition Guide

Website: Click here

 

UK Government Imports and Exports Helpline

Phone: 0300 322 7900

 

British Chamber of Commerce – Brexit Hub

Website: Click here

 

The European Union and the United Kingdom – forging a new partnership

Website: Click here

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