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Custom clearance documentation

– importer or exporter has a special responsibility for accurate documentation

Custom clearance documentation

– importer or exporter has a special responsibility for accurate documentation

Note that as an importer or exporter you have a particular responsibility to submit accurate documentation, and assist with the correct information about the consignment, for example documentation of origin.


Inadequate documentation can:
  • Delay the consignment
  • Stop the consignment

Documentation requirements:
  • Invoice with specified content:
    • Invoice number
    • Sender
    • Date and place
    • Packages and weight
    • Description of contents
    • Value
    • Delivery location and dates
    • Particular conditions related to the invoice
    • Documentation of origin/proof of origin
    • There are two types of proof of origin; Goods certificate EUR.1/Eur-MED or Declaration of origin. You will find more information about proof of origin here
       
  • Proforma invoice:
    • A proforma invoice should reflect the goods’ true value
    • Used if the receiver are not paying for the goods, for example samples or gifts

VAT: Customs clearance documentation is also an important factor when applying for a VAT settlement from the Swedish Tax Agency, ref. Act relating to Value Added Tax

eCare provides you with a complete overview over all consignments and their related documentation such as customs clearance, bill of lading and invoices etc.

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Rebecca Skånberg,Customs Manager in ColliCare Sweden
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