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Professional Customs Clearance 24hrs a day, 7 days a week, 365 Days a year – with connections to all the major Road, Sea and Airports there are not many places that we can’t cover. We handle all sorts of cargo and keep up to date on the latest Customs Rules and Regulations to ensure our clients remain compliant and within the law.



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Imports & Exports
Customs Clearance

What is customs clearance?

Customs clearance is a compulsory process for any goods entering or leaving a country. It requires the submission of various export and import documentation, as well as the payment of duties, VAT and any additional costs such as storage and testing by customs agents.

Customs Clearance FAQ

What is customs clearance?

Customs clearance is the process of declaring goods as they move through a border, whether importing or exporting. This is so that HMRC can gather statistical data on the country’s imports and exports, ensure that goods are travelling with the required licenses and certification, and collect any taxes that are due on a consignment. Customs clearance is also required when moving suspended goods outside of a customs-designated area, such as a bonded warehouse, or when cancelling an inward processing relief. This is because the goods have not yet been released into free circulation, and so another declaration is needed to pay the taxes or declare that the goods are moving to another location.

What documents do I need for UK customs clearance?
What value do I need to declare to customs?
What are the routes of UK customs clearance?
What is proof of customs clearance?
Where is customs clearance needed?
Can I customs clear goods without being a business?
Do I need to use a customs broker?
What is a commodity code?
How long does UK customs clearance take?
How much is Duty and VAT?
How do I pay Duty and VAT?
When is customs clearance due on a shipment?
Can I move goods without paying Duty and VAT?
How do I declare goods that have Duty and VAT suspension?
How do I customs clear my own belongings?


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This is a tax levied by a country on all imported goods. It is charged as a percentage of a product’s value, as determined by its commodity code and associated duty rating. UK commodity codes can be found on the government’s Trade Tariff website.

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Additional costs

Customs charges also include any costs accrued as a result of goods being held by customs. Importers can be charged for any tests or X-Rays conducted to check whether a product is safe to enter the country and/or complies with trading or quality standards. They may also need to pay for storage should goods be held for longer than the allotted free-time period.

Anti-dumping duty

Certain products may be subject to anti-dumping duty. This duty is imposed by countries when they wish to protect the domestic manufacture of the product and in turn deter the import of it at a lower cost than the supplier’s native market rate. Importers can find out if their goods carry anti-dumping duty (and how much) through the Trade Tariff website.









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Is it possible to avoid customs charges?

It is illegal to declare goods under lower commodity codes or falsely declare their worth in order to lower duties and taxes. However, there are various duty relief schemes available that allow importers to legally pay lower or in some cases no customs duty. Viability for a duty relief scheme depends on a number of variables including the type of product, intent for product’s use and the country of origin.