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Customs Clearance Services

Customs Clearance Services

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We offer 24/7 custom clearance facility in Dover and other ports in the UK and offer free advise on how to prevent delays and costs where possible. We operate with AEO procedures and aim to provide continuous quality in all aspects of logistics.

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?