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Classification of goods

How to find Trade Tariff commodity codes for manufactured products, vehicles, foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and raw materials.

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Check the pages below to find out how to classify your goods. If they’re not in this list search the Trade Tariff for your goods using terms describing:

  • what they’re made from
  • how they work
  • how they’re packaged (classify items in a set separately if they can be used individually, otherwise classify by the main item)
  1. How to classify imports and exports using the UK Trade Tariff
  2. Why you must classify UK imports and exports
  3. Classifying aircraft parts for import and export
  4. Classifying audio and video equipment for import and export
  5. Classifying ceramics for import and export
  6. Classifying computers and software for import and export
  7. Classifying edible fruits, nuts and peel for import and export
  8. Classifying edible vegetables, roots and tubers for import and export
  9. Classifying electric lamps for import and export
  10. Classifying footwear for import and export
  11. Classifying herbal medicines, supplements and tonics for import and export
  12. Classifying iron and steel for import and export
  13. Classifying leather for import and export
  14. Classifying monitors for import and export
  15. Classifying organic chemicals for import and export
  16. Classifying pharmaceutical products for import and export
  17. Classifying placebos and comparators for import and export
  18. Classifying plastics for import and export
  19. Classifying rice for import and export
  20. Classifying textile apparel for import and export
  21. Classifying tobacco for import and export
  22. Classify toys, games and sports equipment for import and export
  23. Classifying vehicles, parts and accessories
  24. Classifying wood for import and export
  25. Regulations: timber and FLEGT licences
  26. Split consignments: Tariff classification and import procedures
Published 1 October 2012