Import and export procedures

Customs declarations and documentation, dealing with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), using transit and processing systems, obtaining duty relief.


  1. Agriculture, horticulture and fisheries: international trade regulations
  2. Animals and animal products: international trade regulations
  3. Archiving your trade documents
  4. Authorised Economic Operator
  5. Automatic Licence Verification System (ALVS) across HM Government
  6. Automatic import and export licence verification
  7. Binding Tariff Information Rulings
  8. Union Transit: moving goods between 2 EU territories
  9. Controls on dual-use goods
  10. Creative and cultural: international trade regulations
  11. Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight: the processing system of trader declarations
  12. Customs procedures when transporting goods by road
  13. Customs warehousing
  14. Dispatching your goods within the EU
  15. Duty suspensions and tariff quotas
  16. End-Use Relief
  17. Exporting goods outside the EU
  18. Exporting military goods to the United States
  19. Freight forwarding: managing risk
  20. Freight forwarding: moving goods
  21. Apply for the Fulfilment House Due Diligence Scheme (Notice FH1)
  22. Government Indemnity Scheme
  23. Find out about HMRC's National Import Reliefs Unit
  24. How to value your imports for customs duty and trade statistics
  25. Import Control System
  26. Import and export clothing, footwear and fashion: international trade regulations
  27. Imports from outside the EU
  28. International trade paperwork
  29. Inward Processing
  30. Letters of credit for importers and exporters
  31. Loading goods for export from the UK
  32. Request Management Support System data on imports and exports
  33. Mutual Recognition Regulation across the EEA
  34. National Clearance Hub for goods entering, leaving or transiting the European Union
  35. Oil, gas, refining and petrochemicals: international trade regulations
  36. Other types of open general export licence
  37. Outward Processing Relief
  38. Protecting cultural objects on loan
  39. Recreation and leisure goods and services: international trade regulations
  40. Rules of origin for imported and exported goods
  41. Supplementary Declarations for exports
  42. Supplementary Declarations for imports
  43. Telecoms, radiocomms and broadcasting equipment: international trade regulations
  44. Temporary admission
  45. Temporary storage for imports
  46. Use the National Export System to make an export declaration
  47. The New Computerised Transit System: supporting guidance
  48. The Single Administrative Document for import and export
  49. The importance of the Declaration Unique Consignment Reference
  50. Trade preference agreements: import and export
  51. Transport industry: international trade regulations
  52. UK Strategic Export Control Lists
  53. Use the New Computerised Transit System
  54. Using the PEACH system to import plants and fresh produce
  55. Wine trade: regulations
Published 1 October 2012