Collection

Import and export procedures

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

Documents

  1. Agriculture, horticulture and fisheries: international trade regulations

    • Guidance
  2. Animals and animal products: international trade regulations

    • Guidance
  3. Archiving your trade documents

    • Guidance
  4. Authorised Economic Operator

    • Guidance
  5. Automatic Licence Verification System (ALVS) across HM Government

    • Guidance
  6. Automatic import and export licence verification

    • Guidance
  7. Binding Tariff Information Rulings

    • Guidance
  8. Union Transit: moving goods between 2 EU territories

    • Guidance
  9. Controls on dual-use goods

    • Guidance
  10. Creative and cultural: international trade regulations

    • Guidance
  11. Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight: the processing system of trader declarations

    • Guidance
  12. Customs procedures when transporting goods by road

    • Guidance
  13. Customs warehousing

    • Guidance
  14. Dispatching your goods within the EU

    • Guidance
  15. Duty suspensions and tariff quotas

    • Guidance
  16. End-Use Relief

    • Guidance
  17. Exporting goods outside the EU

    • Guidance
  18. Exporting military goods to the United States

    • Guidance
  19. Freight forwarding: managing risk

    • Guidance
  20. Freight forwarding: moving goods

    • Guidance
  21. Apply for the Fulfilment House Due Diligence Scheme (Notice FH1)

    • Guidance
  22. Government Indemnity Scheme

    • Guidance
  23. HM Revenue and Customs National Import Reliefs Unit

    • Guidance
  24. How to value your imports for customs duty and trade statistics

    • Guidance
  25. Import Control System

    • Guidance
  26. Import and export clothing, footwear and fashion: international trade regulations

    • Guidance
  27. Imports from outside the EU

    • Guidance
  28. International trade paperwork

    • Guidance
  29. Inward Processing

    • Guidance
  30. Letters of credit for importers and exporters

    • Guidance
  31. Loading goods for export from the UK

    • Guidance
  32. Management Support System: supporting guidance

    • Guidance
  33. Mutual Recognition Regulation across the EEA

    • Guidance
  34. National Clearance Hub for goods entering, leaving or transiting the European Union

    • Guidance
  35. Oil, gas, refining and petrochemicals: international trade regulations

    • Guidance
  36. Other types of open general export licence

    • Guidance
  37. Outward Processing Relief

    • Guidance
  38. Protecting cultural objects on loan

    • Guidance
  39. Recreation and leisure goods and services: international trade regulations

    • Guidance
  40. Rules of origin for imported and exported goods

    • Guidance
  41. Supplementary Declarations for exports

    • Guidance
  42. Supplementary Declarations for imports

    • Guidance
  43. Telecoms, radiocomms and broadcasting equipment: international trade regulations

    • Guidance
  44. Temporary admission

    • Guidance
  45. Temporary storage for imports

    • Guidance
  46. The National Export System for export declarations

    • Guidance
  47. The New Computerised Transit System: supporting guidance

    • Guidance
  48. The Single Administrative Document for import and export

    • Guidance
  49. The importance of the Declaration Unique Consignment Reference

    • Guidance
  50. Trade preference agreements: import and export

    • Guidance
  51. Transport industry: international trade regulations

    • Guidance
  52. UK Strategic Export Control Lists

    • Guidance
  53. Using the New Computerised Transit System to move goods across the EU and Common Transit countries

    • Guidance
  54. Using the PEACH system to import plants and fresh produce

    • Guidance
  55. Wine trade: regulations

    • Guidance
Published 1 October 2012