Find out where to send Export Accompanying Documents (EAD) for indirect export movements from another Member State, where the UK is the Office of Exit.
Exporters can send Export Accompanying Documents (EAD) to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) using a new freepost address for indirect export movements from another member state, where the UK is the Office of Exit and is discharging the EAD.
Please see Customs Information Paper (09) 45 on the National Archives website for background details.
The freepost address has changed to:
The change is expected to go live with immediate effect.
For queries relating to this Customs Information Paper email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general HMRC queries contact Imports and exports: general enquiries.
Issued on 16 February 2017 by Customs Directorate, HMRC.
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