Export Clearance

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Welcome to Declerit, your gateway to effortless global exports. Elevate your international trade experience with our specialized customs clearance services tailored for exporters. At Declerit, we excel in streamlining the export process, ensuring compliance with regulations, and optimizing the journey of your products to their destination.

Our proficient team of customs clearance experts takes the complexity out of exporting. From meticulous documentation to navigating export regulations, we handle every aspect with precision, allowing you to concentrate on expanding your business horizons. With Declerit, you gain a committed partner dedicated to efficiency, accuracy, and ensuring your exports reach their destination without unnecessary delays.

Step into a world of exporting excellence with Declerit. Rely on us to navigate the intricacies of customs clearance, providing you the assurance to grow your global footprint. Experience the simplicity of exporting with a partner that comprehends the dynamics of international trade. Choose Declerit for customs clearance services that redefine reliability and efficiency in your export endeavors.

Exporting goods from the UK involves a series of processes and procedures to comply with international trade regulations.

Here’s an overview of the key steps in the export process:

EORI Registration:

Ensure that you have an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number. This unique identifier is essential for customs declarations and is used throughout the export process.

Classification of Goods:

Assign the appropriate Commodity Code or Harmonized System (HS) code to the goods being exported. This code determines the applicable customs duties and taxes in the destination country.

Export Declaration:

Submit an export declaration providing details about the goods, their value, and destination. This declaration is typically done electronically through the National Export System (NES) or the Customs Declaration Service (CDS).

Customs Declarations:

Prepare necessary documentation, including commercial invoices, packing lists, and any certificates required by the destination country. Some goods may require additional permits or licenses.

Export Licenses:

Check if your goods require an export license. Certain products, especially those with strategic importance, may be subject to export controls.

VAT and Duties:

Determine the VAT and duties applicable to your export. Depending on the destination, your goods may be eligible for zero-rated VAT or specific preferential trade agreements.

Shipping and Transport:

Organize shipping and transportation for the goods. Coordinate with freight forwarders or logistics providers to ensure a smooth and timely delivery to the destination.

Customs Clearance in the Destination Country:

Provide the necessary documentation to customs authorities in the destination country. This may include the commercial invoice, packing list, bill of lading, and any certificates required by the importing country.

Payment and Finance:

Arrange for payment and financing if needed. Consider using trade finance instruments such as letters of credit to mitigate financial risks.

Compliance with Import Regulations:

Ensure that the exported goods comply with the import regulations and standards of the destination country. This may include product labeling, safety standards, and quality requirements.

Maintain accurate records of all export transactions, including documentation related to customs declarations, shipping, and payments. This documentation is crucial for audits and compliance checks.

It’s important to note that the specific procedures may vary depending on the nature of the goods, the destination country, and any trade agreements in place. Engaging with professionals, such as customs brokers or export specialists, can help ensure a smooth and compliant export process.



We specialize in streamlining the import process, ensuring your goods cross borders efficiently while complying with all customs regulations.

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