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

Unlock the door to seamless international trade with our expert customs clearance services.

At Declerit, we specialize in facilitating the smooth importation of goods, ensuring compliance with ever-evolving regulations and minimizing delays.

Our dedicated team of customs clearance professionals takes the complexity out of the import process. From navigating intricate documentation to coordinating with authorities, we handle it all so you can focus on what matters most—your business. With Declerit by your side, you gain a reliable partner committed to efficiency, accuracy, and delivering your imports on time.

Discover a new standard of importing excellence with Declerit. Trust us to navigate the complexities of customs clearance, providing you with the confidence to grow your global ventures. Experience the ease of importing with a partner that understands the nuances of international trade.

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Importing goods into the UK involves a series of processes and procedures to ensure compliance with customs regulations.

Here’s an overview of the key steps:

EORI Registration:

Before initiating any import, it’s essential to obtain an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number. This unique identifier is crucial for customs declarations and is used throughout the import process.

Customs Classification:

Each imported product is assigned a specific customs code, known as a Commodity Code or Harmonized System (HS) code. This code determines the applicable customs duties and taxes.

Valuation of Goods:

The value of the imported goods is assessed for customs purposes. This includes the cost of the goods, shipping, insurance, and any other charges related to the importation.

Customs Declarations:

Submit a customs declaration, detailing information about the imported goods, their value, and origin. This declaration is typically submitted electronically through the Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) system or the Customs Declaration Service (CDS).

Payment of Customs Duties and Taxes:

Pay any applicable customs duties and taxes based on the valuation and classification of the goods. This payment is usually made before the release of the goods.

Customs Clearance:

Once the customs duties and taxes are paid, and the declaration is accepted, the goods can be cleared for entry into the UK. This may involve physical inspections, depending on the nature of the goods.

Documentation Retention:

Keep all relevant documentation, including the customs declaration, invoices, and shipping documents, as they may be required for audits or future reference.

VAT Registration:

If the value of your imports exceeds the VAT registration threshold, you may need to register for Value Added Tax (VAT) and account for the applicable VAT on imported goods.


Export Clearance

Navigate the export landscape with confidence. Our export clearance services ensure your shipments reach their international destinations smoothly.

Transit Documents: T1, Intrastat

The T1 document, also known as a transit document, is a key element in international trade, facilitating the movement of goods across borders with minimal customs intervention.


Navigating the complexities of international trade requires meticulous attention to regulatory requirements, and that’s where our EORI registration and GVMS service comes in.


Our IPAFFS services are designed to streamline and enhance the importation process for products, animals, food, and feed ensuring compliance with stringent regulatory standards.

Customs Duty and Tax Law Advice

Navigating the intricate landscape of customs and tax law is essential for businesses engaged in international trade, and our advisory services are here to provide you with expert guidance and support.