Chamber Customs Declarations Enabling International Trade

Chamber Customs Declarations

ChamberCustoms is a customs declaration service delivered by the Chamber for UK importers and exporters, of all sizes.

 

 

 

With our extensive knowledge, reputation and first-class service in facilitating international trade, we can take the hassle out of your hands when it comes to exporting and importing goods.

The service is offered direct to businesses, ensuring that customs clearance is accurate, timely and avoids additional costs through delays or errors. 

With direct links to the HMRC Customs handling system and all inventory linked ports, we can ensure that your goods, no matter where they enter or leave the UK, will be cleared for onward transportation smoothly.  We can help you keep your time sensitive supply chains, moving efficiently and economically.

What we offer:

  • A high level of compliance and assurance for customers
  • Confidence on tariff and data entry to remove fiscal risk; backed by the technical expertise of the market leader in this sector
  • A wealth of international trade experience and expertise from your trusted Chamber of Commerce network in the UK.

Remember, HMRC grants are currently available for businesses that will be required to complete declarations. The grants can be used towards the cost of training, recruitment and IT equipment. Find out more here.

Please get in touch if you have any queries about trading internationally or want to find out more about customs declarations services.

What is a Customs Declaration?

A customs declaration (or C88 SAD) is the paperwork that is required to get goods through customs. Previously goods that moved around the EU did not require a customs declaration due to free movement of goods. Since 1 January 2021 a customs declaration is required for all EU Imports and Exports. Click here for more information.

UK General Tariff

The UK General Tariff (UKGT) which has been applied to imported goods since 1 January 2021.  This new tariff has replaced the EU’s current Common External Tariff and will apply to the vast majority of imports into the UK.  In particular, it will apply to imports from the EU which have previously been tariff free. Find out more here.

We know that navigating trade documentation can be complicated.

Please get in touch if you have any queries about trading internationally or want to find out more about customs declarations services.