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From January 1, 2022: Goods moving from the EU to GB are now subject to full customs controls. UK importers can claim tariff preference if they have a statement on origin – this must be made out by the exporter to confirm that the product originates in the EU. Include the following information on your commercial invoice when exporting / importing:

  • Include shipper & receiver EORI numbers
  • Include shipper & receiver VAT number
  • Describe goods accurately
  • Include correct Commodity / HS code(s) and correct value of goods
  • Include country of origin details, reason for export, apply correct incoterms as agreed with your customer (DDP / DAP)
  • Include your (& the recipient’s) shipping addresses & contact details.

Shipping Updates

In the face of the challenges posed by the unprecedented global COVID-19 crisis, ICR Worldwide Express Ltd.  have to levy an Emergency Situation Surcharge (ESS) to all International Express shipments from the 1st April 2020 until further notice.

How the Emergency Situation Surcharge (ESS) will work;

The ESS is a fixed charge and will be applied per shipment and dependent on the weight of each shipment.

Chargeable Weight     Charge Amount

Charge per KG                 £1.00

Minimum Charge            £2.50 per shipment

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