You or your customer will likely have to pay import duties when you trade with countries outside the EU. This is how it works.
A good knowledge of the importing process is the first step towards successful importing. This step-by-step plan helps you prepare.
The customs value is the price that goods to be imported have at the external border of the EU. You usually base this on the transaction value.
When you import products, or want to start doing so, you expect a certain quality standard. Inspecting them helps.
Products sold in the European Economic Area (EEA) must meet certain product requirements.
If you export goods to countries outside the EU, you regularly need export documents. Read more about export documents.
Prepare your export down to the last detail with these 14 steps. This way, you always have a clear picture of your market and the required actions.
Are the goods you supply of preferential origin? Then you may be eligible for paying fewer import duties, if you have an EUR.1 or EUR-MED certificate.