Customs Clearance

What is Customs Clearance?

It is the act of passing goods through Customs & Excise (Revenue) so that they can enter or leave the country. 

It is a document given by customs to a shipper/importer to show that customs duty (where applicable) and VAT has been paid and the goods can be imported.

When is customs clearance required ?

When importing goods from a non-EU country, such as USA, China, S. Africa, Australia etc

Import Customs Clearance

Documents required:

1. Bill of Lading

2. Invoice

3. Packing list

4. Company detail (VAT Number. Registration number etc) or personal details

5. Goods certification

 

Normally, it will take 2-4 days to go through the Customs.

For a quote, order or other enquiries please call 00353 1408 9988 or 00353 8794 13643;

or alternatively, click here to go to our online contact form.