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 importing goods from a non-EU country, such as USA, China, S. Africa, Australia etc
Import Customs Clearance
1. Bill of Lading
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.
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