When it comes to exports, the correct classifications of goods as well as their destination are important considerations. Once DR Customs received the correct sales invoice, we can ensure that your goods will be exported properly, whether it is livestock, food or non-food.
Based on the sales invoice and your product information, we are able to help you classify the goods with the correct HS code, as you are responsible for this. The country of destination may also require a document of origin for the goods that will be imported. We can provide you with the necessary assistance during the application process.
More specifically, we can assist you with the following services:
- Simplified handling of exports
- Quality-approved export documentation (EX-A)
- Fumigation of your cargoes, together we needed certificates
- Wood logs and wood pallets, which can be infested by insects
- Heat treatment
- Needed for destinations such as Australia and New-Zealand
Once you can show that your goods have left the EU, the ‘confirmation of exit’ will follow. You will then fall under the zero rate for VAT (Value Added Tax) as an exporter. This means that the goods have been loaded into the container and have actually left the EU.
It is possible that after we submitted the export declaration that your goods are subject to a physical inspection, we can coordinate this for you and provide you with further advice. This means that your goods will go through a container scan, if any doubts a physical inspection by a custom officer will follow.