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EORI (Economic Operator Registration and Identification) is a unique number issued by HM Revenue and Customs in the UK and required within the European Community when dealing with Customs authorities for transactions such as Import Customs Clearance.
Without EORI status Customs Clearance cannot be made.
EORI status can be activated for existing VAT registration numbers by completing HMRC form C220
If you are not VAT registered HMRC form C220A must be completed. These are available for download from the HMRC website.
Search the HMRC website for more information on EORI (links to form downloads are displayed)
Check here to see if your VAT Registration number is already validated for EORI
A human rights organisation has found that three companies based in France, Sweden and the Netherlands exported digital surveillance systems, such as facial recognition technology and network cameras, to operators of mass surveillance apparatus in China. In some cases, the ...Read More
Tags: China, exports, France, Netherlands, Sweden
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Tags: freight, Seafreight, shipping
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Tags: freight, Norway, rail freight, Sweden
China’s exports have experienced a resurgence, surpassing even pre-coronavirus levels, according to news reports; global demand for export goods from China like electronic products and medical equipment has seen a big increase. Reports say that China is supplying the kind ...Read More
Tags: China, Covid-19, exports