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Reminder from HMR&C about the Changes to the Way Intrastat Declarations Are Submitted From April 2012 25 Apr 2012
Removal of Documentary Proof of Origin Requirements for Textile and Clothing Products (DPO) 25 Apr 2012
Information About Submitting an ENS and EXS for EEA/EFTA Countries and Andorra 3 Oct 2011
Customs Intensifies Supervision of Entry Summary Declarations 3 Oct 2011




Reminder from HMR&C about the Changes to the Way Intrastat Declarations Are Submitted From April 2012 25 Apr 2012

HMR&C are introducing two changes to the way Intrastat Supplementary Declarations are submitted to them from 1 April 2012:

  • Intrastat Supplementary Declarations must be submitted by the 21st day of the month. A return for March 2012 must be sent to HMR&C by 21 April 2012.
  • All Intrastat Supplementary Declarations must be submitted using electronic methods e.g Online Form, Comma Separated Variable File (CSV) or Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).
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Removal of Documentary Proof of Origin Requirements for Textile and Clothing Products (DPO) 25 Apr 2012

The Department for Business Innovation and Skills has recently published the following information:

“The EU documentary proof of origin requirements for textile and clothing products in force since 1998 (Council Regulation (EC) No. 1541/98 and Commission Regulation (EC) No. 209/2005) have been repealed (Council Regulation (EU) No. 955/2011).”

“There has been no specific requirement for documentary proof of origin of imports of textiles and clothing into the EU since 24 October 2011.”

“Mandatory Documentary Proof of Origin is now only required if you are claiming a tariff preference, for example, under the EU’s General Scheme of Preferences (GSP) where a GSP form A (which confirms the origin of the goods) is required to claim the GSP duty preference.“

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Information About Submitting an ENS and EXS for EEA/EFTA Countries and Andorra 3 Oct 2011

In order to transport goods to and from Iceland, you must submit an entry summary declaration (ENS) and/or exit summary declaration (EXS). This is not required if you transport goods to and from other so-called EEA/EFTA countries. These countries are part of the security area of the EU.

Submit an ENS and EXS

  • Iceland
  • Don’t submit an ENS and EXS

  • Norway
  • Switzerland
  • Liechtenstein
  • Andorra
  • You need not submit an entry summary declaration (ENS) and/or exit summary declaration (EXS) either in order to transport goods to and from Andorra. This is because Andorra is part of the security area of the EU.

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    Customs Intensifies Supervision of Entry Summary Declarations 3 Oct 2011

    With effect from 1st July the European customs services started taking measures against companies that fail to lodge an Entry Summary declaration (ENS).

    For further information click here

    Dutch Customs have also released two newsletters relating to the Fiscal Punishment Orders that can be issued to companies that provide late or incomplete ENS’s more than once or incorrect ENS’s more than three times.

    Click Newsletter_1 (in Dutch) or Newsletter_2 (in Dutch)

    For the Exit Summary declaration (EXS) the issuing of Fiscal Punishment Orders will come into operation from 1st January 2012.

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