Customs Clearance has never been more complicated than it is at present, but Customs Accounting Services are here to help and make it as simplified as possible for your business. In order to ensure the smooth movement of goods between the UK and Ireland, and the EU as well as from outside the EU.
Customs Accounting Services will make the following declarations to the relevant customs authorities on your company’s behalf in a quick and cost efficient manner.
Types of Customs Documentation
Common Customs Documentation:
- Import/Export declarations such as SAD’s (Single Administration Documents) including TAD’s (Transit Accompanying Document).
- Other Transit declarations and AAD’s (Admin Accompanying Documents) such as a Truck manifest or eManifest.
- Safety and Security declarations such as CHED’s (Common Health Entry Document) such as those required under the Sanitary & Phytosanitary ( SPS) controls, so as to ensure food safety.
- Entry Summary declarations such as ENS (Electronic Entry Summary) as required by HMRC.
Pre-boarding Notification (PBN), you’ll need this document to board a ferry, once the lorry gets a good to check-in status this will allow your goods to be shipped.
Types of Customs Clearance
Types of Customs Clearance:
We can act as a Direct Representative for Irish registered Companies for the purposes of customs clearance.
We can act as an Importer of Record (IOR), where we manage the customs clearance for importing shipments for those companies who don’t have any presence or business connections in the ROI or the EU including the UK.
Bulk Customs Clearance;
We can manage bulk customs clearance both in Ireland and in the UK for consignments containing a large number of small parcels or packages usually with a value of less than €22/£15 respectively which aren’t subject to Customs or VAT.
Customs Accounting Services will be providing Customs Clearance Services to businesses both here in Ireland and in the UK. Many Companies haven’t had to submit customs declarations in the past but will have to do so now, following the UK exit from the EU Customs Union on the 1st January 2021.
The principal is Andrew O’ Connor FCCA who has over 20 years experience in finance and taxation such as accounting for Customs & Excise and VAT, having worked across a range of industries including Warehousing and Logistics in both the SME and Multinational Sectors.
We have offices both in Ireland and in the UK, so we can submit customs documentation across both jurisdictions to the Irish Revenue services and the HMRC.
We are flexible in terms of how we service our clients. While in the current environment we will operate a virtual office as well as an on-call customs services network throughout the country, where we’ll come to see you in order to accommodate you and discuss your customs clearance requirements.
We bring our unique set of skills and experience to the fore in order to help small businesses manage their supply chains and avoid unnecessary delays due to the new customs procedures in place post-brexit, so as to ensure continuity of service to your customers. While at the same time helping your business keep costs to a minimum through effective management of your customs & VAT obligations, which will be managed at a reasonable cost.