We Are Brexit Ready
We want our customers to have complete peace of mind with us. This why we have already taken all the necessary steps to make sure that you receive a no-hassle service post Brexit.
We have now in place robust planning for life after Brexit.
Life post BREXIT is now here, Irish Freight Solutions would like to let our customers know how we are providing top quality service to our clients in the days immediately after and long into the future.
Deferred Payment facility (Comprehensive Guarantee to include Temporary Storage and a Transit Guarantee) – we have acquired an AEP number, allowing us to pay VAT and duty on behalf of our customers if required.
Customs Clearance training for staff in both Irish and UK offices, to provide customers with a Customs Clearance facility for their export / import goods.
AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) – we are currently in the process of obtaining AEO Status; this is an internationally-recognised customs authorisation which facilitates priority clearance for goods.
As a value customer, we aim to provide you a top quality service for your freight.
We also want your to have a hassle free experience when using Irish Freight Solutions.
If you are a large-volume importer, we would recommend that you now apply to the Revenue Commissioners for your own Deferred Payment facility.
Should you wish, you can nominate Irish Freight Solutions (IFS) as your preferred Customs Clearance agent.
This would allow us to use your deferred payment authorisation on your behalf.
Customs Clearance Documents
What you need to know?
We are now separate from the EU, with the deal we have any goods being exported to or imported from the UK will require a Customs Clearance declaration in the form of a SAD (Single Administrative Document).
We are set-up to facilitate your customs requirements for both the ROI and Northern Ireland.
Single Administrative Document
What inormation you need to provide?
In order for us to prepare a SAD on your behalf, you will need to supply us with the following information on a “Supplier’s Invoice”:
In order for us to prepare a SAD on your behalf please fill our import / export document that requires the following information:
- Full names & addresses of the Exporter & Importer
- EORI Number for Consignor (Exporter) and Consignee (Importer)
- Full description of goods
- TARIC Heading (Commodity Code): Customers must identify the correct TARIC code for their goods (1 TARIC Code per item, if you are sending or receiving multiple product types) – please click here (https://www.trade-tariff.service.gov.uk/sections) to identify your correct TARIC Code
- Gross Weight and Net Weight of goods (i.e. weight of goods with and without packaging, palletisation, etc.)
- Country of Origin of goods
- Full Invoice Value & Currency to include Incoterms i.e. DDP or Ex Works, etc
How to identify you code?
To help you identify the TARIC Code for your goods, please use the following button which will take you to the EU TARIC Code Database and provides more information on the TARIC system:
As is current practice, there will be a charge for Customs Clearance, and over the next few weeks we will give you plenty of notice should this come into place for your consignments.
Pallets & Packaging
What does Government’s new notice say?
The UK Government have just released an important Technical Notice which specifically states that “in the event of no deal, all WPM (Wood Packaging Material) moving between the UK and the EU must meet ISPM15 international standards by undergoing heat treatment and marking”.
WPM includes the following:
• Cable Drums
This means that if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, all wood packaging material going into and out of the UK will need to be heat-treated in accordance with ISPM15, and may be subject to official checks either upon or after entry to the EU.
Now we are in the new year and a totally new era for UK trade. We have spent 2020 getting ourselves ready to be in the best position possible to help all of our customers and hauliers’ transition smoothly into the new requirements so that they can still operate as they did 12 months ago.