Shippers of goods to the European Union will need to ensure that they have the systems and procedures to produce a commercial invoice that meets the standards required for export.

Commercial invoices should contain the following:

<aside> ✔️ Invoice number

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<aside> ✔️ Buyer's and Seller's (importer and exporter) full name, address and contact details. We suggest telephone number with country code and email address.

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<aside> ✔️ Full description of the goods, including their Harmonisation Systems / Commodity codes. The description should be clear to allow for the classification to be verified. Full description of the goods, including their Commodity Code.  https://www.trade-tariff.service.gov.uk/trade-tariff/sections

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<aside> ✔️ Value of the goods including currency per product

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<aside> ✔️ Country of origin of the goods

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<aside> ✔️ Terms of sale as per Incoterms. Gov.uk - Incoterms Incoterms wallchart

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<aside> ✔️ Exporter's EORI number (GB EORI for European shipments; XI EORI for shipments to Northern Ireland)

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<aside> ✔️ Importer's EORI number

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<aside> ✔️ Number and types of packages

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<aside> ✔️ Net and gross weights per product

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<aside> ✔️ Declaration statement

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Palletline Example Commercial Invoice.pdf

Please also note the following: