KEY INFORMATION ON EUR1 DECLARATIONS
plus forthcoming events and training
EUR1 Declarations updated

HMRC have now updated their guidance for the declarations to be made on page 4 of an EUR1 application as follows:

(a) Exporters who have manufactured/produced the exported goods
‘The goods shown on the movement certificate were **manufactured/produced by the exporter and are classified under (4 figure tariff heading). They satisfy the appropriate qualifying process in the preferential agreement
**Delete where appropriate

(bi) Exporters who have bought in goods for export in the same state (goods manufactured/produced in the UK)
‘The goods shown on the movement certificate were **manufactured/produced in the UK and are classified under (4 figure tariff heading). Evidence of their originating status in one of the forms specified on GOV.UK is held by **me/us.’
** Delete where appropriate

(bii) Exporters who have bought in goods for export in the same state (goods **manufactured/produced in any other country)
‘The goods were imported from…………………… (Name of country) under cover of a **movement certificate /invoice declaration and are being re-exported in the same state. The goods are classified under……………’ (4 figure tariff heading).
** Delete where appropriate

According to HMRC, this declaration can only be used in very specific circumstances relating to the UK Israel FTA.

These declarations will be updated on electronic systems.

Replacement EUR1’s

HMRC have said that they cannot think of any circumstances where it would now be appropriate to issue a Replacement EUR1 though they are still referred to in some of the guidance.

If you feel you need to issue a replacement EUR1 please speak to our International Trade team for guidance by calling 01223 237414.


FORTHCOMING TRAINING COURSES

Letters of Credit
Tuesday 8 June, 10.00am-2.30pm

The course will give delegates a better understanding of how important it is to get it right first time, avoiding delayed payment of goods exported.

More details here > 

Inward and Outward Processing
Tuesday 15 June, 10.00am-2.30pm

The course will cover special procedures and the benefits of using IP and OP in your compliance.
As well as reviewing the IP application form and the C99/ C&E812 suspension returns, we will also look at what internal processes are required.

More details here >

Understanding Rules of Origin
Tuesday 22 June, 10.00am-2.30pm

This course will explain all aspects of the Rules of Origin and Trade Agreements and how to understand and comply with them to help companies be more competitive in export markets.

More details here > 


EVENTS

Anything to Declare - 175 days later?
3 June, 2.00-3.00pm

Now that the deadline is looming for making a full declaration for EU imports that arrived after 31/12/20, businesses need to get ready to declare. This webinar will provide the answers.

More details and registration here > 


Invest Sri Lanka - Asia's Next Growth Haven
7-9 June

The Sri Lankan High Commission in London invites you to the Sri Lanka Investment Forum 2021: “Invest Sri Lanka - Asia’s Next Growth Haven”, a three-day virtual event jointly organised by the Board of Investment, Ceylon Chamber of Commerce and the Colombo Stock Exchange.

The multifaceted event is designed to promote business and investment opportunities in FDI and capital markets in Sri Lanka. The programme comprises of exclusive presentations on current investment projects, panel and interactive discussions on key topics of relevance to the investors related to regulatory framework and macro-economic landscape and arranging networking sessions with stakeholders.

For more details and to register please use the following link: https://www.invest-srilanka.lk/


An Evening with the British Business Club Düsseldorf
Wednesday 7 July, 6.30pm

Participants will be able to pose individual and specific questions to our members and gain valuable insights into doing deals with Deutschland.
  • Benefit from our members’ personal experiences
  • Boost your knowledge of this discerning market
  • Converse with professionals in Germany
  • Discuss the opportunities.
To register and submit questions, email David Roe

Places are limited for this online event. Joining instructions will be sent shortly before the event.

Founded in 1958, the British Business Club Düsseldorf acts as a forum for its 150 members working in various management and business support roles. They help British companies taking initial steps into the UK’s second largest export market or wishing to expand their presence in Germany.

Contact the Chamber

01223 237414 •  chamber@cambscci.co.uk
Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce
Clifford House, 2 Station Yard, Oakington, Cambridge, CB24 3AH
www.cambridgeshirechamber.co.uk