Customs Brokerage



The numerous regulations, trade policies, regimes and procedural issues governing imports into the UK are wide-ranging and can appear complicated.

Our many years of experience can provide you with the facility to cut through the many factors determining the information and documentation required to present an import declaration to Customs.

We have the very latest online services to facilitate instant, paperless customs clearance and goods removal facilities from anywhere within the United Kingdom.

Our continued investment in the latest electronic communications, hardware and software ensures that we provide our customers with the most efficient and cost-effective services available.

No matter which customs regime, we have the experience and the expertise to clear your goods in an instant.



Nationwide Export Clearance Facilities

We provide New Export System (NES) clearances at all UK ports for exporters, consolidators, shipping lines and other forwarders, which are produced in several different formats according to individual requirements.

We have the experience and the expertise to present entries not only from free circulation but also IPR, OPR, Licence and CAP regimes.

We offer direct communications combined with proprietary software capable of providing both export declarations and full C88's to meet the strict requirements of HM Revenue & Customs VAT inspectors.

Keeping abreast of the latest developments such as SAD Harmonisation, our investment in the latest electronic communications is part of our ongoing commitment to provide our customers with the most efficient and cost-effective services available.

Export Licence

As part of the NES, electronic links were established with the Department for Business Enterprise & Regulatory Reform (BERR). As a result, all specific licences will be checked and written-off electronically on submission of a CHIEF export declaration. This means that the licence reference number must be entered in box 44 of the CHIEF export declaration.

However, since the introduction of SAD Harmonisation, new rules include changes to the way export licences are declared in Box 44 of the SAD. These changes include the relevant document code, status code and the reference of the relevant licence.