Non-EU international shipments


According to the customs regulations in force, all exports of goods to non-EU countries must be declared. This means that postal items must be accompanied by the commercial invoice (for goods of commercial value) or the pro-forma invoice (for goods that have no commercial value), respectively by a set of documents necessary and specific to the customs clearance process. , as well as the sender of an export to non-EU countries, must be legal persons). Postal items whose content consists of documents are sent only by express air service (also available to individuals) and do not require customs formalities.

It is important that before placing the lifting order, the correctness of completing the documents is checked together with a representative of the international customer relations department. Contact details: 031 824 9032 and internaț[email protected]

If the value of the goods is between 1 and 9 euros, the following are required:


1. Proforma invoice written on a computer, in English - 5 copies (original, stamped and signed);

The invoice contains the following information:

EORI number;

Delivery terms: DAP, followed by the name of the destination city; (Incoterms 2010 DAP - Delivery at place);

Company header;

Invoice number and date;

Customs tariff code for each product (if there are several and different); Customs tariff code - the unique identification and classification code of the goods in the customs system (you can find it by accessing this link.

Remarks:

On the invoice are written: each item, the number of pieces, the price per product;

The total value must not exceed 9 euros;

To pass SAMPLE next to the products.

2. Copy of CUI, CIF and EORI Certificate

If the value of the goods is between 10 and 999 euros:

1. Commercial Invoice, written on a computer in English - 5 copies (original, stamped and signed);

The invoice contains the following information:

EORI number;

Delivery terms: DAP, followed by the name of the destination city; (Incoterms 2010 DAP - Delivery at place);

Company header;

Invoice number and date;

Customs tariff code for each product (if there are several and different); Customs tariff code - the unique identification and classification code of the goods in the customs system (you can find it by accessing this link.

Remarks:

The invoice includes: each item, the number of pieces, the price per product, the country of origin of the goods;

There must be no documents in different languages ​​on the invoice;

The final export mention must be made;

2. Copy of CUI, CIF and EORI Certificate

3. Copy of the documents of origin of the goods: Import customs declaration or purchase invoice if the goods were purchased from the EU or from Romania, or declaration on the own responsibility of the sender if he is the producer of the goods.

4. Packing list. To be completed by the sender, only if he sends more than one package. It is specified for each package: content and gross and net weight.

If the value of the goods exceeds 1000 euros:


1. Commercial Invoice, written on a computer: 5 copies (original, stamped and signed) in English and one copy in Romanian.

The invoice contains the following information:

EORI number.

Delivery terms: DAP, followed by the name of the destination city; (Incoterms 2010 DAP - Delivery at place).

Company header.

Invoice number and date.

Customs tariff code for each product (if there are several and different); Customs tariff code - the unique identification and classification code of the goods in the customs system (you can find it by accessing this link.

Remarks:

On the invoice are written: each item, the number of pieces, the price per product, the country of origin of the goods.

There must be no documents in different languages ​​on the invoice.

The final export mention must be made.

2. Copy of CUI, CIF and EORI Certificate

3. Copy of the documents of origin of the goods: Import customs declaration or purchase invoice if the goods were purchased from the EU or from Romania, or declaration on the own responsibility of the sender if he is the producer of the goods.

4. Packing list. To be completed by the sender, only if he sends more than one package. It is specified for each package: content and gross and net weight.

5. CMR - link model CMR.

6. Empowerment for customs clearance - empowerment model link.

7. Transport document.

Based on the above documents, the export customs declaration (DVE) is prepared.

REMARKS

Additionally, at the request of the sender:

If the value of the goods in the invoice exceeds 6000 euros:

If the value of the goods on the invoice exceeds 6000 euros and the sender requests the completion of a EUR 1 Certificate: the sender must purchase the EUR 1 certificate form, sign it and stamp it on both sides and attach supporting documents showing that the exported goods are products of preferential origin.

If the value of the goods on the invoice is less than 6000 euros, a Certificate of EUR 1 is not required, the declaration of origin on the invoice is valid.

Depending on the nature of the goods, the following may also be required:

1. Statements on one's own responsibility.

2. Certificates of conformity, quality, analysis, etc.