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My name is Thomas Abram I'm the DCCC supervisor and I'm here to talk about commercial invoicing a commercial invoice is a document detailing the sale of goods from a business to a customer is used by TNT to create a declaration to customs we also handle performer invoices which are for non-commercial shipments such as samples or gifts both invoices require the same information if you are shipping a consignment that is customs controlled then you will require a commercial invoice will be used by TMT to make the final declarations to customs so the goods can be exported customs will take the information from the invoice to gather statistics and apply taxes and duties all customs control consignments will need this paperwork and examples of these consignments are shipments going to non EU destinations shipments going to special territories within the EU such as the Canary Islands Gibraltar or San Marino t1 shipments goods that have arrived in the EU but remaining customs control hello my name is Hayley Stevenson and I'm a supervisor at the data capture Center the key sections at the commercial invoice are sender's address the sender or owner of the goods receivers address so we can match the right consignment to your invoice you will need to include the correct tariff code and a detailed description of the goods to ensure you paid the right amount of tax and duty you will need to include your reason for export if one isn't provided we will ship everything as a full permanent export if you wish to ship temporary exports such as items going for exhibition or Goods been returned after repair you will need to apply a special customs procedure code you will get this from your local hitch MRC office you need to include the value of the goods and specify its currency you need to include the delivery terms or incur terms and state who's paying for the shipment and the taxes that go with it your company v8e and your remember you can find these at your local haitch MRC office this will identify you to customs as an international trader and is essential for the shipment of your goods don't forget to sign your invoice to make sure your shipment isn't delayed to find the correct tariff you should visit the HMRC website or call the tariff classification helpline export licenses applies to some companies shipping military and aviation goods it also applies to companies shipping dual-use items that's goods that can be used for both civil and military purposes the consequences of an incorrect invoice can be both financial and legal the destination description value and currency all help to determine the correct tax in duty failure to declare an export license can leave you in trouble with HMRC and affect your shipping rights the main consequence however is the shipment may be delayed and not delivered on tome for further information and see how TNT can