Monthly Archives: June 2019

Turkish Customs Regulations Change

We would like to advise all customers of the recent changes to the clearance of goods now being implemented by Turkish Customs. Any consignment falling within the following categories will be classified as “High Value” and as such the following procedure must be followed. Categories 1. For re-sale in Turkey/p> 2. Weights over 30 kilos 3. has a clearance value…

Documents to Russia

Please note the following changes to Russian Customs Regulation effective 1st June 2011 which may affect the delivery of your consignment. The following threshold limits have been introduced for documents and printed matter shipments. Shipments over 2kg cannot be declared as documents – these must now be declared as printed matter and a non doc surcharge will be applicable. Document…

International Export License Check

Consignments to the follow sensitive areas valued at over £865 may now require a UK (LIC99) – Strategic Export License. Afghanistan Iran Iraq North Korea Sudan Yemen These commodities include IT equipment, works of art, antiques, printed matter, cultural goods and paintings. To check if your item requires a export license please visit http://www.bis.gov.uk/policies/export-control-organisation if no export license is required, customers need…

Non Doc Shipments

Please note, for all non-document shipments; please ensure that the item/items in your consignments is correctly identified on a Proforma or commercial invoice. Please attach this with your airway bill to assist with customs clearance. This will help to ease any customs delays. Too Vague Acceptable Clothing Shirts, Pants, Jackets, Sweat shirts, trousers, skirt etc. Stationary Pens, Pencil, Note books,…