To ensure smooth importation of the goods you have ordered, we will to ship to your business or your local agent (if you are a Yacht), please therefore complete the form below to allow us to collect the relevant details required (see further info on EORI further down this page). Please see further info on deliveries to the EU including Customs & Duties information after BREXIT here
To ensure smooth importation of the goods you have ordered, we will to ship to you, your business or your local agent (if you are a Yacht), please therefore complete the form below to allow us to collect the relevant details required:
What is an EORI Number?
EORI stands for “Economic Operators Registration and Identification number”. Businesses and people wishing to trade must use the EORI number as an identification number in all customs procedures when exchanging information with Customs administrations.
Is an EORI number mandatory?
The EORI number is unique, assigned and recognised by the EU customs authorities. The EORI number is already mandatory for all companies and every export outside the European Union. If you already have an EORI number for your exports, please note that you can use the same one for your imports
What happens if you don't have an EORI number?
If you don't have an EORI number then you can't import or export goods from the EU legally. This is because the number is used for customs declarations of all goods entering or exiting the EU. Without a number, you could face increased costs (such as storage fees) and delays.