[Science Post] Brexit if you disagree! Britain will not have any contact with ENS in the future?
Britain announced Brexit at the beginning of the year! This is simply a dream-like joke, which is not true at all. You must know that the establishment of the European Union is a good expression of the saying that unity is strength. What is the freight forwarding for Brexit? you are wrong. The owner or forwarder is likely to spend more time and expense to adapt to the new British special customs regulations. Moreover, the formulation and introduction of these new rules will inevitably cause delays and blockages in the arrival of goods at British ports. Your vacations may be affected by your counterparts operating British goods. Freight forwarding friends all joked with the editor: Will the UK not accept ENS after leaving the EU? The editor deliberately found some materials for integration and made ENS popular science. 1. What is ENS ENS (Entry Summary Declaration) is the abbreviation of 'Entry Summary DeclarationSince January 1, 2011, the European Union will enforce the “advance manifest declaration” rule for all shipments to or through EU ports. This rule applies to all 28 EU member states (the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Ireland, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Austria, Sweden, Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia). 2. Precautions for ENS submission (1) What are the risks of not submitting ENS? Failure to comply with this rule may lead to the suspension of loading and unloading of goods, as well as the interruption of the flow of goods and the supply chain. In addition, local customs authorities in EU countries will impose fines or other penalties on carriers and other parties responsible for submitting cargo declarations. (2) How to submit ENS (Entry Summary Declaration Form)? For all goods entering the EU, the company must submit an entry summary customs declaration (ENS) to the first port of call in the EU country where the container ship calls, and it must be submitted 24 hours before the port of departure. (3) What goods need to be submitted to ENS? All goods imported into the EU; all transit goods (regardless of whether the final destination is within the EU); all transit goods (such as transported to countries outside the EU by trailer or train); unloaded goods on board (such as goods arriving in Ukraine, The ship docks in Greece but does not unload). In short, as long as the ship first calls at EU ports, all destination ports must declare ENS. (4) What data must be declared to submit ENS? The information required to submit ENS will be basically the same as the existing confirmation of the bill of lading. The difference is that ENS requires higher accuracy for addresses, cargo descriptions, and any numbers provided. Special attention should be paid to the following: 1. Shipper (if EORI number, please provide): The full company name, detailed address, country, city and zip code must be provided. 2. Consignee consignee (if EORI number is available, please provide): The full company name, detailed address, country, city and zip code must be provided. 3. Notify the notifier ('TO ORDER' bill of lading must provide notifier information; if there is an EORI number, please provide): the full company name, detailed address, country, city and zip code are required. Note: EORI is the abbreviation of Economic Operators Registration and Identification in English. This number is a necessary registration number for all economic activities in EU countries, especially for enterprises with import and export business. As long as the number is registered in the customs of the country where the company belongs, it will be used throughout the EU. (If the EORI number is available, please be sure to provide it when you guide the ESR. The 6-digit HS code is also imported at the same time.) At the same time, the following information should be provided: Container No. u0026 Seal no. Container number and seal number, Goods Description clear and accurate Description, Type of package u0026 Number of packages package quantity and type code, 4-6 digit HS Code 4-6 digit HS code, Gross Weight, Shipping Mark packaged goods mark, UN Dangerous Goods Code UN code of dangerous goods. Conclusion: 1. All goods in transit at ports within the EU (regardless of whether the final destination is within the EU); all transit goods (such as transported to countries outside the EU by trailer or train); unloaded goods on board (such as goods arriving in Ukraine) , The ship docks in Greece but does not unload). In short, as long as the ship first calls at EU ports, all destination ports must declare ENS. 2. For all goods entering the EU, the company must submit an entry summary declaration (ENS) to the first port of call in the EU country where the container ship calls, and it must be submitted 24 hours before loading at the port of shipment. Editor's summary: After the above summary and sorting, the editor can tell you clearly: After Brexit, the cost of going to the UK ENS is still indispensable. VIPU Supply Chain international logistics company provides professional door-to-door double customs clearance international logistics services for people going abroad or returning home all the year round. If you want to move furniture across countries by sea, please look for VIPU Supply Chain international logistics! If you are in need in this regard, please feel free to call our toll-free hotline.
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