Question:

What other information is needed on the invoice?

Answer:

The more information you provide on the invoice the better, as this can help to make customs clearance smoother and quicker. Invoices should always include (as a minimum) full consignee address and contact details, the true value of the goods (‘0’ will not be accepted) and a full description (avoid vague descriptions such as ‘samples’ or ‘gifts’). Additional information, such as country of origin or the shipper’s EORI number, is also useful.

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