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28/02/2013 14:52
 
Hello

Firstible I wanted to ask, why i have a such a big problems with opening a link in COMMUNITY to have a training how to apply for a Cert ?

Secondly , We supplied in 2006 our Customer in Israel and I found a Cert of Origin NO : FJ 153347 (i am a new in this business)

What should I aplly to export properly ? do I need to apply for EUR1 ? or just for Cert Of Origin ?

Please help

Regarsd
Joanna
 
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28/02/2013 16:56
 
Hi Joanna,

Thank you for posting in the e-z Cert forum. There are e-z Cert training courses available at various Chambers of Commerce across the UK. To be able to apply for certificates in the UK you will need to register with a Chamber and complete a Formal Undertaking.  I suggest you find your local chamber via this map:
http://www.e-zcert.com/About/ChamberD...
You can setup an e-z Cert account to apply for certificates with your chosen chamber here:
https://www.e-zcert.com/MyezCert/ezCe...

Certificates of Origin and EUR1's are for different purposes. The EUR1 can gain a lower or nil rate of import duty in the destination country is part of the EUR1 system. The Certificate of Origin will prove the origin of the goods you are shipping. You might take guidance from the customer as to what documents they require.

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us again.

Kind regards,
Ian James
 
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