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EUR.1 Certificate

A EUR.1 certificate, also known as a Certificate of Origin or Goods Certificate EUR.1, is an indispensable document for companies engaged in international trade. This certificate establishes the origin of the goods you are exporting and can provide your business with significant advantages by reducing customs duties and simplifying customs clearance. Having the correct documentation in place is crucial to ensuring smooth and cost-effective cross-border trade.

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How We Can Help You:

Expertise in Customs Matters


With our team of experienced customs specialists, Tullify guides you through the entire EUR.1 certificate application process. We ensure all documentation is accurately completed and compliant with current regulations. Our deep knowledge of customs procedures and regulations helps you avoid common pitfalls that can lead to delays or extra costs.

Time Savings


We understand the value of your time. By letting Tullify handle the entire EUR.1 certificate process, you reduce your administrative burden. This frees up time for you to focus on your core business and other strategic initiatives that drive your company forward.

Maximize Your Benefits


Our goal is to help you fully leverage the benefits of the EUR.1 certificate. We ensure your goods meet all origin rules, qualifying for preferential tariff treatment. This can lead to significant savings and improved competitiveness in international markets.

With Tullify by your side, you can take full advantage of the EUR.1 certificate's benefits. We simplify your international trade, save time and resources, and maximize your global competitiveness.

Let us help you optimize your international trade. Contact Tullify today to start taking advantage of the benefits of the EUR.1 certificate. Your success is our priority, and we are here to support you every step of the way.

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How to Fill Out a EUR.1 Certificate

Correctly filling out a EUR.1 goods certificate is crucial to ensuring that your goods receive the appropriate treatment during customs clearance. Here is a detailed guide for each field in the certificate:

  • Field 1: Enter the full name and address of the exporter.

  • Field 2: Always enter "The European Community" on the first line. On the second line, specify the country with which the EU has a free trade agreement. If the agreement was negotiated before 2011, formally write "The European Community."

  • Field 3: This field is optional, but if filled out, enter the recipient's full name and address.

  • Field 4: Specify the product's country of origin. If the product originates within the EU, write "European Union." For goods originating within the EEA area that are exported to Norway, Liechtenstein, or Iceland, use "EEA" as the country of origin.

  • Field 5: Enter the name of the recipient country.

  • Field 6: Transportation details can be filled in here, but it is not mandatory.

  • Field 7: Any remarks according to the certificate's rules should be entered here.

  • Field 8: Specify the marks, numbers, quantity, and type of packages, and provide a detailed description of the goods covered by the certificate. If necessary, you can use an annex to list the goods, but ensure this annex is stamped by the customs authority.

  • Field 9: Gross weight or other quantity of the goods.

  • Field 10: This field is optional, but if you have attached an invoice, you must enter the invoice number here.

  • Field 11: Reserved for the customs authority's stamp and signature of the customs officer.

  • Field 12: Exporter's declaration, including place, date, and the exporter's signature.


Follow these guidelines carefully to correctly fill out the EUR.1 goods certificate and facilitate the export process. If this seems challenging or if you do not have time to complete it, contact Tullify and we will handle it for you.

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