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How to fill in a EUR1 Certificate

When completing the goods certificate EUR.1, it is important to be thorough and follow the specified guidelines. Here is a detailed guide to correctly fill in each field:


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


Field 2: Here you must always enter "European Community" or its English equivalent "The European Community" on the first line, and the country with which the EU has concluded a free trade agreement on the second line. If the free trade agreement was negotiated before 2011, you should formally state "European Community".


Field 3: This field is not mandatory, but if filled in, the recipient's full name and address must be entered.


Field 4: Enter the product's country of origin. If the product originates within the EU, please indicate "European Union". For goods originating in the EEA area exported to Norway, Liechtenstein or Iceland, use "EES" as the country of origin.


Field 5: The name of the receiving country.


Field 6: Information about the transport can be filled in here, but it is not mandatory.


Field 7: Any remarks are made here according to the certificate's rules.


Field 8: Enter the brand, number, number and type of the parcel and make a detailed description of the goods for which the certificate is to apply. If necessary, you can use an attachment to list the goods, but make sure that this attachment is stamped by the customs authority.


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


Field 10: This field is not mandatory, but if you have attached an invoice, you must enter the invoice number here.


Field 11: Intended for the stamp of the customs authority and the signature of the customs official.


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


Follow these guidelines carefully to correctly complete the EUR-1 Commodity Certificate and facilitate the export process.


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How to fill in a EUR1 Certificate

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