We are continuing to dispatch the EU & International orders as usual with UPS & TNT. All shipments are subject to complex customs procedures; hence the parcels may be delayed beyond our control.
As our commitment to our customers, we will continue to offer competitive prices and improve our product range.
In order to receive your shipments without any delays or issues, please ensure that you are compliant with the local regulations.
Due to the new EU complex rules for customs and VAT, we are unable to accept any European or International orders below £300.
Prior to placing an order with us, please check with your local authorities or governing bodies about the additional charges that will be applicable to your shipment, as you are solely liable to pay the duty, taxes and any other handling charges.
Since we offer a large selection of products, the following dangerous goods are restricted by customs clearance and cannot be shipped to specific destinations. If any products are affected and cannot be transported, we will notify you when your order is being processed.
In accordance with the Brexit trade deal, only goods produced in the United Kingdom and the European Union are subject to zero tariff charges. We stock a huge range of products which are manufactured outside the UK & EU, therefore tariffs will be applicable to your purchases.
Our invoices include commodity codes and the country of origin, making them ready for export and customs procedures. The following charges will apply to your shipment upon arrival;
We do not have control over the customs procedures or the delivery time frame once the parcel has been collected from our warehouse. However, we will always try to keep you updated you with the information given by our shipping agents and carriers.
In line with export guidelines, we do not charge VAT on any EU orders at the time of dispatch, if they are shipped directly from our warehouse to your EU country.
Upon arrival, the shipments are subject to customs clearances, and VAT is charged at a rate determined by your tax authorities. You should check the latest rates with the governing bodies as some of these charges are some of these charges may be refundable via your VAT returns.
A list of VAT rates applied in EU member countries published by the European Commission (last updated as of 10 June 2021)
EORI number is an identification number unique to your company and is used to track and register customs data in the EU.
To move goods between the UK, Northern Ireland, and EU countries for customs clearance, you must provide an EORI number.
We understand that the regulations and restrictions differ by regions, and this can be a complex transition.
Please contact us on 0121 236 3955 or email us at email@example.com, and our friendly sales team will try their best to help you with any queries you may have.
We would like to thank all our customers for their patience and cooperation.
This page was originally published on 07 January 2021 and has been last updated on 10 June 2021. The contents on this page are copyrighted by Apollo Accessories Ltd.