United Kingdom to Montenegro
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The EUR1 certificate shall be issued by the customs authorities of the exporting country or territory on application having been made by the exporter. The exporter must be able to proof at any time the originating status of his products concerned. This form is valid for products of any value and must accompany the shipment in original.
Details of the preferential agreements the EU has in place could be found on the EU website:
Invoice Declaration (EUR1)
An invoice declaration can be made out by a so called approved exporter for originating products of any value or by any exporter limited to originating products whose value does not exceed EUR 6,000.
The customs authorities of the exporting country or territory can authorised exporters who frequently exports products under the Agreement to make out invoice declarations irrespective of the value of the products concerned. Exporters granted with such an authorisation are referred to as approved exporter. The customs authorities grant him with a customs authorisation number which shall appear on the invoice declaration.
The exporter making out an invoice declaration must be able to proof the originating status of the products to the customs authorities of the exporting country or territory at any time.
An invoice declaration has to be made out by the exporter by typing, stamping or printing on an invoice, the delivery note or another commercial document. An invoice declaration shall bear the original signature of the exporter. An approved exporter shall not be required to sign such declarations provided he accepts full responsibility for any invoice declaration identifying him as exporter.
The text of the invoice declaration is laid down in the preferential trade agreement. Details of the preferential agreements the EU has in place could be found on the EU website:
For more information,please refer to Free Trade Agreements
Bilateral free trade agreements or unilateral autonomous preferential agreements allow the import clearance of certain products with a reduced duty rate or with a full duty exemption. The products benefiting from the preferential treatment must fulfil the necessary rules of originating in a country or territory covered by the preferential trade agreement.
An exporter who wants his products to benefit from the preferential treatment must be able to proof that his products fulfil the rules to be originating in a country or territory covered by the preferential trade agreement and they must provide a preferential document validated by the customs authorities or document with a valid preferential statement issued by themselves.
The preferential trade agreement foresees the following preferential proofs above.
For charges made for Export Shipments from United Kingdom to the destination country or territory, please refer to Brokerage Services and Charges-Export Shipments with United Kingdom as the destination.
Valid Driving Licenses can be shipped as documents. The description must clearly state 'driving license'. Shipping driving licenses require the approval of the UK customs authorities. A delay of minimum one day has to be calculated.
Please check the import related information if driving licenses are allowed for importation.
Mobile phones to all destinations from United Kingdom can be delayed on export due to security checks from government bodies.
Goods under IATA Special Provisions A67 require a MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet).
It is not required for all, however shipments can be held by local authority in United Arab Emirates after screening due to lack of MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) or NON DG (Dangerous Goods) declaration letter from the shipper resulting to misconnections and impacting end-to-end service.
It would be advisable for all shipments originating, transiting and terminating for UAE to have MSDS or NON DG declaration from shipper enclosed in the shipment and copies to be uploaded in IDIS.
Export procedure ex United Kingdom
A formal electronic export declaration must be sent to customs authorities by the exporter or their representative. Customs authorities grant the release for export and issue an Export Accompanying Document (EAD) with a unique Movement Reference Number (MRN). UPS operated simplified procedures allowing export formalities to be completed upto 14 days after export.
An informal declaration is possible for shipments up to a national threshold. The informal declaration is based on the invoice value and is restricted to shipments not subject to prohibitions and restrictions (for example, embargo regulations) or special export procedures (for example, temporary export). The informal clearance will be done by UPS at the point of exit.
Shipments up to a value of 873.00 GBP can be declared informally on the basis of the invoice.
The EORI (European Union Registration and Identification) number needs to be included with the Invoice for any shipment with value exceeding 873.00 GBP. The EORI number can be obtained by the shipper using website link: www.gov.uk/EORI
UPS offers the service to prepare export declarations on behalf of the exporter without additional fees.
Valid passports can be shipped as documents. The description must clearly state 'passport'. Shipping passports require the approval of the UK customs authorities. A delay of minimum one day has to be calculated.
Please check the import related information if passports are allowed for importation.
Goods made of metal from Russia, former CIS countries or territories and Poland are still considered radioactive (because of their location close to Chernobil nuclear disaster). Due to national Customs law, these goods must have a radiology test by a special institution when imported into Montengro. Dutiable electronic or computer parts from Taiwan are subject to antidumping duty.
Please note that not only the value(s) of the commodity/commodities have to be considered when calculating duty and tax, but also the freight charge and other fees.
UPS cannot deliver to a P.O. Box address. All packages require a consignee's contact name and complete street address including apartment, suite or unit number if applicable. The consignee's telephone number should be provided if known.
- Service is available to and from certain cities.
- UPS cannot deliver to a P.O. Box address. All packages require a consignee's contact name and complete street address including apartment, suite or unit number if applicable. The consignee's telephone number should be provided if known.
- Saturday, Sunday, and official holidays.
- Spring +0200/ Fall +0100
- European Monetary Unit (Euro)(EUR)
- Shipping charges can be billed to the shipper, receiver or a third party.
- When billing the receiver, either the shipper or receiver's account number is required.
- When billing to a third party, the third party's name, country or territory and account number are required.
- Duties and taxes can be billed to the shipper, receiver or a third party.
When billing a third party, the third party's name, country or territory and account number are required.
If the duties and taxes are billed to an account outside of the destination country or territory, a "Duty and Tax Forwarding" surcharge will be applied.
- Please note the following third party billing exceptions:
- Shipments to and from the same country or territory (domestic shipments) cannot be billed to third party payors in other countries or territories. For example, shipments from Mexico to Mexico or Canada to Canada cannot be billed to a third party payor in the U.S. This rule does not apply to UPS domestic services in European Union countries or territories. For example, shipments from Germany to Germany can be billed to a third party payor in the U.S. (as long as the payor is a business and has a VAT or Tax/EIN ID on file with UPS).
- When paying by credit card, check, or cash, only the shipper can be billed the shipping charges
Commodity Specific Stipulations
There are special stipulations on the following commodities when shipping to Montenegro. If you plan to ship one of the commodities listed below, be sure to adhere to the following stipulations in order to avoid delays and holds at customs.
- Bank Cards which are requested to be sent out of the United Kingdom should be declared for referral to HMRC and await their approval to send.
- An invoice is required on all shipments containing a CD-Rom/Disk. Invoice should indicate the value of the Recording Media (eg. CDR/DVD) & the Intellectual/statistical value of the software/data separately
- Tickets for events like stage performances, football matches or concerts must be sent as non-doc shipments. The invoice must show the manufacturing costs of the ticket.
- Data shipments to Montenegro require an invoice with the value of the CD-ROM or disk only.
- Invoice must have description of part, its components and machine it is used for.
- Passports which are requested to be sent out of the United Kingdom should be declared for referral to HMRC and await their approval to send.
- Shipments of smoked salmon require a veterinary certificate.
No Information found on this topic for the selected country or territory.
Non-document shipments to Montenegro must include 1 original and 2 copies of an invoice.
Shipments of documents do not require an invoice.
The consignee's telephone number, mobile number and email address if available, should appear on the invoice.
Items Classified as Documents
The destination country or territory considers the following items document shipments. If criteria are listed, the shipment must meet the criteria to be considered a document shipment.
- Blank and validated airline tickets. Issued airline tickets should be listed as a document with no value.
- Blank, payroll and personal checks.
- Must be personalized to be considered documents.
UPS can recommend which forms you need based on a few simple criteria. Forms can be completed online or printed. See which forms you need.
Prohibited or Restricted Commodities
In addition to the prohibited commodities listed here, it is prohibited to ship the following commodities to Montenegro.
- Antique shipments are restricted from Europe, the Middle East and Africa and can only be shipped with an International Special Commodities (ISC) contract. Antiques are defined as a work of art, piece of furniture, decorative object, or silverware that is 100 years old or older.
- Artwork shipments are restricted from Europe, the Middle East and Africa and can only be shipped with an International Special Commodities (ISC) contract.
Paintings or other works of art can be accepted if the artist is still alive, the artwork is replaceable and an art dealer or gallery has appraised the artwork within the last year. If the declared value of the artwork is greater than $100.00 and there is a claim, the shipper must provide a copy of the original invoice, a bill of sale, or other proof certifying in writing the actual cost or replacement cost of the item.
Artwork includes the following: Original engravings, prints, lithographs, original sculptures, statuary.
The term "Artwork" does not apply to: architectural, engineering, industrial, topographical, commercial drawings, hand-painted or hand-decorated manufactured articles.
- Individuals cannot import medicine.
Registered medical companies with an Import License are allowed to import medicine only.
- Mobile phones to all destination countries from United Kingdom can be delayed on export due to security checks from government bodies.
- Personal Effects cannot be shipped between these countries or territories
Saturday Delivery Available: Yes
Not available in all areas. Always check the international time in transit system for details of service availability within a country or territory.
Always check Calculate Time and Cost for details of service availability and guarantee information within a country or territory. All Service Levels may not be available to or from every address within a country or territory.
- UPS Worldwide Express Plus
- UPS Worldwide Express Saver
Special Clearance Requirements
Shipments sent to Embassies must be Customs cleared with special paperwork, Act of Protocol, issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. These shipments are cleared without duty or taxes being charged.
Shipments sent to foreign non-profit agencies must be Customs cleared with special paperwork, Act of Protocol, issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. These shipments are cleared without duty or taxes being charged.
Outward Processing Relief (goods exported from the UK for the purpose of repair)
The outward processing relief starts with the export from the UK and will be discharged with the re-importation of the repaired goods. Both steps need to be identified by UPS export or import operation.
Repair Goods: Goods requiring Export from the UK for repair Invoice requirements:
- Statement stating "Goods being sent for repair under Outward Processing Relief" should be clearly marked on the commercial invoice
- Provide serial number of goods being sent for repair. If the goods are not serialized a statement to this effect must be made on the commercial invoice
- Exporters authorized to export under OPR must include their authority number on all paperwork
- Provide correct commercial value of goods as originally paid for not a nominal value for the goods.
Failure to provide any of the above information will result in shipments being delayed.
Repaired goods: Goods being re-exported returned after repair in the UK Invoice requirements:
- Invoice should clearly state "Goods have been repaired under IPR"
- Provide either IP authorization number or Import entry details
- Provide full commercial value of goods plus cost of repair
Failure to provide any of the above information will result in shipments being delayed.
The invoice must declare the value of the commodity before the repair and the value of the repair.
The invoice must include the country or territory of origin and the reason for the return.
Samples cannot be sent to a private individual. Samples are limited to a value of 50.00 EUR per item and the word "sample" must be clearly written on either the Invoice or Proforma invoice.
New requirements have been implemented for small package shipments and are based on the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) 15, which is entitled "Guidelines for Regulating Wood Packaging Material in International Trade". ISPM 15 was adopted internationally in 2002, and is gradually being introduced by countries or territories worldwide. Wood or wood products covered by ISPM 15 include items such as packing cases, boxes, crates, drums or similar packing, pallets, box pallets and other load boards, pallet collars and skids, but exclude such processed woods as orientated strand board, particle board, plywood or veneer, created using glue, heat and pressure or a combinations thereof, and, raw wood which is 6mm or less thick. It is recommended that if a question arises on this issue, please check with the authority that issues the Phytosanitary certificates in your country or territory.
Shipments sent to United Nations Agencies must be Customs cleared with special paperwork, Act of Protocol, issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. These shipments are cleared without duty or taxes being charged.
75.00 European Monetary Unit (Euro) (EUR)
The receiver only has to pay airport warehouse handling fee of 5.00 EUR per shipment for 0-20kg.
0.00 European Monetary Unit (Euro) (EUR)