ATA CARNET Bitesize Session - Moving Goods Temporarily with an ATA Carnet

When? Wednesday 22nd June 2022 10:00 - 11:00

Where? Webinar

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Part of a series of FREE Bitesize Sessions, this will provide a basic overview of the ATA Carnet and how temporary exports work, what the regulations are and how to make sure you remain compliant.

About this event

Delivered by our partners at Greater Manchester Chamber we are pleased to launch a free series of Bitesize Sessions which will take place fortnightly. The purpose of these sessions is to provide support and advice to businesses trading internationally during this time of change.

These sessions will provide an overview of a different topic each time including: general export and import processes, border controls, and export documentation, etc. There is a full list of upcoming sessions, however, please feel free to let us know what you’d like us to cover in future sessions when registering to attend.

22nd June 2022 - Moving Goods Temporarily With an ATA Carnet

The ATA Carnet is an international Customs document which allows the temporary importation of commercial samples, professional equipment or goods going to either a trade fair or exhibition to over 70 countries & territories which are part of the ATA Carnet system.

Without an ATA Carnet it would be necessary to go through each country's customs procedures for the temporary admission of goods e.g. lodging a temporary import bond. The ATA Carnet simplifies the custom formalities by allowing a single document to be used for clearing goods through customs in the countries that are part of the ATA Carnet system.

The ATA Carnet is valid for one year and allows for movement of the goods shown on the Carnet as many times as required during the 12 months to any of the destinations applied for.

Registration deadline: 21/06/2022

This is a free webinar but you must register if you want to attend.

To book a place, please download our booking form or contact our Export team to discuss training.

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