By 1 Jan 2021, UK business must supply commercial invoices when exporting to the EU.
To prepare for Brexit and beyond, we’re shedding some light on how your business can use the International Commerce Code feature in Unleashed to create customs-compliant commercial invoices. We’ve also curated some invaluable resources including Covid grants and loans, how-to guides and more.
3 ways Unleashed keeps you on top of customs requirements
The International Commerce Code feature in Unleashed allows you to store and report on customs-compliant information, and create commercial invoices in Unleashed.
International shipments from the UK to EU destinations will soon require a commercial invoice. You’ll be able to stay compliant with the latest requirements when you can manage it all from one place.
Builds efficiency and accuracy
You can create commercial invoices directly from Unleashed. This means fewer manual workarounds for your team, and that means making fewer mistakes.
Allows bulk import product data
You can bulk import international customs attributes like the international commerce code, product description, country of origin and supplementary unit into Unleashed.
To find out more about how to use International Commerce Codes in Unleashed, check out the step-by-step instructions on our help file or watch this Academy video:
This feature is free for all users. To get started, toggle on the feature under your organisation settings.
Great resources to help you prepare for Brexit
We’ve collected some invaluable resources that will help you navigate Brexit and beyond:
- Covid grants and loans: Phil Oakley on options for UK firms
- Checklist: How to prepare for Brexit
- Step-by-step guide: Preparing to export goods to the EU
- How to find your commodity code
Article by Melanie Chan in collaboration with our team of Unleashed Software inventory and business specialists. Melanie has been writing about inventory management for the past three years. When not writing about inventory management, you can find her eating her way through Auckland.