Supplier’s declaration

A supplier’s declaration is a declaration by which a supplier provides information to his customer concerning the originating status of the goods he provides under the specific EU preferential trade agreement.

  • In the EU, a supplier’s declaration can be used by a supplier to declare the originating status of the goods he provides to his customer who may need this information to prove the preferential origin of the exported goods. The exported goods are either the finished product from the supplier or a product incorporating the delivered material.
  • Suppliers’ declarations are mainly used for deliveries of goods within the European Union. However, suppliers’ declarations in trade with some partner countries of the European Union are also possible.
  • A supplier’s declaration may never be used as a document on origin for claiming preferential treatment at importation.
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