Export and exit
|Topic||Specified topic||Situation in 2018||Changes in stages in 2018 and onwards|
Exporters in the EU must register in the REX system, if originating products are exported to Canada in accordance with the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Canada and preferential treatment is applied for them in Canada.As regards the GSP system, REX registration is required of EU exporters concerning cumulated exports and of re-dispatchers of GSP originating products, who issue replacement statements on origin concerning re-dispatches to Norway and Switzerland.
|Export||Authorisation to lodge the export declaration to a Member State other than where the export goods are located when the declaration is lodged||The operator may still have a valid single authorisation for simplified procedures (SASP), and an AEOC can apply for an authorisation for centralised clearance where electronic data transfer between Member States cannot yet be applied to the activity in accordance with the authorisation.||The AEOC can apply for a centralised clearance authorisation when the activity is based on the new operational models, e.g. electronic data exchange between the Member States and new declaration formats. In the EU timetables, planned deployment in stages in 2021–2023.|
An Export Accompanying Document (EAD) for the goods that complies with EU specifications has been printed out and is to be presented at the office of exit.
|The EAD will no longer be required nor specified in the legislation; only the reference number of the declaration (MRN) need be presented at the office of exit.In the EU timetables, planned deployment by the end of 2023.|
|Export||Export declaration||In Finland, export declarations are submitted to the export system.||In Finland, export declarations with revised data content will be submitted to the new Customs system; in the EU timetables, deployment planned for 2021–2023.|
|Exit||Goods that exit in split consignments||The customs office that confirmed the first split consignment supervises the split and performs the final summary mainly based on the manual exit confirmations of the split consignments.||The customs office of export supervises the split and performs the final summary based on electronic exit confirmations sent from the customs office of exit regarding the split consignments. In the EU timetables, planned deployment by the end of 2023|
|Exit||Declarations upon exit||In Finland, the requirement has been to submit an electronic Arrival at Exit notification for goods that exit by sea, air or rail, and no later than on the first working day following the exit, the electronic notifications exit manifest presentation and exit notification.||In the EU, the requirement is to submit an electronic Arrival at Exit notification for goods that exit by sea, air or rail, and no later than on the first working day following the exit, exit notification. Exit manifest presentation may be used in certain circumstances. In the EU timetables, planned deployment by the end of 2023|
|Exit||Undeclared goods exiting from temporary storage||There has been no separate declaration for goods that have been in temporary storage for no more than 14 days and that exit the EU directly.||A new electronic re-export notification will be introduced in the EU for goods that have been in temporary storage for no more than 14 days and that exit the EU directly. In the EU timetables, planned deployment by the end of 2023.|
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