Customs procedures in the Import Declaration Service

The Import Declaration Service can be used by Customs’ cash and credit customers. The service allows you to lodge complete one-step customs declarations for postal and freight consignments for the procedures listed below.

EU procedures

4000 Release of goods for free circulation and consumption
4010 Import and release for free circulation of permanently exported goods
4051 Release for free circulation and consumption of goods placed under the inward processing procedure
4053 Release of temporarily admitted goods for free circulation and consumption
4071 Release for free circulation and consumption of goods that have been placed under the customs warehousing procedure
4091 Release for free circulation and consumption of goods placed under the procedure for processing under customs control
4200 Release for free circulation and consumption of goods exported to another Member State (VAT is paid in the Member State of final destination)
4271 Release for free circulation and consumption of goods that are placed under the customs warehousing procedure and that will be exported to another Member State (VAT is paid in the Member State of final destination)
4500 Release for free circulation and partial release for consumption of third country goods and immediate transfer of these goods to an excise or VAT warehouse
4571 Release for free circulation and partial release for consumption of goods placed under the customs warehousing procedure and immediate transfer of these goods to an excise or VAT warehouse
4900 EU import to the Åland Islands and import from an area outside the EU’s VAT system to mainland Finland or the Åland Islands
6121 Re-import of goods placed under the outward processing procedure
6122 Re-import of goods placed under the outward processing procedure (other than that referred to under code 21)
6123 Re-import of temporarily exported goods in an unaltered state

The following customs procedures with economic impact may be used by credit customers

5100 Placing goods under the inward processing procedure
5110 Return to the Union of goods that have been released for free circulation and finally exported and placing these goods under the inward processing procedure
5171 Placing goods placed under the customs warehousing procedure under the inward processing procedure
5300 Placing third country goods under the temporary admission procedure

National procedures

999 No national procedure
C01 Removal goods
C07 Consignments of negligible value (value does not exceed 150 euros)
C18 Reference materials for the quality control of medicines, see requirements and authorisations
C30 Samples of goods imported for trade promotion purposes
C31 Printed matter and advertising material imported for trade promotion purposes
C32 Products used or consumed at a trade fair or similar event, excluding alcohol, tobacco and fuels
C33 Goods imported for examination, analysis or test purposes

D01 Pallets
D02 Containers
D03 Means of transport
D04 Personal effects and goods for sports purposes imported by travellers
D05 Welfare material for seafarers
D06 Disaster relief material used to counter the effects of disasters
D07 Medical, surgical and laboratory equipment
D08 Animals
D09 Goods intended for activities in keeping with the particularities of the frontier zone
D10 Sound-, image- or data-carrying media
D11 Publicity material
D12 Professional equipment
D13 Pedagogic material and scientific equipment
D14 Packings, filled
D15 Packings, empty
D16 Moulds, dies, blocks, drawings, sketches, measuring, checking and testing instruments and other similar articles
D17 Special tools and instruments
D18 Goods subject to tests or experiments
D19 Goods imported subject to a satisfactory acceptance test provided for in a sales contract
D20 Goods used to carry out tests
D21 Samples
D22 Replacement means of production
D23 Goods to be exhibited or used at a public event
D24 Goods delivered by the owner for inspection (two months)
D25 Works of art, collector’s items and antiques
D26 Goods other than newly manufactured ones imported with a view to their sale by auction
D27 Spare parts, accessories and equipment
D28 Goods imported in particular situations having no economic effect
D29 Goods imported occasionally for a period not exceeding three months
D51 Temporary admission with partial relief from import duty

3RF Scientific instruments and apparatus
3RG Animals specially prepared for laboratory use, delivered free of charge
3RI Biological or chemical substances imported for non-commercial purposes
3RJ Miscellaneous documents and articles sent free of charge to authorities and organisations

7AH Bills and coins referred to section 59(1) of the VAT Act
7AI Dentures referred to in section 36(3) (Reg. 2658/87, VAT Act section 94(1)(11))
7AK Special automatic data processing software, imported by an entrepreneur (Regulation 2658/87, VAT Act section 94 a)
7FE Import relief from double taxation
7KP Equipment for military use
7MD Diplomatic goods
7RA Returned goods, sold inclusive of tax
7RB Returned goods, sold exclusive of tax
7SA Inward processing - standard authorisation procedure
7SB Inward processing - simplified authorisation procedure
7UA Outward processing - standard authorisation procedure
7UB Outward processing - simplified authorisation procedure
7WE Transfer to an excise warehouse

The following national procedures may be used by credit customers

7DA End-use - standard authorisation procedure - those aircraft and their spare parts and equipment listed under the commodity codes of the customs tariff which are not mentioned in Part B of the Special Provisions of the Combined Nomenclature, but whose commodity code has a footnote
7EA End-use - standard authorisation procedure - other goods mentioned in the commodity codes and footnotes of the Combined Nomenclature
7EB End-use - simplified authorisation procedure - other goods mentioned in the commodity codes and footnotes of the Combined Nomenclature
7FA End-use - standard authorisation procedure - those aircraft and their spare parts and equipment listed under the commodity codes of the customs tariff which are not mentioned in Part B of the Special Provisions of the Combined Nomenclature, but whose commodity code has a footnote. No VAT is levied.
7HA End-use - standard authorisation procedure - civil aircraft, certain spare parts and equipment for these aircraft, as well as ground flying-trainers, and their parts, intended for civil use. No VAT is levied (Combined Nomenclature, Special Provisions B, and corresponding footnote on the commodity code)
7LA End-use - standard authorisation procedure - civil aircraft, certain spare parts and equipment for these aircraft, as well as ground flying-trainers, and their parts, intended for civil use (Combined Nomenclature, Special Provisions B, and corresponding footnote on the commodity code)
7NA End-use - standard authorisation procedure - spare parts and equipment for vessels, as well as goods intended for incorporation in drilling or production platforms and tubes, pipes, cables and their connection pieces, linking these platforms to the mainland (Combined Nomenclature, Special Provisions A)
7PA End-use - standard authorisation procedure - spare parts and equipment for vessels. No VAT is levied. (Combined Nomenclature, Special Provisions A)

It is not possible to use any other procedures in the Import Declaration Service

                            

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