Certificates of Origin

Ennis Chamber Certificates of Origin

Ennis Chamber is legally approved to supply and authorise Certificates of Origin to exporting businesses based in County Clare.

Ennis Chamber can issue EU Certificate of Origin and Arab Irish Certificates of Origin (both written and online versions are available).

What is a Certificate of Origin?

A Certificate of Origin is a document attesting that goods in a particular export shipment are wholly obtained or produced or manufactured or processed in a particular country (country of origin). Virtually every country in the world considers the origin of imported goods when determining what duty will be assessed on the goods or, in some cases, whether the goods may be legally imported.

Certificates of Origin are intended solely to prove the origin of goods in order to satisfy customs or trade requirements.  Certificates of Origin should only be issued when they are actually needed, for example, in the following circumstances;

  • To meet customs requirements in the importing state
  • The customer/buyer/importer (consignee) requires it
  • To meet ‘quota’ or statistical requirements imposed by the importing country
  • To comply with the banking or trade finance requirements / letters of credit

Guidelines for Completion of EU Certs of Origin

Link to online version: www.tradecert.com

EU Certificates of Origin are required when exporting from the European Union to any country outside the European Union expect Arab league countries

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Guidelines for Completion of Arab Certificates of Origin

Arab Certificates of Origin are required when exporting from the European Union to any country in the Arab league.

Arab League countries (Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen).

When exporting to Arab League countries a stamp from the Arab Irish Chamber is also required. For more information go to www.jaicc.ie/export_documentation

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