This section presents a checklist of the process involved when completing an ATR export procedure.
Exporters may appoint an agent to undertake an export procedure on their behalf; however, if the export declaration needs an explanation, the authorities will still look to the declared exporter and not the agent for clarification. The exporter is advised to be informed about the workings of export procedures. All the documents, including the ATR form, export declaration and export invoice must contain the same information.
2- DOCUMENTS AND FORMS REQUIRED FOR ATR PROCESS
Each application for an ATR certification for export or import between Turkey and the UK must be accompanied by the documents listed below:
ATR is a certificate for the movement of industrial products entitled to preferential duty rates, usually zero, for exports between the UK and Turkey. The ATR Form is described in detail in a separate section How to fill an ATR Form, where the completion of the ATR form is explained in full.
The export declaration will need to show that the goods either are manufactured in the EU (or Turkey) or have free circulation status within the UK (or Turkey). Choose one of the declaration methods below and submit it to Turkish British Chamber of Commerce and Industry together with other required documents.
i) Electronic Export Declaration: National Export System (NES)
ii) Manual Export Declaration: Single Administrative Document SAD (C88)
iii) Statement on Business Letterhead
As it is likely that you will select the ‘Statement on Business Letterhead’, you are advised to complete the Export Statement form and submit it to our Chamber as your Export Statement.
Present your export invoice to our Chamber together with the other documents