Introduction of the Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS) for direct NI to GB exports

After 16 May 2021, the Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS) must be used to validate export declarations for goods moving from NI to GB, in the limited circumstances these are required, where goods are moving via Belfast, Larne or Warrenpoint ports. Export declarations continue to be required in only very limited circumstances for goods moving …

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Supplementary declarations: available guides on NICTA

The guides summarised below should provide you with the information you need to complete your supplementary declarations. However, do not hesitate to contact us if you need any support. Supplementary declarations: preparation guidance This guide explains how you can best prepare for completing supplementary declarations and the information you are required to gather. It covers: …

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Creating a Goods Movement Reference (GMR) on GVMS: new checklist available

It is important if you are a haulier or business moving goods yourself that you use the correct declaration references when obtaining your GMR on GVMS. Do not use references beginning with ‘ENS’, ‘SFD’ or ‘DEC’. These are your email IDs for TSS and will not work with GVMS. The correct process, options and data …

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Update your contact details in the TSS portal

Please check that you have given us the correct contact details for your TSS account, including your mobile phone number where available. Incorrect or out-of-date details could impact the time it takes us to contact you to provide support with your declaration submissions. You may need to update your contact details if, for example, the …

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Using your own Duty Deferment Account with TSS: coming soon

This month (May) TSS will upgrade its service allowing you to use your own Duty Deferment Account (DDA) to pay any duty calculated in your supplementary declarations. Using your own DDA provides the cashflow benefit of deferring customs duty, import VAT and excise duty for an average of 30 days. If you don’t currently have …

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