What is an ATR document?
Chamber International is authorised to issue ATR1 certificates on behalf of H.M Revenue & Customs.
An ATR document enables goods to qualify for tariff preferences on imports and exports between the EC and Turkey. Comprehensive information on ATR’s can be found in Customs Notice 812.
We are here to help you. No matter where you are in the UK we have a dedicated service that can walk you through the ATR process, to take away the confusion so you can get on with what matters to you. Much of what you need to know is wrapped up in Customs Notices and busy exporters don't always have time to read this detail. If it's the same for you, contact Alison Holmes, our ATR specialist, for help.
Goods which normally qualify for preference are:
Industrial products: goods which originate in, or are in free circulation in either the European Community or Turkey.
Agricultural products: most agricultural products qualify for preference only if they originate in the European Community or Turkey. Further information can be found in Customs Notice 812, Section 5.
European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) products: ECSC products qualify for preference only if they originate in the European Community or Turkey. Further information can be found in Customs Notice 812, Section 4.
Where can I get supplies of forms?
Telephone Chamber International on 0845 034 7200 to order the forms. Orders received before 4pm Monday to Friday are despatched the same day by first class post. A handling fee of £6 including VAT is payable at the time of ordering. (We accept debit and credit cards).
How much does it cost to issue an ATR?
The issue fee is £47.88 including VAT. You can pay by debit/credit card or cheque payable to Chamber International.
How do I complete an ATR?
Please refer to Customs Notice 812, Section 8.
What other documents do I need to send with my application?
We will need a copy of your export invoice, copy of the Customs Entry* or Exporter Statement, payment of the issue fee and an SAE if the documents are required to be returned by post.
*A copy of the Customs Entry is normally obtainable from your freight forwarder.
Where do I send my ATR application?
Post your application to: Chamber International, Devere House, Vicar Lane, Little Germany, Bradford BD1 5AH, West Yorkshire.
Can I apply for an ATR after shipment?
Yes. You can apply for a retrospective ATR, please refer to Customs Notice 812, Section 4.9 for further details.
What if I lose my ATR?
Who should I speak to for advice?
If you have not used the service before contact our new account handler: Lydia Moi on 0845 034 7200 or email
For help with finding a HS code for your products or using the Public Notice telephone Alison Holmes on 0845 034 7200.
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