ThirdExporter®


Are you impacted by the definition of exporter imposed by the CDU and
its implementation by more and more Member States gradually?

Since the entry into force of the new definition of exporter imposed by the Union Customs Code, more and more Member States have simply stopped allowing companies established outside the European Union to be listed as exporters in box 2 of the SAD (Single Administrative Document, i.e. the export declaration).

FISCALEAD has set up a tool dedicated to exporters established outside the European Union. Here are some examples of its practical application

The ThirdExporter® solution


Example 1 :
  • You are a non-EU company (established outside the European Union) and your sales contract under which the goods are to be exported outside the European Union is ALREADY signed between you and your customer/supplier.
  • According to the terms of this contract your non-EU company must take care of the export customs formalities.
Example 2 :
  • You are a non-EU company and your sales contract under which the goods are to be exported outside the European Union is NOT yet signed between you and your customer/supplier.
  • Although you are a non-EU company, you wish to remain in charge of exports in the context of your commercial negotiations and do not wish to delegate it to your client.
Your issues
  1. Your company is not established in the customs territory of the European Union.
  2. You do not want to set up a company in the EU solely for the purpose of these exports.
  3. You do not have an EU company in the transaction chain willing to take on this role of exporter in the customs sense.
  4. You want to preserve the benefit of the exemption in relation to these exports.
Your issues
  1. Your company is not established in the customs territory of the European Union.
  2. You do not want to set up a company in the EU solely for the purpose of these exports.
  3. You do not have an EU company in the transaction chain willing to take on this role of exporter in the customs sense.
  4. You want to preserve the benefit of the exemption in relation to these exports.

Our ThirdExporter® solution:
You need a third party exporter who will take on this role on behalf of your non-EU company for customs purposes!


So, if you are a Swiss, Norwegian, British or any other third country company and you used to export goods from your stock in Europe, we provide you with our ThirdExportersolution.

Our online solution is dedicated to so-called "simple" exports: goods subject to restrictions, goods for which you wish to claim a preferential origin are excluded.

If you would like us to act on your behalf as a Third Party Exporter,
contact us for a quotation within 48 hours.

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