Manufactured in the EU (or Turkey)
Goods are manufactured in the EU (or Turkey) if they originate in the EU (or Turkey) or the place of manufacture is in any of the EU member countries (or Turkey)
Free Circulation status within the EU (or Turkey),
– Goods imported from outside the Community or Turkey have â€˜free circulationâ€™ status if all import formalities have been completed and any customs duties or equivalent charges have been paid and not repaid in whole or in part, or
– Goods manufactured in the Community and/or Turkey wholly or partly from materials or parts originating outside the Community or Turkey have â€˜free circulationâ€™ status if all import formalities for the materials or parts have been completed and any customs duties or equivalent charges have been paid and not repaid in whole or in part.
The above qualification for â€˜free circulationâ€™ is valid irrespective of the â€˜ origin â€™ of the goods. For this reason, the ATR constitutes an advantage over the other existing preferential agreements (e.g. EUR1).
Certification is the validation of the authenticity of a document. TBCCI is an authorised Chamber under the authority delegated by the government to complete certification processes such as the ATR.
Legalisation is the confirmation that a signature, seal or stamp on a company or personal document prepared by a Chamber of Commerce, UK solicitor, notary public or registrar is authentic before such documents can be accepted outside the United Kingdom. Depending on the purpose of the use of documents outside the UK, the certified documents may have to be legalised by the Turkish Consulate in London or the FCO, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
EU Member countries:
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, the Republic of Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
Terms of Delivery (Incoterms 2000)
Incoterms (International Commerce Terms) is a series of standardised abbreviations expressing contractual obligations of parties to an international sale specifying terms of Delivery. Incoterms (FOB, CIF, EXW, FCA, FAS, CFR, CPT, CIP, DAF, DES, DEQ, DDU or DDP) are used generally as a short hand way of defining the contractual obligations of the buyer and the seller regarding the place of delivery, loading, transport, unloading, insurance, duties of the goods and which costs are incurred by whom and where. To view these Terms of Delivery click on Incoterms 2000.
(Bill of Lading (BOL or B/L), Standard Shipping Note (SSN), CIM Consignment Note, Export Cargo Shipping Instruction (ECSI, CMR Consignment Note, Air Waybill (AWB), Dangerous Goods Note Air Waybill, House Air Waybill, TIEX Note, Transfer Note, Water Note). Click on Transport Documents for a description of the main transport documents that may be required for UK export procedures.
TBCCI ATR Certification and Legalisation services An ATR form acceptable to Turkish authorities must be certified in the UK. The Turkish British Chamber of Commerce and Industry is authorised to certify ATR documents. For further information about the TBCCI Certification and Legalisation services, click onÂ Document CertificationÂ orÂ Document Legalisation.