These may also be referred to as:
• Harmonised System Codes (HS Codes) = first 6 digits of a Commodity Code, used worldwide.
• Tariff Headings / Codes
• CN or Classification Codes
The UK Commodity Code is a 10-digit number used to classify goods at the point of entry into the UK or worldwide, whereas the code used for exports is 8 digits long.
It is used to determine what duty is payable, whether to apply Rules of Origin and what regulatory requirements exist. Identifying the correct commodity code is crucial.
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