MY Export Hub

MY Export Hub is the international trade support arm of the Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce.

From expert advice to training and events, we are here to help businesses across Yorkshire wishing to globalise their operations and capitalise on international opportunities.

We provide the most competitively priced documentation service in the North and with a 50% discount for Chamber members, our efficient high-level customer service will make sure you are able to get back to doing what you do best with minimal fuss and time out of your day.

Documentation

What?

MY Export Hub offers unbeatable prices on export documentation, with a 50% discount for Mid Yorkshire Chamber members.

We have extensive experience dealing with international trade documentation and their requirements. Getting the paperwork correct is vital to be able to export goods without any costly and time consuming delays. It is always advisable to check requirements with your customer first.

Our expert staff are accredited to stamp UK Certificates of Origin, Arab – British Certificates, UK EUR1s, and a range of other commercial documents

Why is this important?

This certificate is required for customs clearance of imported goods. 

Actually, a particular country may set different “Duty rate” for same product import from a different country.

This depends on the government policies of importing country and with the relationships of the exporting country.

Origin does not refer to the country from which the goods were shipped, but to the country in which they were produced/manufactured originally.

If the products were manufactured in two or more countries, the origin is achieved in the country where the last work or the economically justifiable process is carried out.

It is common practice that if more than 50% of the cost of producing the goods (total EXW price) comes from one country (this including originating materials, labour and profit) this country is accepted as the country of origin.

When is it required?

The certificate of origin is only required if you are exporting goods to another country.

Unfortunately, there are different rules for the requirements of the certificate of origin in each country.

Some countries are satisfied with an origin declaration printed on the company’s letterhead.

In other countries, the certificate of origin must be notarized, certified by a local chamber of commerce and legalized by the trading section of its own consulate.

These latter requirements apply to many countries in the Middle East.

Here to help your business export.

MY Export Hub runs a flexible service that works around you to save your company time and money.

Our free of charge appointment service ensures that you are never waiting unnecessarily, with a prompt and efficient counter service at no extra cost.

We also accept documentation by post or online, using theEcert  portal allowing you to submit your documents without even leaving the office.

We also operate a simple and coherent pricing structure with no hidden charges or surprises, to allow you to anticipate the costs associated with international trade documentation.

Our expert staff are accredited to stamp UK Certificates of Origin, Arab – British Certificates, UK EUR1s, and a range of other commercial documents.

Our team can certify, legalise, notarise or arrange Foreign and Commonwealth Office Apostille for documents including:

UK Certificates of Origin

Freight Invoices

Packing Lists

Certificates of Conformity

Pre-Shipment Inspection

Certificates of Change of Name

Letters of Authorisation

UK EUR 1

Commercial Invoices

Price Lists

Certificates of Free Sale

Distributor Agreements

Certificates of Incorporation

Sale or Purchase Contracts

Arab-British Certificates of Origin

Nigerian Combined Certificate of Value and Origin

Health Certificates

Certificates of Analysis

Powers of Attorney

Letters of Appointment

We can also help with ATA Carnets and Letters of Credit applications.

We have extensive experience dealing with international trade documentation and their requirements. Getting the paperwork correct is vital to be able to export goods without any costly and time consuming delays. It is always advisable to check requirements with your customer first.

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