International Trade Support

The Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce International Trade Service is open to all businesses in the area providing support, guidance and documentation. Our services include Customs Declarations, Export Documentation, Transit Documentation, International Trade Missions and much more.

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Import-Export Services

Import-Export Services

The Chamber’s International Trade Service is open to all businesses in Tayside

We provide Export Documentation, Customs Clearance, Training and assist businesses in making connections in international markets. - If you're already navigating the tricky waters of International Trade or just dipping your toe, we can help. 

Full list of services and prices for 2022.

Contact International Team

If you're looking for support, information on trade missions or would like to use our Customs Clearance or Export Documentation service, feel free to get in touch with our International Team



Customs Clearance for importers and exporters, of all sizes, throughout Tayside and Fife.

ChamberCustoms is the only UK service that offers a 'One stop shop' with the ability to clear goods at any major GB port as well as issue T1 transit declarations.

Our Customs Clearance service is delivered through a partnership with ChamberCustoms Ltd - a British Chambers of Commerce venture. Together, we can can draw on our extensive knowledge, reputation and first-class service in facilitating international trade.

The service is offered direct to businesses throughout Dundee, Angus, Perth and Fife, ensuring that customs clearance is accurate, timely and helps you avoid unnecessary costs, delays or errors.

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Export Documentation

Export Documentation

We're an accredited issuer of export documentation.

Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce is an accredited issuer of export documentation and can assist businesses on how to access and process the documents they need to get their goods to world markets.

We process documents for over £90 million worth of goods each year, from businesses of all sizes.

EU Trade Hub

The European Union is Scotland's 2nd largest trading partner.

Learning how to trade with the EU can open up opportunities for additional trade and partnerships for your business. Our EU Trade Hub is a collection of information, resources and guides to help you move your goods or services to and from the EU successfully.

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Letters of Credit

Letters of Credit

From review to verification, Acorn Intl Letter of Credit service can help reduce your risk when trading overseas.

Importing and exporting involves risks. Exporters run the risk of buyers failing to pay for goods, while importers may risk paying but never receiving anything. Because of the distances involved, it may be difficult to resolve any disputes.

One way of reducing the risks is to use a letter of credit. This can offer a guarantee to the seller that they will be paid, and the buyer can be sure that no payment will be made until they receive the goods.

Prices start at £350 +VAT.

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Trade Missions

Trade Missions

Explore international business opportunities.

Scottish Chambers Network trade missions provide an opportunity for Scottish exporters to explore international business opportunities. As a delegate, you’ll be introduced to key business contacts, distributors, agents, partners, buyers and sellers. You’ll also attend briefings from government officials and business support organisations.

Current Trade Missions

Certified Training

Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce is proud to provide a Certified International Trade Training course - delivering 6 comprehensive training modules covering everything required to get you, and your staff up to speed on the technical aspect of International Trade.

By completing all 6 modules in our blended learning training, you'll receive a Vocational Qualification.

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Useful links

UK Gov Department of International Trade

Department for International Trade (DIT) have launched a new Q&A service for exporters:  

There is new checking tool on GOV.UK to assist with how to import or export goods:

Intrastat Declarations

There will be no Intrastat requirement for the movement of goods exported from GB to the EU or goods imported from EU to GB, from 1 January 2022.  For NI imports from EU and NI exports to the EU, Intrastat will continue to be required for the lifetime of the Northern Ireland Protocol, which will be at least 4 years:  

Trading and moving goods in and out of Northern Ireland

this guidance has been recently updated and can be found here: