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A paper document that goes with the shipment for excise taxation produced in the EMCS system. The document will be produced electronically in the future (e-AD).



The additional (4 digit) code which is used in addition to the 8 or 10 digit commodity code to identify certain complex variable charge's and/or anti-dumping duties.



The TAD document (T1, T2...) is produced with a barcode to go with the freight. 



Customs duties imposed on imports from specific countries in addition to the normal or preferential duty; additional duties can be introduced where the export price is below the normal value, so the import of the goods couldn't flood the market and threaten UK manufacturers.



AEO is a operator who Customs, upon application, has granted the status of authorised economic operator. AEO is a status recognised in various countries across the world.

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