Updated: Mar 14
Effective from 28 March 2023, HMRC has advised that Goods Movement Reference (GMR), which has been mandatory for all vehicles using the freight route at GVMS locations / roro ports and vehicles moving goods under transport contract, will need to be raised before the goods arrive at the Internal Border Facility (IBF) or the port.
If you move goods via GVMS locations, using an ATA Carnet, TIR Carnet or paper SAD you must ensure your ATA/TIR/SAD references are included in a Goods Movement Reference (GMR) before attending the port/IBF for endorsement of the documentation, where any holds placed on the GMR will be released.
If you do not include your ATA/TIR/SAD references in the GMR, your movement could be delayed. If you are planning on using a carnet and you still aren’t sure how to complete it, please make sure to check our upcoming ATA Carnet Step-by-Step Workshop on 22nd of March, where we will cover the step-by-step process of applying for an ATA Carnet and what you should know to successfully manage it. Topics that will be covered:
What is an ATA Carnet
The application process through eCert
The General List
How the Security works and your different options
How to manage your ATA Carnet
If you can not make the workshop, you can also book a one-to-one session with a member of our team. Members get preferential rates.
For more details or to book your place, click here. If you would like further information on future dates, please contact us as per the details below.
If you have any questions about the above or would like support in submitting ATA Carnets, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 393 4314.