Brexit implications

2020/01/01

All KAISER+KRAFT deliveries to Ireland, with the exception of some projects, are processed through our UK Operations Centre. From 1st January 2021, UK has left the EU and this has resulted in some changes as to how we process and invoice orders to customers in Republic of Ireland. ALL Republic of Ireland Customers will now need an EORI Number to facilitate the export of products from UK to Ireland.

Business customers

If you are a VAT registered business;
  • We will ask for your VAT Number and EORI Number, in order to complete the Customs declaration for your order.
  • KAISER+KRAFT LTD. will not be making any additional charges for customs declarations.
  • We will supply a commercial invoice with no VAT.
  • Import VAT will be charged by Irish Revenue. You can account for the Import VAT as part of your normal deferred VAT account.

For more information on Imports to Ireland you can access the Irish Revenue website here.

Personal customers

and Non VAT registered businesses;
  • We will ask for your EORI Number, in order to complete the Customs declaration for your order.
  • KAISER+KRAFT LTD. will not be making any additional charges for customs declarations.
  • Prior to the end of the Transition period, KAISER+KRAFT would have charged 20% UK VAT on your order under the Distance Selling regulations. VAT regulations have now changed and we will no longer charge VAT on your order.
  • Import VAT will be charged by Irish Revenue.

If you do not have an EORI number, you can apply for one here

Additional information

Should you have any questions on this process you can contact out Customer Service team