Extension of Common Transit Procedure to Turkey

10 December 2012

From 1 December 2012 the common transit procedure can be used to move goods between the EU and Turkey.

Common transit is used for customs transit operations between EU Member States and is generally applicable to the movement of non-community goods for which customs duties and other charges at import are at stake.  It is also used for community goods, which, between their point of departure and point of destination in the EU, have to pass through the territory of a third country.  More details of the procedure and its conditions can be found on the Common & Community Transit page of the EU website.

Holders of CT comprehensive guarantees or guarantee waivers may make prior application to extend their authorisations to include Turkey.

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