Certificate of origin of goods
A certificate of origin is a document certifying the origin of goods, issued when goods are exported to “third” (non-EU) countries, if required by the customs of the importing country.
The certificate of origin is issued for each consignment, unless otherwise provided for in the legislation of the importing country, in accordance with the October 9th 2013 Regulation (EU) No 952/2013 of the European Parliament and Council, and the July 28th 2015 Commission delegated Regulation (EU) No 2015/2446, amending of the European Parliament and Council regulation 952/2013 by adding detailed rules specifying certain provisions of the Union Customs Code.
A person must submit the following documents to the Chamber for the purpose of obtaining a certificate of origin: Receipt of the goods and sales accounts; Documents proving the origin of the goods manufacturer’s declaration, if the product originates in the Republic of Lithuania; Certificate of Origin if the goods are not of the Republic of Lithuania origin; A copy of the contract with the buyer; The power of attorney signed by the manager and the company’s stamp. In the event of remaining uncertainty, the Chamber may require additional documents proving the origin of the goods (an examination of the certificate of origin, a brief of the main technological operations, etc.). The Chamber issues a certificate of origin to the customer (original and a copy). The original is intended to be submitted to the customs authorities of the importing country, and the copy remains with the exporter.
For more information, please contact: Rasa Kripaitienė ph. 8-41-525504