All of our equipment for hire can be supplied with a carnet document on request.
Commonly asked questions:
What is an ATA Carnet ?
The ATA Carnet is an international customs document that can be used in different countries around the world to cover temporary use of goods without payment of Customs charges. Using a carnet:
- simplifies Customs clearance of goods in exporting and importing countries by replacing Customs documents that would normally be required
- provides a financial security for Customs charges potentially dues on goods that will be used in the countries visited
- helps to overcome the language barriers and having to complete unfamiliar customs forms
The issue and use of an ATA carnet is subject to certain conditions.
Who can use an ATA carnet ?
A carnet can be used by private travellers or businesses. When a carnet is issued, the person who can use it will named on the front cover of the carnet, this person is the 'holder'. The carnet can be used by the holder or a representative named on the carnet.
Responsibilities of the carnet holder
Whether or not the holder owns the goods they will be responsible for any customs charges that may become due if the goods are incorrectly used or not re-exported from the country visited. The holder must also ensure:
- the country to be visited accepts ATA carnets for the type of goods and use concerned, and
- that the carnet is presented to Customs for endorsement each time the goods enter or leave a country/Customs territory (for Customs purposes the EU is treated as a single territory)
Countries where Carnet is Required
Algeria - Andorra - Australia - Balearic Islands - Belarus - Bosnia & Herz Canada - Canaray Islands - Chile - China - Corsica - Cote d' Ivoire - Croatia Dubai - Gibraltar - Guernsey - Hong Kong - Iceland - India - Isle of Man Israel - Japan - Jersey - Korea - Lebanon - Liechtenstein - Macedonia Malaysia - Mauritius - Mexico - Moldova - Monaco - Mongolia - Montenegro Morocco - Nambibia - New Zealand - Norway - Pakistan - Russia - Senegal Serbia - Singapore - South Africa - Sri Lanka - Switzerland - Thailand Tunisia - Turkey - Ukraine - U.A.E - USA
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