I want to ship to the Canary Islands. What do I have to do?

Despite being Spanish territory, the Canary Islands have a different tax system, which involves customs clearance. This means that you need to attach a Customs Invoice for your shipment to the Canary Islands detailing the contents and value of the shipped goods.

You can visit the AEAT (Spanish Tax Agency) website to find out about the taxes that apply to the value of the goods.

Whenever your shipment passes through a customs office, we recommend that you make sure that the exporter is registered with the tax agency (Tax Identification Number, Foreigners Identity Card Number), otherwise your shipment could suffer delays in clearance which could result in delays in its arrival to its final destination.

 

 

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Despite being Spanish territory, the Canary Islands have a different tax system, which involves customs clearance. This means that you need to attach a Customs Invoice for your shipment to the Canary Islands detailing the contents and value of the shipped goods.

You can visit the AEAT (Spanish Tax Agency) website to find out about the taxes that apply to the value of the goods.

Whenever your shipment passes through a customs office, we recommend that you make sure that the exporter is registered with the tax agency (Tax Identification Number, Foreigners Identity Card Number), otherwise your shipment could suffer delays in clearance which could result in delays in its arrival to its final destination.

 

 

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