Starting March 1, 2023, new customs regulations will apply to all USPS international packages sent to European countries that follow EU customs regulations. This means that shippers must provide more detailed content descriptions on their customs forms for every item in the package. General categories will not be accepted, and descriptions must be specific to each item. USPS is providing tools to help shippers comply with these new rules.
Failing to comply with the new regulations may result in packages being returned or refused, and shippers risk losing revenue and customer satisfaction. By following the new EU regulations, businesses can increase accountability, reduce fraud, and improve the efficiency of cross-border e-commerce. Consumers should be aware of these rules and ensure they properly describe the contents of their international shipments.
The new requirements will apply to 27 European Union countries:
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