We help you register with EU Customs Authorities to get an EORI number

EORI application

Get registered with EORI

A key requirement for the new ICS2 ENS filing is an EORI number (Economic Operators Registration and Identification number). At least one of the parties named as the Shipper or the Consignee on the Ocean Bill of Lading must have an EORI number. Carriers will have to provide the EORI number with effect from June 1, 2024 – that’s 6 months before ICS2 goes into full affect at the House Bill of Lading level.
You do not have to be a forwarder based in the EU to have one. Forwarders worldwide can register with EU Customs Authorities and receive an EORI. Whilst origin forwarders can use their destination partner’s EORI, you have more control if you have your own EORI.
Trade Tech processes EORI applications every week. It takes around 7 days and we charge a small fee. Get registered now! Fill out your contact details below and one of our sales representatives will contact you immediately with our EORI form for completion.
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EORI application form

Company and contact details
Also known as a Company Registration Number. A Company Reference allocated when you incorporate. This is not a mandatory field so only enter if you can find out easily
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