When you appoint a Customs Intermediary, you must provide a formal written authorisation, empowering them to act as a ‘direct’ or ‘indirect’ representative. Direct’ or ‘Indirect’ is explained here.
Even though this is already incorporated into our industry standard BIFA Terms and Conditions (Article 7 clarifies that in such cases Ital Logistics is deemed to be appointed, and acts as, Direct Representatives only), being tucked away in the smaller print, it is better practice to have an explicit authority.
Assuming you are appointing Ital Logistics to act as your Customs Intermediary to handle your requirements, please download the form below in either format and transpose onto your company letterhead. Once completed, please sign, scan and forward to email@example.com.