A temporary admission is a operation involving the introduction of goods to a with the suspension of fees and taxes. These products are intended to be re-shipped in an identical condition within a period defined beforehand.
For these purposes, the is a passport for goods to be used abroad on a temporary . It replaces declarations to be made when crossing a border and relieves its holder from providing the guarantees required for the operations carried out (deposit and security).
The is mainly used to:
The is a simplified which can be used to transport goods in the event of a temporary stay, by freight or in accompanied luggage.
An is valid for one year in over 75 countries around the world part of the Brussels ATA Convention (1961) and/or the Istanbul Convention (1990).
To be valid, an must be issued by an organisation approved by the authorities and affiliated with an international guarantee chain. In France, the is issued by Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CCI).
To receive an , an application must be made to your CCI. Formalities take place online using the Electronic Management of International Formalities (GEFI) platform.
Companies must provide:
During the initial application, the company must provide a photocopy of the holder's identity document and a KBIS extract.
The cost of an depends on the value of the goods and the number of destinations in question, including fixed costs and variable costs.
An is an A4 document with 3 distinct parts:
Journeys made may be simple return trips or circular or star-shaped (successive returns trips between different countries). The then includes as many inserts and sheets as operations planned.
Regulation (EEC) No 2365/91 from the Commission of 31 July 1991 laying down the conditions for using the for the temporary admission of goods in the territory of the Community and for the temporary export of goods outside this territory.