Scenario: You have drawn up a transit document from the United Kingdom (or from Ireland) that continues to accompany the goods until their final destination in the european hinterland (so-called transit document; T1/T2). Hence, the transit documents should not be signed off in the Netherlands.
To make sure that the goods may proceed through the hinterland to it’s final destination, follow this procedure:
Your carrier ( / ferry operator) will have to declare your goods as ‘passing though upon arrival’.
Please note! A transit document from the UK can be recognised by the first 5 characters: “21GB00” A number starting with “21GB01X” is not a transit document, but an export document from the UK.