We are authorised by the Department for Business Enterprise & Regulatory Affairs (formally the Department of Trade & Industry) to certify European Community (EC) Certificates of Origin and authenticate associated documents such as invoices & packing lists.
Certificates of Origin are issued to comply with Letters of Credit, foreign Customs or even at the request for a customer.
We offer an over the counter service at all International Trade Offices, a postal service or electronically via our Online Certificates system.
Should a customer require their documents legalised by the Embassy, we are able to undertake the legalisation process, thus making it easier for the customer and saving them time.
Before the Chamber can undertake this work for any company, certain formalities must be completed to comply with Certificate of Origin Rules and the following information must be lodged at the Chamber office:
The Formal Undertaking must show the company name and address. It must also show the name, position and a specimen signature of any employee who may be required to sign Certificates of Origin or other Export documentation requiring certification and/or Legalisation via the Chamber. Once completed a Director, Partner or Company Secretary must countersign the form.
The form must then be returned to the Chamber and is renewable on an annual basis.
Please note – All documents presented to the Chamber must be signed by an employee listed on the signatory list.
Please note – Documents with signatures of unauthorised persons cannot be accepted. It will be necessary to keep the Chamber informed of additions to and removal from the above listings.
If you have difficulty with scanning or inputting signatures, contact your nearest international trade office: