Our export business has seen substantial growth, and we are pleased to offer our products for sale to customers beyond the UK boundaries. Our offerings comply with the regulations of the European Economic Area (EEA).
Upon receipt of your order, we will promptly communicate your preferred method of transportation from our warehouse to the final destination
- We have established partnerships with several reputable freight operators who will be pleased to provide you with a freight quote based on the size of your order. Please note that we do not derive any financial benefits from these quotes, and they are merely a service offered to our esteemed clients.
- EU customers are required to provide their EORI number.
- Upon confirmation of shipping arrangements, we will promptly prepare your goods, including the generation of all necessary documentation such as a dangerous goods note and a commercial invoice for transit, which is provided at no cost to you.
- Please ensure that payment is made and cleared in our bank account prior to the release of your order for shipping. Upon the arrival of your consignment at the final destination, we will request the ‘shipping certificate’ from the freight company for validation purposes.
If you choose to arrange your own freight services, please inform us and we will ensure that your order is prepared and ready for collection.
We highly recommend that your selected freight provider is approved by BIFA / IATA.
Freight and Insurance Costs
“Please note that all goods are sold on an Ex Works (EXW) basis, and the cost of freight and insurance are the responsibility of the buyer.
Dangerous Goods Information
It’s necessary to have a Dangerous Goods Note for the transportation of perfumery products as they are considered hazardous. Luxscents UK Ltd offers this service for free.
A Dangerous Good is any material, whether solid, liquid, or gas, that can cause harm to individuals, other living beings, property, or the environment. These hazardous materials are categorized by the United Nations (UN).
The UN classifies and identifies hazardous goods that are considered hazardous by any means of transportation and regulates their packing, labeling, and shipping accordingly.
Luxscents UK Ltd only ships hazardous freight via road and sea and is therefore subject to the regulations outlined in the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR agreement) and the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code). Perfume is classified as a hazardous substance under Hazard Class 3 (Flammable Liquid) with UN number UN1266 and is subject to the regulations outlined in the ADR and IMDG codes.
For more in-depth information on ADR and IMDG, please visit the Health and Safety Executive website at www.hse.gov.uk/cdg/manual/regenvirnment.htm#IMDG.