A rapidly expanding part of our business is exporting goods outside of the UK.
All of the products that we sell are free for sale within the EEA (European Economic Area).
On receipt of your order we will quickly confirm with you your preferred method of transporting the goods from our warehouse to the end destination.
- We have partnerships in place with a number of well established freight operators who will be happy to provide you with a freight quotation based on the size of your order. We do not benefit financially from these freight quotations, they are a service we offer to our valued customers.
- EU customers will need to provide your EORI number.
- On confirmation of shipping arrangements, we prepare your goods along with all necessary paperwork, including a dangerous goods note and commercial invoice for transit (free of charge).
- Payment must be cleared funds in our bank account before we can release your order for shipping.
- On arrival of your consignment at the end destination we would request from the freight company the ‘shipping certificate’ for validation of export.
If you would prefer to arrange your own freight services, just let us know and we will ensure your order is prepared and ready for collection.
Freight and Insurance Costs
Please be aware that all goods are sold Ex Works (EXW). Cost of freight and Insurance is the responsibility of the buyer.
Dangerous Goods Information
It is a legal requirement to have a dangerous goods note for transit of perfumery products as these goods are classed as hazardous. At Luxscents UK Ltd, we provide this free of charge.
A “dangerous good” is any solid, liquid, or gas that can harm people, other living organisms, property, or the environment. These dangerous or hazardous goods are classified by the UN.
UN recommendations classify and identify goods which are deemed hazardous by any means of transport and regulates the packing, labelling and shipping of these goods accordingly.
Luxscents UK Ltd ships all Hazardous freight via road and sea only and as such are subject to the regulations set out 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) and UN number UN1266 and is subject to the regulations set out in the ADR and IMDG codes.
For more detailed information on ADR and IMDG, please visit the Health and Safety Executive website at: www.hse.gov.uk/cdg/manual/regenvirnment.htm#IMDG