In March, online sellers will have to be more specific when filling out customs forms on packages they send to Europe, according to the USPS. Noncompliance could result in fines and penalties as well as delivery delays.
The reason: “Effective March 1, 2023, new European Union (EU) regulations will go into effect, requiring a Harmonized System (HS) tariff code on customs forms (CN22 and CN 23) and Advance Electronic Data (AED), for all EU-bound goods,” according to the US Postal Service.
The new regulation directly impacts online sellers who ship to Europe using the Postal Service. The USPS Industry Alert