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BTW import

Postby Bos » 27 Nov 2018 15:19

Krijg een email door dat dit van 6% naar 9% zou gaan?

Starting January 1, 2019 the increase of the VAT tax in the Netherlands from 6% to 9% is to be implemented.

If shipping arrangements are made in 2018, and arrival is in 2019, the 9% VAT is still applicable, so we advise to ship/import before January 1st.

Staat volgens mij wel typo in de laatste zin, "the 9% VAT is still applicable" dat zal 6% moeten zijn
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Re: BTW import

Postby 01RV » 28 Nov 2018 07:41

Klopt BE gaat eindelijk de 6% consequent toepassen, in NL is er wel een verhoging. Zal dus Antwerpen worden ipv Rotterdam voor m'n volgende aankopen uit de VS.

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Postby Bos » 28 Nov 2018 12:54

01RV wrote:Klopt BE gaat eindelijk de 6% consequent toepassen, in NL is er wel een verhoging. Zal dus Antwerpen worden ipv Rotterdam voor m'n volgende aankopen uit de VS.

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Gaan ze in BE van 10% + 21% naar 6% volgens jou?

Zou me niets verwonderen moest je de boot toch nog even moeten laten uitwijken naar NL als de wagen er al opstaat
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Postby 01RV » 28 Nov 2018 20:20

Klopt 6% via BE, heb onderstaande mail gekregen van Marlog waar ik altijd mee werk:

VERY GOOD NEWS in the oldtimer – business !!

We are proud to announce we can offer you an even better solution for the upcoming VAT change next year in the Netherlands !
We can arrange customs clearance for your oldtimers, for 6% TAX.
Same as everybody is used to at this moment.
HOW is that possible ?

Well.. In recent weeks, the Belgium Government has smoothened and eased their regulations and conditions in regards to the customs clearance for classic vehicles.
This has resulted in a steady and solid customs clearance for 6% Tax / VAT only.

So no 7% in Germany and no 9% in the Netherlands

Marlog has made a very good deal with specific Belgium Customs Offices and even up to Ministry level we have found genuine cooperation and willingness to deal with the upcoming change.
You will still have to ship to Rotterdam, Marlog will still do the professional unloading and we will bring the required vehicles to this Customs Office where we present a full set of documents.

The customs clearance will be done for 6% Tax or VAT only. No import duties.

There are a few conditions where we and the customers have to stick to, no big deal and nothing which we cannot cope with. No (written) bills of sale on a piece of paper, but ‘genuine’ printed bills of sale.

The other options you have received from us will still be applicable – especially for higher valued vehicles Denmark is still a very good, cheap and solid option.
And for the German customers who are situated in the vicinity of Hilden, it will still be interesting to divert to that option.

But in general the majority of our customers will choose the Belgium option as everybody is used to pay 6%

Finally the time factor is in our favour. As you know, the Belgium border is literally in our back-garden – only half an hour away.
Customs clearances via our contacts will take less time then via Germany or Denmark.
Direct shipments into Antwerp we would strongly not recommend. As Customs checks for these oldtimer-vehicles cannot be done inside a container, the container has to be stripped or devanned at the terminal with huge costs and risc to damages.
ATTACHED you will find the upgraded rate sheet, with the Belgium option included.
Excluded are of course Replica ‘s and Hot Rods. Same rules apply here in Holland.
Vehicles must be older then 30 years and in their original state. Again, same rules apply.

The rates shown in the Tax Sheet are excluding the normal handling and unloading charges of course.
Transport is done by open car carrier and if required, we can also offer closed transport (for a different rate of course)

Hope all is clear.
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Re: BTW import

Postby Bos » 28 Nov 2018 21:20

01RV wrote:Klopt 6% via BE, heb onderstaande mail gekregen van Marlog waar ik altijd mee werk:

VERY GOOD NEWS in the oldtimer – business !!

We are proud to announce we can offer you an even better solution for the upcoming VAT change next year in the Netherlands !
We can arrange customs clearance for your oldtimers, for 6% TAX.
Same as everybody is used to at this moment.
HOW is that possible ?

Well.. In recent weeks, the Belgium Government has smoothened and eased their regulations and conditions in regards to the customs clearance for classic vehicles.
This has resulted in a steady and solid customs clearance for 6% Tax / VAT only.

So no 7% in Germany and no 9% in the Netherlands

Marlog has made a very good deal with specific Belgium Customs Offices and even up to Ministry level we have found genuine cooperation and willingness to deal with the upcoming change.
You will still have to ship to Rotterdam, Marlog will still do the professional unloading and we will bring the required vehicles to this Customs Office where we present a full set of documents.

The customs clearance will be done for 6% Tax or VAT only. No import duties.

There are a few conditions where we and the customers have to stick to, no big deal and nothing which we cannot cope with. No (written) bills of sale on a piece of paper, but ‘genuine’ printed bills of sale.

The other options you have received from us will still be applicable – especially for higher valued vehicles Denmark is still a very good, cheap and solid option.
And for the German customers who are situated in the vicinity of Hilden, it will still be interesting to divert to that option.

But in general the majority of our customers will choose the Belgium option as everybody is used to pay 6%

Finally the time factor is in our favour. As you know, the Belgium border is literally in our back-garden – only half an hour away.
Customs clearances via our contacts will take less time then via Germany or Denmark.
Direct shipments into Antwerp we would strongly not recommend. As Customs checks for these oldtimer-vehicles cannot be done inside a container, the container has to be stripped or devanned at the terminal with huge costs and risc to damages.
ATTACHED you will find the upgraded rate sheet, with the Belgium option included.
Excluded are of course Replica ‘s and Hot Rods. Same rules apply here in Holland.
Vehicles must be older then 30 years and in their original state. Again, same rules apply.

The rates shown in the Tax Sheet are excluding the normal handling and unloading charges of course.
Transport is done by open car carrier and if required, we can also offer closed transport (for a different rate of course)

Hope all is clear.


Straf, ik ga de douane in Tienen eens contacteren, daar was het vroeger 6% toen het in Antwerpen 21% was

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