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While importing an item from China, does the shippers invoice have to show the Quantity of item + value of each item + total value?

Or is the quantity and total value enough?
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Description, quantity, unit value and total value.
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Does UK customs open the actual product to have a look?
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Also need to have a shipping declaration on the paperwork.
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They can do sometimes if they suspect it of being declared incorrectly, a replica item, or a whole host of other reasons.
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Does UK customs open the actual product to have a look?
Definitely - if the declaration is off or if they have suspicions, you can bet they will look at the product very closely. They dont simply pass boxes
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Does UK customs open the actual product to have a look?
Yes.

Any incoming parcel faces this possibility.

It's part of the 'risk' of importing.

We have had that dreaded tape on boxes after release from HMRC.

Last lot landed via Stansted Airport & was fabric. All opened up but later released. Was 100% silk they checked out. Simple reason: label had been damaged badly in transit.

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The label was damaged? Wow - hope you told the seller to make note for future shipments.
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The label was damaged? Wow - hope you told the seller to make note for future shipments.
Nope.

Have a new supplier.

No time to educate idiots.

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Nope.

Have a new supplier.

No time to educate idiots.

Classy
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yeh if your suppier doesnt get it right first time, find someone else that can
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Always need to research the quality of of both goods and delivery
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