What is a TAD?
If the freight is going to a different country other to the one it arrived in it will require a TAD (Transit Accompanying Document).
This is a transit document (previously known as T1) and it means that no taxes need to be paid until it reaches its destination country. For example, freight is heading for Germany but going into Calais, this will require a TAD. Also contains MRN and barcode. If you need a TAD you will not need an EAD. TAD needs to be closed in the country of destination at an office, check if they have a preferential one or will choose one close to the final delivery point.Back