Driven by UK and international regulatory changes, from 1 January, anyone sending parcels internationally must provide electronic pre-advice customs information. This includes information on the sender, the recipient, and the details of the contents within the parcel.
Jersey Post needs to provide this electronic data to receiving countries on your behalf, and we need you to provide this data in the correct format to meet these new requirements.
We have adapted our combined postage customs label to capture this information and to include a Universal Postal Union (UPU) compliant S10 barcode that ensures each item can be linked, via the barcode, to the electronic pre-advice information.
EAD information will be automatically captured for postage labels you purchase online. To purchase and print your label online please start here.