Certificate of Origin (CvO) and EUR.1 document
Exports to many countries outside the EU require an origin document stating the country from which the product originates. Normally, a Certificate of Origin (CvO) is used. You should use a EUR.1 document or EUR-MED document for countries with which the European Union has concluded trade agreements. These documents entitle you to a reduction of import duty or in some cases even an exemption. You can request a Certificate of Origin, EUR.1 document or EUR-MED document digitally or in writing from the Chamber of Commerce.
The Customs papers required differ per product and per country to which you want to export. As a general rule, products must be accompanied by a commercial invoice and a transport document. The EU’s Market Access Database shows the documents required for a large number of countries for individual products and the levies such as import duty, excise duty and VAT.