With the shipcloud app for Shopware 6 you can create a customs declaration together with the shipping label.

In this article, you will learn how to maintain the country of origin and the customs tariff number on your products for creating a customs declaration with shipcloud in Shopware 6,

Log in to your Shopware 6 backend and call up the menu item "Catalogues" >> "Products". In the product overview, you will see all the articles that you have already created in Shopware.

Click on the three dots on the right side of the corresponding article and select "Edit".

Now switch to the "Specifications" tab at the top of the item detail view and scroll down to the "Custom fields" item. In the "Customs declaration" tab, enter the customs tariff number in the "HS Code" field and the two-digit ISO code of the country of manufacture in the "Origin country" field.

Good to know: You can search for the country codes you need on the International Organization for Standardization's (ISO) Online Browsing Platform. You can find more information about the customs tariff numbers directly on the customs website.

After editing, scroll back up and click the "Save" button on the right to apply your changes.

Any further questions? We're happy to help.

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