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EORI

EORI (Economic Operator Registration and Identification Number) is a unique number used in the European Union for the identification of companies and individuals (economic operators — special legal status) engaged in a customs-related field in the EU. A business can operate both in and out of the EU. Each company working with importation, exportation, or transit of goods is obliged to get this number that makes its activity legal and enables a company to work freely in an inter-economic area.
EORI
EORI (Economic Operator Registration and Identification Number) is a unique number used in the European Union for the identification of companies and individuals (economic operators — special legal status) engaged in a customs-related field in the EU. A business can operate both in and out of the EU. Each company working with importation, exportation, or transit of goods is obliged to get this number that makes its activity legal and enables a company to work freely in an inter-economic area.