Hi, I would like to ask for some help with a business structure I'm working on. The idea is: - I run a packaged food online shop as sole trader in the UK - When I make a sale, the payment goes to my UK bank account and I invoice the customer as UK sole trader. - The products are then shipped to the customer from Taiwan by a limited company I setup in Taiwan - My Taiwanese company issues an invoice to myself as UK sole trader for the service provided. My question is: how does it work with the paperwork for international shipment and customs? I read that when shipping internationally I need to provide a Commercial Invoice and an Export Packing List. But the Taiwanese company would be invoicing me as UK sole trader and not the customer. Is it ok to attach a Commercial Invoice from my Taiwanese company to me as UK sole trader, even though the package is going to the customer address? My customer should be the one responsible for customs and duties (they will be informed about that) Is there a way to avoid the customer receiving that invoice? Any advice is appreciated Thanks!