When exporting, can anyone recommend a courier that doesn't charge multiline / additional tariff line fees? This is when you typically have more than 5 lines on a commercial invoice and the carrier (UPS, DHL etc) charges a fee per additional line. These fees are extortionate for small value items and are typically £2.50 to £5 per line. We've found with DHL there is possibly a relaxation of this rule if the customs info goes electronically (i.e. no paper commercial invoice on the package), but it it likely destination country dependent e.g. France seems ok, but Ireland is a definite no. Germany with UPS is looks to be a major money spinner for UPS We've tried to confirm the exact processing rules with UPS & DHL but getting an answer seems impossible - constant referrals and promises to call-back is the norm. Depending on your business, it may be possible to state the same generalised tariff code for all items (even though a more specific code could apply), but you'll still need to declare different countries of origin perhaps and even that could go over the 5 line limit. Is this an acceptable practice? We don't (knowingly) have an issue to USA / Canada / Australia etc and the problem has only come to light post Brexit to the EU as DHL for instance, only introduced the fee in 2020.