Where I work has a customer based in NL who have requested that the VAT invoices we raise for the goods are raised in euros at 21% (NL VAT rate). The goods invoices being raised separately in dollars.
They have said this is due to the goods we are selling them coming from a bonded warehouse, also in the Netherlands, therefore not import.
We are not registered for Dutch VAT, and the NL VAT number quoted on the invoice was for a company that we use for custom clearance, with the statement "limited fiscal representative". I've tried to look into this myself (being very new to EU VAT rules), and read that the term limited implies that in this case, our representative don't handle the payment of VAT to the Dutch tax authority. Have I got this correct?
Does anyone know if this means I need to get the company registered for VAT in NL?