To get an EORI number, you need to apply to the customs authorities in the European Union (EU) country where your business or organization is established. The process for obtaining an EORI number may vary slightly depending on the country, but generally you will need to provide the following information:
Your business name and address
Your VAT number (if you have one)
Your contact information (phone number and email address)
Evidence of your business's legal status (such as a business registration certificate)
You can apply for an EORI number either by post or online. The process of obtaining an EORI number is usually straightforward, but it is important to ensure you have all the required information and documents before submitting your application. Once you have been issued with an EORI number, you will be able to use it for all your customs-related activities within the EU.
It is worth noting that the EORI number can be obtained from the member state where the economic operator is established, if the operator wants to participate in customs activities there. But if the operator wants to participate in customs activities in other member state, an additional EORI number is needed to be obtained from that member state.