Brexit Import & Export Guidance
Practical advice for all eventualities
No doubt you will have had a barrage of emails from freight forwarders over the last few months telling you what steps you need to take now in the event of a ‘No Deal’.
Whatever happens; deal or no deal, how we trade with the EU will change in the future when we exit or get to the end of an agreed transition period. Customs intervention will be needed.
Important registrations and vital information
Register for an EORI number
Register for Transitional Simplified Procedure (TSP)
New UK import tariffs for goods coming from EU after Brexit
Information about Customs Procedure Codes (CPC’s)
If you need any more information on how Brexit might affect your trade with the EU, please contact our Managing Director, Tony Shally.
Extension, Election, Revocation, Impeachment, Referendum, Resignation, Deal, No Deal… how will Brexit affect imports and exports? Nobody knows what’s going to happen for certain as we approach Brexit deadline on 31st October. All we can do is plan for the worst and make sure that both our companies are ready for a Day 1 No Deal (D1ND) situation on November 1st. We have our Brexit logistics plan in place; We’re ready with our customs software, training and Dover based customs clearance agent to assist with additional declarations and transit documents. If you need any extra Brexit guidance on imports and exports get in touch.