Brexit Import & Export Guidance
Practical advice for a new reality
Brexit was the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. It was triggered by a referendum held in June 2016. The UK officially left the EU on January 31, 2020. The post-Brexit trade agreement between the UK and the EU was signed on December 24, 2020. Brexit has had a significant effect on freight and logistics operations in the UK. The new trade deal between the UK and EU has led to increased paperwork, delays at ports, and additional costs for customs declarations.
Now several years into Brexit, many are still getting to grips with new costs, new paperwork and new ways to move goods around Europe.
Brexit Webinar Series
Our series of webinars on the new Customs Process brought about by Brexit. From the first changes to the new processes coming into effect on January 1st 2022, run by our in-house experts, Geoff Yates and Tony Shally, we aim to help your business prepare for the upcoming changes. To learn more about how we can help with your customs requirements visit the Espace Customs Consortium Website
LATEST WEBINAR – No. 5 – June 2021
Download The Brexit Survival Guide
The Ultimate Guide to Brexit Customs for Logistics and Supply Chain Managers
Important registrations and vital information