Monthly Archives: February 2019

With the potential for a hard Brexit now very close it would seem advisable for businesses trading with the EU to review their customs procedures. Specifically the method of customs declaration and accounting for all movements. Filing copies of commercial invoices, packing lists, proofs of dispatch (consignment notes, bills of lading, airway bills) and copies […] Read more

HMRC’s Border Delivery Group has issued several publications aimed at importers and exporters, who primarily trade with the EU and are thus unfamiliar with the requirements of international trade Government has launched the official EU Exit website. Leaving the EU means a number of changes that will affect businesses and individual citizens. The website prompts […] Read more

On 31 January and 1 February, the Members of the CLECAT Customs & Indirect Taxation Institute (CITI) met in Brussels. The main topic of the meeting was Brexit and all the related border procedures. Updates were given on the national practical preparedness efforts, such as procedures in ports and the Eurotunnel. Over the past year, […] Read more

Info taken from Lloyds List: A new UK government report this week highlighting that most UK shippers are unprepared for Brexit underlines the warnings freight and logistics associations have been giving to the UK government for many months, the Freight Transport Association has confirmed. FTA’s head of global and European policy, Pauline Bastidon, told Lloyd’s […] Read more

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