No-Deal Brexit means the UK would leave the single market and Customs Union with immediate effects for UK businesses that import or export goods to or from the EU. Have you even started preparing?
Brexit will expose 145,000 traders to Customs formalities for the first time creating an additional 200 million declarations per year. How, when and where you submit those declarations is the key to achieve the smoothest UK-EU-UK supply chain post-Brexit.
What can unprepared businesses practically do at this stage? For businesses who’ve done some planning, have all areas been considered? And for those who’ve yet done nothing, hoping we would never get to this stage, how can they still prepare?
It’s critical for businesses to understand the specific impacts on their operating model.
DADA offers clients a dedicated Brexit advisory service, which is tailored to specific requirements. Use DADA’s interactive guide below and our flashcard as part of your initial Brexit Readiness Audit.
Need further help? You can use our monthly subscriptions give you access to a pool of talent accredited in Customs procedures WCO (World Customs Organisation) qualifications in respect of rules of origin.
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- Brexit road-map
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Additional HMRC resources
The UK government has also made a range of guidance available online:
|HMRC letters on a “no deal” Brexit|
|Partnership pack||Partnership pack: preparing for changes at the UK border after a ‘no deal’ Brexit|
|Advice for businesses only trading with the EU||HMRC letters on a “no deal” Brexit advice for businesses only trading with the EU|
|Advice for businesses trading with the EU and/or the rest of the world||HMRC letters on a “no deal” Brexit advice for businesses trading with the EU and/or the rest of the world|
|Exporters from UK to EU|
|Placing manufactured goods on the EU internal market if there’s no Brexit deal||Implications for UK products being sold in the EU|
|Trading and moving goods from the UK to the EU if the UK leaves the EU with no deal||Summary guidance for exporters from the UK|
|Get your business ready to export from the UK to the EU after Brexit||Checklist for exporters from the UK|
|Importers to UK from EU|
|Placing manufactured goods on the UK market if there’s no Brexit deal||Implications for EU products being sold in the UK|
|Trading and moving goods from the EU to the UK if the UK leaves the EU with no deal||Summary guidance for importers to the UK|
|Get your business ready to import from the EU to the UK after Brexit||Checklist for importers to the UK|
|Register for simplified import procedures if the UK leaves the EU without a deal||Simplified procedures allow businesses to complete some documentation and settle VAT and duties away from the port|
|Call-off and Consignment Stock||The Intrastat treatment of goods used for call-off stock and consignment stock in another EU Member State|
|Guidance on customs procedures|
|Declaring your goods at customs if the UK leaves the EU without a deal||Summary guidance on customs procedures|
|Using customs procedures if the UK leaves the EU without a deal||Details of customs authorisations that can simplify port procedures|
|Changes to your customs authorisations if the UK leaves the EU without a deal||Businesses that already use customs authorisations may also be affected if there is no deal|
|Moving goods to and from the EU through roll on roll off ports or the Channel Tunnel||How port procedures will work in the event of no deal|
|Moving and declaring excise goods if the UK leaves the EU without a deal||Additional actions for traders in excise goods|