Source: RHA, 2020-09-14
The latest Brexit checklist is now available here.
With time ticking down until the end of the transition period, it’s vital that you’re aware of what you need to do to continue trading between the UK and EU, and how to do it.
Within the checklist we highlight potential issues, what actions you need to take to avoid them, and when you need to take these actions. We also provide guidance on how best to do this.
Ahead of the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020, anyone importing or exporting goods between Great Britain & the EU needs to understand:
– who is responsible for deciding how goods will be moved,
– who will move the goods,
– and who will submit paperwork on behalf of importers and exporters.
Our checklist lists actions that need to be taken before 1 January 2021.
The detailed processes for handling shipments under Pre-declaration, Transit, ATA Carnet or TIR will be dealt in upcoming checklists.
You can view our latest Brexit checklist here.