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Category: Brexit

The Brexit border process

Despite the welcome ‘light-touch’ import regime announced by the government, this is no simple process and shippers (in both directions) need to get ready for some profound changes to European movements. (more…)

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Brexit export chaos feared

The Road Haulage Association has warned that a critical Brexit IT system won't be fully functional by January and the UK was heading for a "cocktail for potential disaster, with chaos on day one and for many days afterwards.” (more…)

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Government scrap Brexit border controls

The government has confirmed it will not request or accept an extension to the Brexit transition period and is scrapping full post-Brexit border controls, deferring customs declarations and tariff payments for six months to July 2021. (more…)

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Brexit list highlights need for PSP Logistics

50,000 customs agents are required from 1st January 2021, yet only 5% of that number have actually been trained, underlining the need for the Customs expertise, authorisations and systems that PSP Logistics will deploy to move European cargo seamlessly, into…

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Post Brexit tariff protects manufacturers

The Department for International Trade has made public the UK’s new UK Global 'post-brexit' Tariff (UKGT), which will replace the EU’s Common External Tariff at the end of the Transition Period, removing tariffs on £30 billion-worth of imports. (more…)

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Our Brexit expectations

The United Kingdom has just 11 month’s to prepare for the inevitable changes to EU trade Customs processes, which is why are finalising preparations to keep our clients' European trade moving when transition ends. (more…)

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Be Brexit-proof with our AEO

In 2005 the World Customs Organisation (WCO) paved the way for the AEO accreditation to secure supply chains and promote trade worldwide. In 2021 AEO accreditation will simplify post-Brexit trade flows. (more…)

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Brexit. What now

As the Conservatives celebrate a most successful general election result, with a dominant majority of 80, shippers should be able to relax, at least until the end of next year. (more…)

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