Organiser: Buckinghamshire Business First, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority, New Anglia Growth Hub, OXLEP Growth Hub, SEMLEP Growth Hub
Date & Time: 2 Dec 2020 - 2:00 pm-3:00 pm
Contact Email: [email protected]
On the 1st January 2021 the UK will officially become a ‘third country’ in the eyes of the EU and beyond. Goods exported from the UK to the EU and imported into the UK from the EU will require a customs declaration and be subject to controls. Checks by customs officers will be subject to licence and certification requirements and goods will, generally, be subject to payment of duties and VAT when, and where, they are brought into the UK. Control inspections may also be required by other UK agencies, these include: DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), Forestry Commission, Home Office (HO), DCMS (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport), and APHA (Animal and Plant Health Agency).
It is essential that companies understand the future changes in import and export documentation so that they can take steps to prepare and avoid costly mistakes and delays post EU transition. Join Andrea Collins of The Export Department for this webinar where she will be covering some of the key areas that companies need to be aware of, including but not limited to:
This is the fifth in a series of 11 webinars aimed at helping companies prepare for international trading post EU transition period. Future webinars include:
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