Archive: Brexit

By Paul Kelly in News Posted: 2nd, November, 2020

Revised Border Operating Model released

The Government has released a comprehensive update to their Border Operating Model, detailing import and export border processes from 11:01 GMT 31st December 2020.  (more…)

By Paul Kelly in News Posted: 10th, September, 2020

UK businesses are not ready for Brexit

A survey of supply chain managers has found that 66% have had their Brexit preparations disrupted by the Coronavirus pandemic, and only 25% are confident they will cope with the additional…

By Paul Kelly in News Posted: 5th, August, 2020

Brexit pallet time-bomb

Estimates suggest that fewer than a third of pallets used in the UK comply with EU packaging rules and if the majority are prevented from entry into the EU, those…

By Paul Kelly in News Posted: 6th, July, 2020

UK export post-Brexit threat

The Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS) is intended to allow export trucks to declare goods ahead of reaching the border, allowing for smoother traffic flow, particularly at busier ports such…

By Paul Kelly in News Posted: 12th, June, 2020

Covid forces easing of Brexit border controls

The government has confirmed it will not seek an extension to the Brexit transition period, but the coronavirus crisis has forced a rethink, with businesses able to defer customs declarations…

By Paul Kelly in News Posted: 7th, June, 2020

US trade talks

President Donald Trump, has promised a “massive” trade deal to support Brexit and while his Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has said that he was optimistic a bilateral deal could be…

By ali in News Posted: 26th, May, 2020

Critical Brexit list highlights need for Global Forwarding

HMRC have started compiling a list of the 50,000 customs agents required to cope with the jump in customs declarations after the UK leave the EU, on the 31st December…

By ali in News Posted: 21st, May, 2020

Post-Brexit tariff unveiled

The government will remove tariffs on £30 billion-worth of imports and cut duties on ‘green imports’, while imposing tariffs on goods imported into the UK from Europe that are also…

By ali in News Posted: 16th, March, 2020

The Brexit clock is still ticking…

As the government use their overwhelming majority to vote down opposition clauses the Brexit withdrawal agreement is moving irrevocably into legislation, leaving just 11 month’s transition to prepare for the…

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