Brexit - the withdrawal of the United Kingdom
Unfortunately, the political exit took place on January 31, 2020. Other important dates for Great Britain's final exit have passed in the course of 2020.
Apparently it was not possible to find a solution, for example within the framework of a customs union.
As of 01.01.2021, GB is now finally a third country. The special regulations for Northern Ireland must be taken into account, but mostly we will be dealing with customs regulations.
From 2021 onwards, the following topics must also be considered, organized and implemented after GB:
- Customs master data
- Import and export customs clearance
- Origin of goods and preferences, and
- Export control
We can assist you with planning and implementation. Either with advice or with action in terms of customs declarations, finding customs tariff numbers or other customs master data, etc.
If it is necessary to update and adapt your documentation or process descriptions, we can also provide support here.
The topic of “origin of goods and preferences” seems to be permanent with the country GB. Many aspects of it will feel like e.g. the agreement with Canada. GB-specific requirements will also have to be met.
Details on how customs clearance can take place or how the issue of origin of goods and preferences is to be organized can be found on the pages under the menu item "Customs clearance" or "Origin of goods and preferences".
Or you can write us a short email at email@example.com and we will contact you by phone.