Special report distributed by The Times: Brexit and International Trade

Special report distributed by The Times: Brexit and International Trade

AEB has partnered with Raconteur for the new special report - Brexit and International Trade - distributed by The Times. Get fresh insights for your business.

UK business after Brexit: New insights in special report

The new report titled "Brexit and International Trade" by Raconteur in association with The Times has been released on September 14, 2021. It delivers brand new insights, facts, and figures about the UK business and trade landscape following Brexit. AEB has partnered with Raconteur and is pleased to make this report available free of charge to AEB readers. Insights include but are not limited to: 

  • Exporting British business post-Brexit
  • What Brexit means for business operations in Europe
  • Global demand for British services is growing
  • How the right customs strategy pays off 
  • Financial reporting in the post-Brexit world
  • The push to decarbonise international trade
  • Food and drink: An appetite for protection
  • Trading through the tensions of the Yellow Sea
  • Navigating a shortage of supplies

Read the full report

Global Customs Management with AEB

AEB software supports the smooth flow of goods across borders while generating savings. Learn more about solutions for customs processes including import, export, origin and preferences, broker integration, supplier's declarations, and product classification. In the cloud or integrated in your ERP.

Infographic: How the UK trades with its biggest partners

One of the opportunities originally promised as a result of the UK’s exit from the EU is the ability for UK businesses to trade with more international partners. So where do we stand with this today? Which countries are the biggest UK trading partners now and which changes are noticeable to date?

Take a look at this powerful infographic with a latest view on the current UK trade landscape. It also features prominently in the new report by Raconteur in The Times. Click on the graphic below to view and discover all details in full size.

Getting ready for the next UK customs deadlines

Customs management is an area of UK cross-border trade with strategic relevance and significant financial impact on UK and EU supply chains since Brexit. It’s only efficient when the right strategy and partners are chosen, and processes are properly integrated into supply chain networks and systems.

The next two phases of the HMRC Border Operating Model (BOM) will go into effect in October 2021 and January 2022 respectively, and fresh import requirements will apply. So, now is the time for business leaders to review their strategies and optimise operations.

Choosing the right customs strategy – talk to an expert

What is the best customs strategy for you? Is it self-filing? Or integrated broker collaboration? There is no one-size-fits-all solution. An exporter’s benefit is determined by a combination of factors including the number of import and export declarations, the nature of your goods, the countries you trade with, and the type of customs clearances you need to manage. Discuss your individual requirements with an AEB expert – get in touch with us today.