When trade relations change, it's crucial to analyze all affected points in your supply chain. Cross-border processes and partner collaboration beyond borders should be prioritized to drive efficiency.
It's vital to build the right foundations for growth.
It needs to be up to date, integrated, and flexible.
Collaboration is only efficient if it's based on integration.
Our Customs Heroes network offers new options.
Your export control efficiency relies on automation.
Need more? Check out our brand new supply chain checklist for business leaders looking to prepare their UK cross-border trade.
If your customs and export control processes are not prepared for managing change, it's time to get them updated. Supply chain flexibility is key to success in global trade – because change is inherent.
Many companies moving goods across UK borders are now facing customs declarations for the first time. It's important to start the right way. We released comprehensive new guidance for UK traders and offer slim step-by-step customs guides for traders in the Netherlands and Germany.
Our global trade experts are happy to discuss how AEB software can deliver value for your business through automation and integration of customs and export control processes.
AEB's exclusive network of customs brokers ensures goods cross borders swiftly and easily. You can slice broker fees by as much as 50 percent while gaining access to markets on three continents.
Timeline to customs after Brexit
Export customs declarations and UK exit Safety and Security declarations will be required for all goods.
Basic import customs requirements will apply to all standard goods. Standard import customs declarations are required for all controlled goods and excise goods. VAT must be accounted and paid for.
Important to note:
1 Goods vehicle movement service (GVMS) I 2 Customs Freight Simplified Procedures (CFSP) I 3 Border Control Post (BCP) I 4 Products of animal origin (POAO) I 5 Certain animal by-products (ABP) | 6 High-Risk Food Not Of Animal Origin (HRFNAO) | 7 Sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS)
Sources of content: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/925140/BordersOpModel.pdf and https://questions-statements.parliament.uk/written-statements/detail/2021-03-11/hlws833
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