If the UK should eventually leave the EU with no-deal, any goods requiring certification and placed on the market prior to the exit date, will be able to stay in circulation, however different regulations may apply to different products.
The UK’s biggest rail freight carrier is attempting to avert a strike, that could potentially mean even more transport problems as we prepare to leave the European Union.
We review the latest HMRC developments, in particular the no-deal Brexit border processes that have been updated to expedite movements through Ro/Ro ports and simplify many importing processes.
We anticipate further delays at Eurotunnel, Calais and surrounding ports, as industrial action by French customs officials, over a no-deal Brexit, is expected to continue until at least the 3rd April.
Despite the wave of forwarder digitalisation sweeping across the industry, Norman Global Logistics believe that customer relationships and knowledge will remain critical in effective freight forwarding.
The temporary tariff announced yesterday, which would go into place after 29th March if there is a no-deal Brexit, includes increases to ‘sensitive’ products, to protect selected UK sectors.
Our Asia team attended a very successful WCA conference in Singapore earlier this month, to network with partners across the region, gain industry insights and showcase our latest technology products.
Plans to phase in Entry Summary Declarations if the UK leaves the EU without a deal are announced by the government.
Norman Global Logistics Asia is attending the 11th annual WCA conference in Singapore next week, to network with partners across the region and showcase our latest technology.
HMRC have written to all UK businesses that currently trade with the European Union to outline new procedures that will take effect in the event of a no-deal Brexit and the actions they need to take in advance of the March deadline.