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Exporting Goods to the EU after Brexit: What You Need to Know

Exporting Goods to the EU after Brexit: What You Need to Know

29th September 2020 Following a 12-month transition period, the UK will formally exit the EU on 31 December 2020. If you export or import goods to or from Europe, you are most likely wondering what this means for your business. Here, Gareth Bridgland from Perrys Chartered Accountants, has outlined the main points to help you prepare your company well ahead of the deadline and make any required adjustments as...

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FTAI partners with Declaron to offer Ireland-Britain customs service 202

FTAI partners with Declaron to offer Ireland-Britain customs service 202

24th September 2020 – Access to sufficient numbers of expert Customs agents and brokers will be critical to the continued free flow of goods between Ireland and Britain, once the Brexit transition period comes to end on 31 December 2020, according to Freight Transport Association Ireland (FTAI), the business group representing the Irish logistics sector. To help Irish businesses manage the new customs clearance processes, the FTAI has launched...

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BDO and Fexco launch customs clearance service

BDO and Fexco launch customs clearance service

From January 1 next year, all exports from Ireland to the UK and imports from the UK to Ireland will legally require customs clearance documentation 23rd September 2020 Financial services firm Fexco has partnered with BDO to launch a new customs clearance service to assist Irish businesses to manage the substantial increase in customs clearance post Brexit. Declaron is designed to ensure customer compliance with new customs rules, avoiding...

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Alibaba Subsidiary Cainiao Pushes Into Malaysia With Cross-Border Delivery Service

Alibaba Subsidiary Cainiao Pushes Into Malaysia With Cross-Border Delivery Service

23rd September 2020 Cainiao, a logistics arm of Alibaba, is partnering with its domestic peer Best to launch a time-efficient delivery service between China and Malaysia, which the duo hailed as a boon for both buyers and sellers as the upcoming “Double 11” shopping extravaganza is expected to drive demand for cross-border e-commerce. The service, which incorporates customs clearance, sea freight forwarding, overseas warehousing and last-mile delivery, will shorten...

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200 administrative procedures connected to National Single Window

200 administrative procedures connected to National Single Window

23rd September 2020 – NDO – By the end of August 2020, there were 200 administrative procedures of 13 ministries and sectors connected to the National Single Window, an increase of 12 procedures compared to 2019, featuring over 3.2 million records and 40,000 enterprises. The statistics were announced at a meeting of the National Steering Committee for the ASEAN Single Window (ASW), National Single Window (NSW) and Trade Facilitation...

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GOVERNMENT BLAMES HAULIERS FOR BREXIT CHAOS

GOVERNMENT BLAMES HAULIERS FOR BREXIT CHAOS

23rd September 2020 – London, UK: The British government is deflecting blame for its customs failures onto the haulage industry. Hauliers say they are being “fitted up” for the inevitable disruption caused by poor government Brexit choices, systems unready to handle customs clearance, and a failure to extend the Brexit transition period. The leaked letter, from Michael Gove, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and the minister responsible for...

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1 in 10 Manufacturing Orders from China and India Held Up at EU Customs Checks Since COVID-19 - One Company Finds Solution

1 in 10 Manufacturing Orders from China and India Held Up at EU Customs Checks Since COVID-19 – One Company Finds Solution

The country most affected by customs delays in the first half of this year was Germany, with 20% of manufacturing orders being held up for further investigation. 22nd September 2020 – One in ten manufactured parts imported to Europe since the outbreak of COVID-19 are being held up at EU customs clearance, slowing down production and innovation as businesses are waiting too long for parts to get through. This...

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New scheme aims to speed up trade flows in Asean

New scheme aims to speed up trade flows in Asean

21st September 2020 – Initiative lets certified exporters self-certify origin of goods, saving companies time and costs Starting yesterday, companies such as DIP Investments, which produces and exports surgical masks, will benefit from a scheme that aims to facilitate trade in Asean. They will not have to apply to the authorities for a hard-copy certificate that verifies the origin of their goods. Instead, as part of the new Asean-wide...

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Dealing with customs declarations key to avoid being overwhelmed by Brexit

Dealing with customs declarations key to avoid being overwhelmed by Brexit

20th September 2020 – Regardless of the outcome of the Brexit negotiations, our trading relationship with the UK will change fundamentally and irrevocably on January 1. While the Brexit process may have been plagued with uncertainty up until now, the only absolute certainty in relation to the trading relationship is that moving goods to, from, or through the UK (excluding Northern Ireland) will require a customs declaration from January...

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Dealing with customs declarations key to avoid being overwhelmed by Brexit

Dealing with customs declarations key to avoid being overwhelmed by Brexit

September 20 2020 – Regardless of the outcome of the Brexit negotiations, our trading relationship with the UK will change fundamentally and irrevocably on January 1. While the Brexit process may have been plagued with uncertainty up until now, the only absolute certainty in relation to the trading relationship is that moving goods to, from, or through the UK (excluding Northern Ireland) will require a customs declaration from January...

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