The UK will leave the EU on 31.12.2020, having informed the EU that it does not intend to extend the transitional period. This means from 01.01.2021, all freight movements between the UK & the EU will be subject to customs procedures. We have taken extensive steps to minimise any impacts caused by Brexit. Our priority is to maintain a seamless service to our customers, irrespective of the challenges ahead.
We recommend empowering Rhenus to act on your behalf as a customs representative by completing our empowerment document below.
You will need to register for an EORI Number for both imports and exports regardless of the outcome of Brexit.
To enable us to complete a declaration on your behalf, Exporters must provide a commercial invoice, along with any licenses or certificates
The importer needs to know the value of goods for trade stats and calculation of VAT/Duty. Both Importers & Exporters will need to know the origin of goods and the goods gross and nett weights, which form part of the customs declaration.
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By providing Rhenus with direct customs clearance authorisation you are ensuring Rhenus can complete all Import and/or Export declarations on your behalf. This will be a necessary requirement for ALL UK Import and/or Export shipments.
Post-Brexit, the importance of Incoterms will increase substantially; the Incoterms you agree with your supplier or customer will determine who will pay VAT & Duty when the goods clear customs.
Therefore, we advise our customers to familiarise themselves with the underlying regulations and their implications. Please click on the image for the full version.
We have dedicated teams in Ireland, focusing on preparing for Brexit together with our customers.
If you would like to know more about Brexit and what Rhenus is doing, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org