Customs clearance after Brexit – how to make it easier
From 1st January 2021, full import controls and subsequently full customs declarations will be required on all goods crossing the borders between the United Kingdom and the European Union.
To avoid any unnecessary delays, disruptions at the border, or hampered deliveries, Kuehne + Nagel has created a unique, automated and digital data processing solution to make customs clearance a seamless experience for you.
UK and EU customs requirements will become mandatory
The UK formally left the EU on 31st January 2020. Regardless of the outcome of the Free Trade Agreement negotiations, customs procedures will become compulsory when the transition period ends on 31st December 2020, possibly creating an environment which is five times the current demand in formalities.
Furthermore, the UK Government has stated that they will not introduce any previously announced customs easements, such as Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP).
This situation is calling for a proper preparation to avoid goods being delayed.
A simple automated customs solution
to ensure you meet all regulations
Customs can be challenging – and we understand that. To ease the pain of data collection and to help you move your goods smoothly, we have developed a simple automated customs solution. It digitally processes export data from the exporter, collects import data from the importer, and merges them to create an export and import declaration complying with both, UK and EU requirements.
Simple and straightforward, so you can focus on your business.
In addition, there is the flexibility to meet any other data collection demand, which might become necessary at the end of the transition period, like the safety and security regulations for every shipment to and from the UK.
Do you want to get prepared for customs clearance?
Make customs clearance a seamless experience
We manage your UK customs declarations after Brexit. Here is what we need from you: