Are you aware of the changes coming for traders as a result of Brexit?
Following the UK’s exit from the EU, there have been many difficulties for traders with modifications to procedures, during the transition period and now, with the regulations introduced earlier this year, the UK is being treated like any other non-EU country.
This affects both public administrations and businesses, as most of the previous cooperation agreements for trade with the UK are modified, and the information provided remains scarce and difficult to understand.
This change may affect you, if your company sells/purchases goods or provides services to/from the UK, moves goods through the UK or uses UK materials/goods to trade with EU member countries.
In addition, starting January 2022, new and more restrictive customs measures for imports and exports to and from the UK may gradually be introduced, therefore, it is advisable to keep up to date with the new measures that may be implemented.
At Noatum Logistics we have created a specialised department for Brexit related matters, which already has successfully completed several operations. Our team will handle the customs clearance of your operations with the UK, both import and export, for any goods that need to complete customs formalities and that are exported to the UK from Spain or imported into Spain from the UK.
The service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help our clients complete their operations with the UK successfully, avoiding disruptions in supply chains, penalties and any other customs-related risks.
Given the changing times ahead, hiring a customs broker can be a cost-effective solution when it comes to exporting or importing. Do it safely, with the help of our specialised agents, contact us at email@example.com and receive a personalised consultation for your operation.