Posted: Wed 2nd Feb 2022
Since 1 January 2022, you've needed to complete customs declarations when importing goods from the EU to Great Britain (GB), at the time you or your third-party customs broker or agent bring the goods into the country.
You can no longer delay making full customs declarations. Failing to comply with this new rule may mean your goods are held up and you incur additional charges.
In this recorded Lunch and Learn webinar, international trade expert Mike Wilson from Go Exporting Ltd explains what small business owners need to know about submitting customs declarations on time.
the new customs declarations rules when importing goods from the EU to Great Britain or exporting goods from Great Britain to the EU
the differences between full and simplified customs declarations
the evidence you need to supply
how to hire an expert to help
The change does not yet apply for goods moving from Ireland to Great Britain. Rules may be different for Northern Ireland. Contact the Trader Support Service for up-to-date guidance and support.
Advice and information on how small businesses can successfully import, export and expand overseas, provided by Enterprise Nation in collaboration with Deloitte. Watch more international trade webinars