Get your business ready to export from the UK to the EU after Brexit
The possibility of a no-deal Brexit remains very much alive, with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson committed to leaving the EU on 31 October.
But what does the term “no deal” really mean?
What is a no-deal Brexit?
In a no-deal scenario, the UK would immediately leave the European Union (EU) with no agreement about the “divorce” process.
Overnight, the UK would leave the single market and customs union – arrangements designed to help trade between EU members by eliminating checks and tariffs (taxes on imports).
What you need to do now to make sure you’re able to send goods from the UK to the EU after Brexit. You’ll need an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number starting with GB to continue exporting goods. More information here
No deal also means immediately leaving EU institutions such as the European Court of Justice and Europol, its law enforcement body.
Membership of dozens of EU bodies that govern rules on everything from medicines to trade marks would end.
And the UK would no longer contribute to the EU budget – currently about £9bn a year.
Details are changing very quickly as we draw near to the Leave date and it is crucial that your Business stays upto date with how these changes could impact your business.
We have a team of experts on hand to help you with any Logitics, Import, Export, freight forwarding questions and are on hand via live chat or via calling our UK office on 01634 711 969