This report is produced in partnership with Deloitte, the BRC’s Annual Trade Partner 2020/21
When you’re running an international retail business, the smooth transition of your goods into the UK couldn’t be more important. Your goods not only need to arrive, they must arrive without delay, with the right amount of duty paid and, with the correct completion and filing of a customs declaration.
At the end of the transition period, we expect to see a significant increase in the volume of customs declarations being processed per year. Moreover, existing supply-chain networks may not be equipped to ensure you’re compliant. And, with a spotlight on corporate governance, it’s more important than ever that you know your process inside out.
Here’s a step-by-step guide of what you need to know and actions you need to take.
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Working in partnership
Through our partnership with Deloitte we’re able to bring additional insight, knowledge and expertise to help our members prepare for Brexit with Deloitte’s market-leading Global Trade Advisory team, Global Trade Bureau and Global Brexit Insights.