In less than two months’ time, the UK will leave the EU’s Single Market and Customs Union when the transition period ends on 31 December 2020. From 1 January 2021, the ‘Northern Ireland Protocol’ will take effect, at which point customs declarations as well as safety and security declarations will be needed for goods moving from GB to NI to ensure:
- Tariffs are not paid on trade within the UK
- Northern Ireland can benefit from UK Free Trade Agreements
- Goods destined for Ireland (ie the EU) pay tariffs when they should.
If you move goods from GB to NI, then the Trader Support Service will help ensure that smooth flow of goods continues. It’s important that you act now, joining thousands of companies that have already registered.
Please join us for the third and final session where we will go through the TSS operation including NI Protocol requirements in more detail and answer all your questions. We will cover:
What the Trader Support Service does and does not do, and how it will work as a customs intermediary service for NI trade.
- What you need to do to be ready to keep your goods moving from 1st January 2021 in compliance with the NI Protocol
- Confirmation of the services provided by TSS
- More detailed process flow information on these routes
- An overview of the automated upload process
- Updates on latest HMRC policy developments e.g. not at risk process
- A recap of the education modules on offer
- The on-boarding process
- Readiness Checklists
Join this webinar, the third in a three-part series, to understand:
- What the Northern Ireland Protocol means for your business
- How to prepare for the changes that result from the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol
- What the Trader Support Service does, and how it will work as a customs intermediary service for NI trade
- What you need to do to be ready to keep your goods moving from 1st January 2021.
Director of Stakeholder Engagement - The Institute of Export & International Trade
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