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Even though the UK has left the EU, there will be no changes to trade until the transition period ends on 31 December 2020. DFDS hopes that the negotiations about a trade agreement will allow the free flow of goods between the EU and the UK to continue. However, we are also preparing for a situation without a trade agreement as we have no guarantees that negations will lead to an agreement. We are currently working to inform you about how we can support you in your preparations for a situation without a trade agreement. The information will be published soon on this site.
In the meantime, we recommend that businesses trading between the UK and the EU prepare for the customs formalities. We have produced the following checklists, which you may find helpful. In addition, we recommend you use the listed links to government websites and Brexit guides.
Listen to the DFDS Brexit Team and the International Trade Expert Dr Elsa Leromain, and learn how the different Brexit scenarios could impact trade in the UK and in Europe. Find out the most important actions you can take to prepare your business.
What will change at customs after 29 March? What will be done to avoid congestion and slow check-in at ports? Will unaccompanied trailers require Security and Safety documentation?
The questions are numerous. Read the detailed answers to all your top questions on what happens after Brexit and how to best prepare your business for change.
Customs tariffs, INCOTERMS, VAT rules in the EU and the UK, EORI number, HS Classification – this and much more might be valuable for you to know about.
Find it all on our Useful Links page including relevant UK and EU government websites.