Learn more about Brexit, the Supply Chain, and CEVA Logistics
Yes, all shipment will now require customs documentation on departure and arrival. There will possibly be duty payable on entry to both the EU and UK *Subject to negotiations.
Custom controls will be made at UK and EU borders. Also, clearance will be required before cargo and goods can move forward.
Complete a Supply Chain review. If you have a warehouse in the UK or Europe, you need to understand where the possible BREXIT changes will be, and you don’t want to pay any additional costs, e.g. pay entry to the EU and then again to the UK. Consider appointing a customs declaration representative
If you have a warehouse in the UK or Europe you need to understand any customs changes and any changes to transport times. Take time to review your supply chain contact your usual CEVA Logistics representative.
For more information, visit: https://logistics.org.uk/compliance-and-advice/international-trade/brexit/brexit-and-logistics-faqs
You can check by visiting: https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/shortforms/form/EORIVAT
If you are importing goods into the UK, you need to declare them yourself or a third party customs agent.
A deferment account is essentially a bank account to pay your customs duties and VAT from. To open a deferment account follow the information on the link below:
Complete a form C1207n which allows your clearing agent to customs clear your goods using your deferment account. You can find the C1207n on the link below:
Yes if you are moving cargo across Europe and would like a sustainable, low cost, visible solution and avoid land border delays.
Yes, if you need to move cargo and goods quickly across Europe or the rest of the world CEVA Logistics offers fast and reliable solutions able to organize several intercontinental air bridges representing more than 280 chartered flights to meet urgent needs for various industries and governments.