UK BUSINESS whitepaper
The United Kingdom (UK) has left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020. Brexit causes complex logistical issues. How will these affect you? What consequences will Brexit have for the movement of goods? Which permits and certificates will be needed? Will you be making your own customs declarations, or outsourcing them? What other things will need to be done? These are just some of the questions that the UK's departure from the EU might raise for you.
As the global logistics chain director, Seacon Logistics offers insight into the consequences of Brexit and the logistics solutions available. We have created our Brexit white paper to inform business owners, existing and new Seacon customers about the expected consequences, measures and solutions that can be taken to prevent new and undesirable risks or keep them to a minimum.
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- Import duties
- Sales tax
EXPORT DOCUMENTATION, CERTIFICATIONS AND PERMITS
- Certificate of Origin
- Statement of Origin
- Mapping goods flows
- Bottleneck analysis
- Buffer stock: in-house or outsourced
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