Garlic Bread? It’s the future!

ByThe Transport Intel Insider

Garlic Bread? It’s the future!

For some it was fireworks and auld lang syne for celebration, for others, a dawn of uncertainty tinged with sadness.

Paul Thompson Freight Ltd Expert Same Day Deivery
The author does not represent the views of PTF Ltd.

TransportIntel considered Muesli or Porridge as he listened with interest to the Brexit experts on 5Live Wedensday (29th Jan) morning.

They were quick to point out “absolutely nothing changes this year….other than the UK could extend the transition period up to June”.

The first concerned caller was going to Tenerife in March and wanted to know what do they do now?  

“absolutely nothing changes this year….other than the UK could extend the transition period up to June”.

Caller 2 was more concerned about the impact of her annual trip to Turkey by car….

“absolutely nothing changes this year….other than the UK could extend the transition period up to June”.

Breakfast host Rachel was quick to point out that important points were worth repeating.

Caller 3 was going to Bruges in February, only a few weeks away and close to the very heart of EU’s HQ, what preparations should he now make when taking a risky trip so close to the scene of the crime?  

“absolutely nothing changes this year….other than the UK could extend the transition period up to June”.

TransportIntel consigned the Muesli to the bin – thinking porridge may be bland, but you know where you are with those trusty oats.

Just like we know what we are doing with Brexit.

Learn what a No Deal could mean to your business

https://www.gov.uk/transition

Register for a UK or EU EORI number

https://www.gov.uk/eori

Agree Incoterms with your customers

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incoterms

Know how to describe and classify your goods

https://www.gov.uk/starting-to-export?step-by-step-nav=9be67e23-bd76-4d60-b6e1-66e0dce5965aKnow how to complete commercial invoices and apply for licences and certificates if needed

https://www.gov.uk/starting-to-export/licences

Submit your commercial invoice electronically

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/international-trade-paperwork-the-basics

Understand customs & clearance requirements

https://www.gov.uk/starting-to-export/licences

Importers should consider setting up a Deferment Account

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/setting-up-an-account-to-defer-duty-payments-when-you-import-goods

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