HMRC has updated their guidance on AEO, adding to their already excellent AEO web pages
Newly published, the UK Global Tariff details the duties payable on all imports into the UK from 1st January 2021
A first in the industry, VARTAN’s new service brings together everything a fleet operator needs to stay DVSA compliant – in one easy offering
It would be easy to forget that we are in a Brexit transition period. For about three years we hardly heard about anything else in the UK. Now, of course, the focus is on the coronavirus pandemic.
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has welcomed the latest announcement by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) of an extension to the implementation timetable of CDS
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The Chancellor’s March 2020 speech included the news of an important boost to those VAT registered UK businesses which are integrated in international supply chains
HMRC is introducing automatic sorting of import and export clearance documents that they receive, which means traders will need to send a PDF summary form to HMRC for each submission that needs further checks
Businesses are still being encouraged to claim funding available to help them make customs declarations, as the deadline for applications has been extended to 31 January 2021 – and there’s £7.5 million available!
Lowestoft-based MP Eastern sought assistance from risk management consultancy VARTAN on how to mitigate Customs charges and prepare for Brexit
This year’s BIFA awards ceremony attracted a record attendance – including VARTAN’s Neil Bird – and was a great success
Since the launch of AEO accreditation back in 2008, risk management consultancy, VARTAN, has helped over 100 companies work towards achieving this game-changing ‘trusted trader’ certification
As part of their strategy to mitigate Brexit disruption, Reading Scientific Services Ltd has secured Authorised Economic Operator Customs Simplifications (AEOC) certification
With a large enough majority in the House of Commons, it should now be relatively straightforward for Mr Johnson to get his deal through. So where does this leave us from a Customs clearance point of view?
HMRC is currently writing to AEO-certified businesses to set out the arrangements in the event of a no-deal Brexit
HMRC has launched a new online Customer Community Forum, offering support and guidance provided by agents and other HMRC experts
The importance of isolating machinery before carrying out repairs and maintenance has been highlighted by a number of recent workplace incidents
What a way for the VARTAN team to spend a Sunday morning! The Whole Hog is an annual 5-mile mud race with obstacles