Smaller businesses can now apply for grants of up to £2,000 to help them adapt to new customs and tax rules when trading with the EU
With a deal finally agreed, we can now start to understand the detail of claiming the preferential rates
The Border Operating Model provides detail on how the GB-EU border will work and the actions that traders, hauliers and passengers need to take
The UK has secured a trade agreement with Japan, which is the UK’s first major trade deal as an independent trading nation
Applications are now open to access £50m of funding to boost UK customs intermediaries
Looking for guidance on returning to work during the pandemic? Our Return to Work Guide for Employers can help you and is applicable across all workplaces
The Senior Traffic Commissioner updated his coronavirus (COVID-19) statutory document this week
The HSE is warning against the use of KN95 facemasks as Personal Protective Equipment
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
We are very much ‘Open for business’ with our staff predominantly working at home, so we can continue to provide our class-leading consultancy services. Do you need advice on one of our hot topics?
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