Update to Brexit Transition Period Guidance – Transport & Logistics hub

Home- Update to Brexit Transition Period Guidance – Transport & Logistics hub

Our Transport and Logistics specialists have outlined some of the key updates to published guidance, breaking it into #BrighterThinking articles and relaying the key points and areas you need to be aware of:



Whilst the BOM is welcome and helpful to have so much detail, which will allow businesses to prepare, it is clearly a complex document, so there is a lot to get to grips with.  Businesses that trade in goods cross border are advised to not delay and start digesting the BOM now in order to be ready.


HMRC has unveiled a new package of measures to accelerate growth of the UK’s customs intermediary sector, including customs brokers, freight forwarders and express parcel operators


Update on the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) implementation – pragmatic approach by HMRC

We have recently heard that the freight forwarding industry has welcomed HMRC’s decision to extend the cut-off date for its online Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) system beyond September 2020.


HMRC have announced temporary changes to customs policy and authorisations to assist during the coronavirus outbreak. 


With the UK Government proposing to create ten free ports beyond Brexit to increase international trade – What impact could they have on UK hauliers and are they ready for the changes?


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