Free webinar recording
The official Border Target Operating Model - what’s changed
and when will checks be introduced?
In August 2023, following months of consultation with industry, the UK government published the final plan for implementing import controls on goods entering Great Britain (GB). This includes a new timeline for introducing sanitary and phytosanitary
(SPS) controls on animals, animal products, plants and plant products from the EU.
In our The official Border Target Operating Model – what’s changed and when will checks be introduced? webinar recording, the customs and trade experts at The Institute of Export & International Trade
(IOE&IT) discuss the now-confirmed approach to introducing import controls and when they are now being scheduled to come into effect. This includes an updated overview of the risk categorisations for SPS-controlled goods.
This 1-hour webinar covers:
A recap of what’s in the Border Target Operating Model (BTOM)
When checks are being scheduled to be introduced
The risk categorisations for goods subject to SPS checks
How checks and controls vary according to these risk categories
What the final model means for other UK government initiatives such as the Single Trade Window and Ecosystem of Trust
Changes to safety and security declarations under the model
Dedicated to supporting you and your teams in getting to grips with these significant changes, IOE&IT will continue to provide you with the latest information and education on BTOM and what it means for how you trade.
Navigate these changes by accessing our free whitepaper that summarises the key updates coming into effect from January 2024 and advises on the practical steps you can take now to prepare. Plus, get more tailored support for your business and access training relevant to your needs.