Upcoming changes to how EU businesses
trade with the UK
Free webinar recording
The rules for trade between Europe and the UK have changed significantly since the UK’s departure from the EU.
Later this year, European suppliers to the UK will need to adapt to further changes due to the likely introduction of the UK’s Border Target Operating Model. The current draft of the model includes several new requirements for businesses
moving goods from the EU into Great Britain, particularly around SPS controls.
The European Commission also recently announced what it calls the “most ambitious and comprehensive reform of the EU Customs Union since its establishment in 1968”. The plans – which include a proposal for a single customs system to be
introduced for the entire bloc, replacing existing customs infrastructure across the EU’s 27 member states – could potentially have a significant impact on all internationally trading businesses operating in the EU, UK and the rest of the world.
In this Upcoming changes to how EU businesses trade with the UK webinar recording, the IOE&IT and L’Institut du Commerce International (ICI) trade and customs experts discuss the following critical topics:
How the UK is planning to implement changes to its import controls
The proposed approach to UK trade, including, but not limited to, SPS checks and safety and security declarations
The draft timeline of changes and how traders can prepare
Examples of how EU suppliers into GB will be impacted
The possible impact of the European Commission’s proposed reforms to customs
How your business can prepare for the changes