UK Resources on BREXIT
Essential information on Brexit & UK Customs Requirements
BREXIT: The UK Border
The Border Force is a law enforcement command within the Home Office.
It secures the UK Border by carrying out immigration and customs controls for people and goods entering the UK.
Border Force have the authority to seize items, such as goods and vehicles ...Access Resource...
BREXIT: The Trade Agreement
Brexit Measures for the Transition Period
Solid wood packaging must meet the ISPM15 international standards.
Solid wood packaging includes:
- packing cases
- boxes and crates
- drums and similar packing
- pallets, box pallets and pallet collars
- dunnage (loose wood used to protect goods and their packaging)
Those documents cover several areas and were designed to help stakeholders and intermediaries support their members, clients and customers prepare for day one after UK leaves the EU.
They contain information and materials that are, as of now, out-of-date, and have therefore been withdrawn from publication.
UK Customs Databases
UK Customs Basic Procedures
UK Border IT-Systems [Under Implementation]
Critical steps to complete before the end of the transition Period - 31 December 2020
UK REACH registrations will only exist in the EU database until the end of the transition period. Affected are: UK-based REACH registrants, UK-based only representatives, UK-based Authorisation holders, EU downstream users of an authorised substance, Manufacturers or formulators outside the EU/EEA, UK-based manufacturers or suppliers under the BPR (Biocidal Products Regulation).
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