The EU leaders granted the UK a six-month extension to Brexit with a deadline of 31st October. With this deadline fast approaching the future relationship between the UK and the EU remains unclear. The biggest impact is likely to stem from changes the Government will make in customs arrangements between the UK and the EU following the UK’s exit.

These changes will affect you whether you are an occasional sender or receiver of items to and from the EU, someone who buys marketplace items from abroad or a business posting to the EU on a daily basis.

If the UK and the EU fail to reach an agreement, the UK will leave the EU on 31st October 2019, known as a ‘No Deal’ Brexit.

No Deal Brexit:

  • UK leaving the Customs Union
  • UK trading on World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms
  • Requirement for Commercial Invoices for commercial shipments or Customs Declarations (CN23’s) for postal shipments for all traffic between the EU and the UK
  • Requirement for electronic pre-advice data for traffic between the EU and the UK
  • VAT and duties payable on goods entering UK from EU, and goods from the UK to the EU

Either a deal or a no-deal scenario are still possible, but whatever the outcome on 31st October, we would like to reassure our customers that ONEPOST are fully prepared.
Our team of experts continue to assess every aspect of Brexit, considering all implications for international trade. We will continue to provide a service as seamless as possible in these challenging circumstances by utilising our strong partnerships with our suppliers and carrier partners. We will continue to engage with you closely as the deadline approaches so you are fully informed of potential implications on a variety of routes to market.

With Peak fast approaching we can offer a range of omnichannel service solutions to protect your business, please speak with your dedicated account manager for more information.

As part of The Delivery Group, ONEPOST pride ourselves on a tailored, high-quality service, we will continue to ensure that we are in a position to deliver our quality service, whatever form Brexit may take.

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