Post Office customers in the United Kingdom are being warned. Any parcel containing gifts or goods that is being sent to a European Union country must have a custom declaration form attached to it. The United Kingdom’s exit from the Customs Union means the following. Customs declarations which apply to non-EU countries has been extended to EU counties. However, a form does
Negotiations on a trade agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom have once again reached an impasse. On Friday evening, EU negotiator Barnier and his British counterpart took a break, after which negotiations continued on Sunday. The conditions for a trade deal were "not fulfilled". The current transition period applies up to and including 31 December 2020.
Avalara predicts that, following the United Kingdom Conservative national election win mid-December 2019, the United Kingdom will push ahead with the Withdrawal Agreement ('WA'). It is likely to plan to exit the European Union on the 31 January 2020. At the end of 2020, that is followed by an exit from the European VAT regime, Customs Union and Single Market. Exit from EU VAT
Negotiations on Brexit continue and as no-one is sure what the outcome will be, there are a lot of insecurities for European and British retailers. How will it affect their business, and what can they do to protect it? GS1UK created a no-deal preparedness list that helps you think of the vital actions to think of and make sure that your business is ready for a worst-case
Ecommerce Europe, Fevad, Thuiswinkel.org, Händlerbund, Netcomm, EshopWedrop, An Post, DPD Group and PostNL have presented a joint statement on Brexit and parcel delivery. They opt that the United Kingdom and the EU27 must keep goods and parcels flow efficiently as cross-border retail has been growing exponentially in Europe over the last decade. The main argument of the