Customs Brexit Information Seminar this Monday

Revenue has developed a Customs Brexit Information Seminar that Revenue has developed to assist trade in preparing for the impact of Brexit. The sessions are targeted at logistic/freight forwarding companies and economic operators with trade with or through the UK. The first of these events takes place on Monday 3rd December 2018 in Dublin.

The topics that will be addressed are:

  • Providing information and practical support to relevant businesses
  • The basic principles underpinning and requirements of customs formalities for non-EU trade and how and where they apply, including import, export and transit formalities
  • The supply chain challenges associated with different types of goods, including whether the goods are being distributed on arrival or brought to a warehouse/temporary storage facility
  • Controls related to tariffs and prohibitions and restrictions
  • Operation of the UK landbridge and transit arrangements
  • Other Government agency controls applying to the movement of goods, including controls relating to the importation of animals, plants and products of animal and plant origin, medicines and environmental health

Format of the seminars

  • General Introduction to Customs and the impact of Brexit
  • Exploration of Customs Authorisations and how this may assist in the efficient movement of goods
  • Contribution from Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine in relation to Sanitary and Phytosanitary requirements
  • Open Forum for Q&A

Revenue also has a dedicated Brexit portal on their website, which acts as a key support for trade