Trade Hub

The UK has now left the EU single market and customs union.  The end of the transition period has affected everyone and Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce and the British Chambers of Commerce continue to help businesses plan for the future.  We are your point of contact for transition related queries and can advise, provide extensive training and supply the correct documentation.

On the 24th December 2020, the UK and EU negotiators reached an “agreement in principle” on the test of a new trade and co-operation agreement, to govern their relations now that the UK has left the EU. The provisional application of this agreement went live on 1st January 2021, following ratification by the EU and UK.  The British Chambers of Commerce have produced an analysis of this agreement, which summarises the key points from a business perspective. Read this here

 

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    Previous webinars


    EU Exit – Great Britain-Northern
    Ireland Trade


    Post EU Transition – Belgium
    perspective
    on
    Customs and Excise Procedures

     


    EU Exit – VAT Implications


    EU Exit – Customs
    Declarations Explained


    Post EU Transition
    Focusing on Customs
    Special Procedures
     


    Post EU Transition – Standards,
    Product Conformity


    EU Exit – Trade Agreements
    and
    Rules of Origin

     


    Post EU Transition – Export Documentation Update

     


    EU Exit – VAT Implications


    Post EU Transition –
    UK Border Controls
    & Customs Procedures

     

     

     

     

    Businesses that import and export goods Travelling to the EU Staying in the EU if you’re an EU citizen Continue living and working in the EU
    From 1 January 2021 the process for importing and exporting goods will change. Find out what you need to do to continue to: From January 1st 2021 there will be new rules Check if you need to apply to the settlement scheme if you or your family are from the EU, or from Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein. Living and working in an EU country depends on the rules in that country. You may need to check you’re covered for healthcare, register or apply for residency and check the rules regarding driving licences. 
    Import goods from the EU /
    Export goods from the EU
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    BRITISH CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

    INFORMATION FOR IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS

    TRANSITION PERIOD

    BCC’s resource page which is regularly updated with useful content for businesses including FAQs on recent UK Government support measures Import, export and customs for businesses There is now a transition period until the end of 2020 while the UK and EU negotiate additional arrangements
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    DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE

    CHAMBER CUSTOMS

    POST-TRANSITION BREXIT CHECKLIST

    Keep updated with all the latest information from the Department of International Trade ChamberCustoms is the new brokerage service run by the Chambers of Commerce The UK’s departure from the European Union will bring change for businesses of every size and sector
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    For more information and guidance please call us on (01753) 870 560 or email export@tvchamber.co.uk