Article: Brexit Impact - Customer FAQs


Guidance for our Customers on the Impact of the UK leaving the European Customs Union and Single Market

The EU and UK have spent the past year negotiating the terms of a new “Trade and Cooperation Agreement” to govern future relations. An agreement in principle was reached on 24 December, with provisional application intended from 1 January 2021.

For the current guidance on the impact of Brexit to our customers and their supply chains, please review our FAQs

In light of the short, medium and long term changes expected to result from Brexit, World Courier has:

Increased investments in Dublin facilities to serve customers moving their operations to Ireland
Ensured that mainland Europe has sufficient capacity for UK operations
Expanded our in-house brokerage teams in the UK and across the EU to provide you with a detailed understanding of local customs and regulatory requirements  

World Courier’s specialist teams are trained on all new requirements relating to the EU-UK movements of goods, which will also be incorporated into our “OK to send” document review process. 

Being the only major specialty logistics provider in the UK that has Authorized Economic Operator (AEOC) Customs Simplification status - our role in the international supply chain is secure and our customs procedures is efficient and meets EU standards. 

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