Trading with the EU after Brexit
The post-Brexit trade deal that came into effect on 1 January 2021 means that there are no tariffs or duties to pay when trading with the EU.
However, there are several new steps that businesses must take to continue trading with the EU or to begin trading with the EU now that the Brexit transition period has ended.
The UK’s new relationship with the EU will have a profound impact on businesses, especially those that trade with the EU or employ EU citizens.
With uncertainty having surrounded the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU until just days before the trade deal come into effect, many businesses will not have had time to understand its full implications.
Our team of Brexit specialists are helping businesses like yours to get up to speed with the demands of the UK’s new relationship with the EU.
We will help you defend your business against the additional challenges that may be involved with trade, whilst also helping you take advantage of the opportunities that arise.
The impact on your business will differ depending on whether you are an importer or exporter, or whether your supply chain and customers are based in the UK, EU or worldwide.
To help you get up to speed with the requirements of post-Brexit trade with the EU, we have prepared this useful information hub to help you prepare for whatever the future may bring.
Here to help
While the post-Brexit trade deal means that there are generally speaking no tariffs to pay when moving goods between the UK and EU, and vice versa, a number of challenges remain for many businesses.
We are helping a wide range of businesses adapt to the changes that came into effect on 1 January 2021, helping them minimise disruption and seek out new opportunities for growth and success around the world.
To find out more about the impact of the post-Brexit arrangements on your business and how we can help, please contact us today.