A two day, interactive workshop for those staff members who are responsible for dealing with exports and giving instructions for clearing goods through Customs.
The UK has left the EU and the way we used to trade with EU member states has changed, resulting in a greater administrative load, confusion at borders and attendant costs. Issues that previously didn?t need to be considered are now at the forefront of getting UK goods to EU customers. An understanding of those issues is paramount to efficient and successful trading going forward.
H S Tariff Codes
The Free Trade Agreement
Overview of the EU-UK Trade and Co-operation Agreement
Rules of origin clarified
Evidence documentation explained
Third Party Agents
The role of the freight forwarder and Customs agent ? and what to expect of them
Analysis of commercial, origin and regulatory documents involved in the export sale, including instructions on completing them
- Commercial documents - quotations, invoices and packing lists
- The "origin? documents ? the difference between preferential & non-preferential origin. UK Certificate of Origin - EUR1 Movement Certificate
- The proof of export documents - including Bills of lading, Air Waybills and Certificates of Shipment.
- The Customs Entry explained
- Payment mechanisms and a review of the documents needed to ensure payment
Special Customs Procedures
An overview of UK Customs procedures that may help your business legally avoid import duty and VAT and the criteria that needs to be fulfilled-
Who Should Attend?
Any employee who is responsible for dealing with exports and giving instructions for clearing goods through Customs.