Prepare Your Business for Customs - Friday 30th October 2020

Venue:
Online Delivery via Zoom
 
Date:
30/10/2020
 
Time:
09:30 - 13:45
 
Category:
Workshop
 

The workshop will cover how export and import customs procedures on trade with ‘Third Countries’ apply, how tariffs work and the need to correctly classify your goods.

Free
Booked Out
 
 

Friday 30th October 2020

Prepare Your Business for Customs

While COVID-19 prevention is now critical to everyone’s health, the need to overcome pending Brexit Customs issues is now becoming essential for most businesses. Irish Revenue have indicated that over 90,000 businesses will be affected and DBEI highlighted that 85% of SMEs at risk following transition.

From Jan 2021, Customs Import and Export declarations will be required, to avoid your goods shipments being delayed or impounded and penalties incurred. Austin Rutledge and his team at Export Edge, will guide you through your Customs requirements and documentation. Early action must take place to prepare your company for this substantial workload.

The on line workshop will help you understand the pending Customs documentation requirements and procedures needed, following Brexit.

You will become familiar with the customs compliance requirements that will affect your company, on trading with the UK, outside the EU. This online workshop will help you to brainstorm the urgent tasks and applications needed to mitigate costly delays and penalties.

You will learn about the potential impacts, formalities and procedures you will need to adopt when trading with a country which is outside the Single Market and Custom Union.

Workshop Contents

General Overview

  •  Information Sources
  •  Importing / Exporting
  •  Brexit:  Customs Impact
  •  INCOTERMS

Tariff Classification

  • Classification Codes
  • Preferential Origin
  • Classification Examples

SADs & Associated Documents

  • Transport & Trade Documents
  • Understanding Customs Declarations
  • Customs Procedures
  • Customs Broker Management

Brexit Planning

  • Goods Transit across the UK
 

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