Prepare Your Business for Customs

Venue:
Online
 
Date:
13/10/2021
 
Note:
Wednesday, 13th October
 
Time:
9:30am to 4:00pm
 
Category:
Business Training
 

Free workshop covering how to prepare your business for customs, including compliance requirements and how to mitigate costs when trading outside the EU. **Please Note: Priority given to Longford Businesses and Individuals**

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Prepare Your Business for Customs

Prepare Your Business for Customs

Free workshop covering how to prepare your business for customs, specifically export and import procedures impacting trade with the UK, now considered a ‘third country' having left the EU. 

Customs compliance requirements, urgent tasks and applications to mitigate costly delays and penalties, and impacts, formalities and procedures when trading outside the single market and customs union.

Places limited making prior registration necessary. 

Where and when? 

Delivered online 9:30am to 4pm on Wednesday, 13 October

Workshop Contents

  • Understanding Customs: background to the role of customs and details of customs-business partnership
  • Customs Concepts: Compliance and Risk – Rules of Origin, Tariffs, Valuation
  • Customs Clearance Processes in Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK
  • Understanding Special Customs Procedures
  • Customs Authorisations: what is needed in your business and what is best to outsource
Specific areas covered include:
  • Free Trade Agreements
  • The Union Customs Code
  • Tariffs
  • Rules of Origin
  • Valuation
  • Classification
  • Customs Declarations
  • Transit Declarations
  • Authorised Economic Operator (AEO)
  • VAT
  • Deferred Payments
  • Returned Goods Relief