Prepare Your Business for Customs Training Workshop 7th May LEO191905

Venue:
Mullinga Park Hotel, Mullingar
 
Date:
07/05/2019
 
Time:
9:30-4:30
 
Category:
Seminar
 

This workshop is open to businesses from all sectors and will cover areas such as what export and import procedures apply, how tariffs work and how to correctly classify goods. Trainer - BDO Customs & International Trade Services Ltd

Free
Only 3 remaining
 
 

Brexit Workshop: Customs Export & Import Procedures

Regardless of a hard or soft Customs Brexit, goods to/from the UK or transiting through the UK, will be subject to strict compliance and documentation requirements.

If the UK leaves the Customs Union and Single Market, it will become a ‘Third Country’ for customs purposes. 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 Unions (a ‘Third Country’).

This workshop is open to businesses from all sectors and will cover areas such as what export and import procedures apply, how tariffs work and how to correctly classify goods.

Depending on the industry in which the company is involved in their issues may also be slightly different. For example, the food industry will have customs duty and border delays high on their agenda, the construction industry will have border delays high on their agenda, while textiles would be impacted by high duty rates primarily and IT may have to consider Export Controls.

The above is a very simplified explanation as not alone does each industry experience each issue differently but each company within the industries will be effected differently. For example, larger suppliers and customers will have more negotiating power on their supply chain compared to smaller suppliers and customers.

Ultimately however Importers and Exporters will need to know how to move their goods through Customs in Ireland and the UK post Brexit.

Our course will enable companies to understand both Revenue rules in Ireland and HMRC rules in the UK.

We will also cover the post Brexit simplifications being introduced by both Authorities and how to apply for these.

We will also explain the operational requirements necessary to move goods through Customs.

The aim of this workshop is to help Irish businesses understand:

  • The administration process around import and export procedures
  • Custom formalities at borders
  • The Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) process
  • Tariffs and cost implication of tariffs
  • Import procedures, such as the Electronic Declaration Process and Automated Entry Processing (AEP)

No matter what type of industry a business is in everyone will experience some form of impact from Brexit. Some of the issues that will be faced are from a Customs and Trade perspective are:

  • Customs Duty
  • Import VAT
  • Border Delays
  • Additional Costs e.g. Clearance Agents, etc.
  • Additional Documentation e.g. Import and Export Documentation, etc.
  • New Procedures e.g. How and when to lodge import and export SADs, etc.
  • New Licenses
 

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