Updated: Sep 18, 2018
If there is a no deal Brexit then HMRC have confirmed that EU goods coming in to the UK will be classified and processed as third country goods.
This is bound to increase the pressure on CHEIF and the phased implementation of CDS which will coincide with the March 2019 EU Exit date.
Dealing with EU goods as third country goods may give rise to issues in regards to the correct classification of these goods. There is bound to be financial impact on the trader in regards to the VAT, Excise and Customs Duty. Hammad Baig can assist in implementing a strategy in advance of the March 2019 planned EU Exit so that your business progresses seamlessly in these uncertain times.