Claiming a waiver for duty on goods that you bring to Northern Ireland from Great Britain: Guidance has been issued so that you can find out how to claim a waiver if you are bringing goods into Northern Ireland from Great Britain which might otherwise incur ‘at risk’ tariffs.

For more information, visit the GOV.UK website.

Starting and ending transit movements in Northern Ireland using common and Union transit: Guidance to assist you in finding out what you need to do if you start and end transit movements in Northern Ireland using common and Union transit has been published.

For more information, visit the GOV.UK website.

DEFRA update on GB-NI authorised trader self-identification: DEFRA are working to compile a list of businesses that can take advantage of the authorised GB-NI trader 3 month grace period. The grace period will only cover certain goods: products of animal origin (POAO), composite products, food and feed not of animal origin, and plants and plant products.

For more information, including how to assess if your business can be added to the list, visit the GOV.UK website.

Using CHIEF for declaring goods into or out of Northern Ireland: From 1 January 2021, find out when you will still be able to use Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF), for a limited period of time for declaring goods into or out of Northern Ireland.

For more information visit the GOV.UK website.

Why not visit the Business Wales EU Transition Portal for advice and information for your business.

 

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