The risks of importing goods into the UK and EU
Andrew Thurston · January 3rd 2023 · read
What do you need to think about when importing goods into the UK and the EU?
Importing goods into the UK and the EU can seem straight forward, and yes, it can be.
however, businesses must comply with every relevant aspect when importing goods. Always use the correct HS code for the goods, including the correct importer of record, making sure the value declared is in line with the customs valuation rules, etc.
Customs Duty Consultant, Andrew Thurston provides the answers to some of the key import & export challenges currently facing businesses in the below videos
Question: I’m a UK business regularly importing goods. What do I need to do to make sure that I am compliant for customs purposes?
Question: How important are incoterms for businesses who are trading cross border between Europe and the UK?
Question: What are the risks associated for importers who do not own the goods?
Question: The free trade agreement says a lot about origin of goods being important to ensure there is no customs duty on cross border trade. Can you explain more about that?
Contact our customs expert Andrew Thurston for a ‘Customs Quick Scan’ to review business, processes, permits in place, and advise on improvements and costs savings.
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