UK goods exports to the EU continue to be affected by difficult business conditions including inflation, supply chain disruption and regulatory change following the UK’s departure from the EU. 

According to ONS figures published on 13 March 2024, exports to the EU decreased by 1.3% in the three months to January 2024, while trade with the EU has generally remained below 2019 levels since the start of the pandemic in 2020.

In our upcoming April webinar, ‘Customs solutions for simplified exports to the EU’, the IOE&IT, in partnership with Groupe BBL, will give insight into how you can manage and optimise your customs processes to kick-start or reboot your exports to the EU.  

Before you hop off for the long Easter weekend, secure your place on this unmissable session where we will cover:

  • A recap of post-Brexit customs requirements for exports to the EU
  • Practical advice on how to manage these new customs processes
  • How to use customs special procedures to maximise export efficiency
  • How best to work with logistics partners and customs intermediaries
  • Solutions to common customs difficulties when exporting to the EU

The session will include a live Q&A with our panel, enabling you to get the answers you need directly from the trade and customs experts.  

Date: Wednesday 10 April  2024

Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm BST

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