The deadline has come to provide supplementary declarations for the first EU imports made in 2021.

This year has been a roller coaster for many UK companies who had not dealt with customs operations before Brexit, and now have found themselves facing a set of new challenges.  Barbourne Brook have spoken with many businesses that have failed to understand this subject and now face the task of resolving the issue retrospectively. 

The demand for customs agents has been high from the end of 2020 and on, it seems to have exceeded the supplyThere are many cases when agents refuse to take short notice jobs to help companies with supplementary declarations as their capacity is already full.

For further information, or if you are worried about the implications on your business, our team of experts are on hand to give advice. 

Contact Adam Wood for information on how Barbourne Brook can help you

When importing goods to the UK, businesses must declare them to customs.  Thelp businesses adopt the new post-Brexit customs rules, in 2021, the UK government introduced delayed declaration option for goods brought into Great Britain from the EU.  Barbourne Brook have a team of experts on hand to help you with this process.