Brexit has meant many changes for
businesses throughout the UK and Europe.

The freight forwarding industry in particular will experience a great deal of change with regards to importing and exporting to EU member countries.

For the Grace Overseas team, our Brexit preparation began a number of years ago, meaning we are perfectly placed to support our clients with their own preparations, as well as import and export requirements.

We want to take you through the crucial information that you need to know in order to be prepared for changes and how we can support you moving forward.

Key stages for post-Brexit changes

The Grace Overseas team has successfully supported our clients through Stages 1 and 2 of Brexit which included many changes including full safety and security declarations, the requirement for goods to have the appropriate declarations before boarding a freight vehicle, simplified declaration procedures and so much more.

Stage 3 of Brexit commenced in January 2022, bringing a whole host of further changes:

Key stages for post-Brexit changes

Brexit stage 3

Delayed customs declarations came to an end at the start of Brexit Stage 3, this means that CFSP is no longer available to businesses importing and exporting. Further changes included many that had been delayed amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, with a gradual introduction to new processes and procedures throughout 2022.

Find out more about Stage 3 changes coming into force in 2022, by clicking below:

A simple guide to Brexit

We have prepared a guide for our clients on how they can ensure they have all the information they need for the changes Brexit will bring:

Need support within importing and exporting following Brexit?

Contact the Grace Overseas team today to discuss how we can help