The SME Brexit Support Fund will help small businesses adjust to new trade rules with the EU
The Government has put together several webinars to support exporters of the above listed products. To view the webinars, please click here.
A tariff will be payable if your goods are deemed as ‘at risk’ of moving from Northern Ireland into the EU. For more information on ‘at risk’ goods, and the relevant criteria, call EU Exit helpline on 01642 662778 or email: EUBusinessSupport@teesvalley-ca.gov.uk
DEFRA are hosting a series of webinars in February and March to support importers and EU exporters of the above listed products.
To sign up to relevant webinars for your business, please click here.
Government has advised that they will soon be opening the application process for the SME Brexit Support Fund. The grant is available to help businesses access training or professional advice. If you wish to learn more about this grant please click here.
If you are happy that your goods meet the Rules of Origin then you will need to know how to evidence this in order to satisfy customs.
The Trade and Cooperation Agreement provides detailed guidance on what you need to provide and, what evidence you need to keep in your records. For help understanding the requirements call EU Exit helpline on 01642 662778 or email: EUBusinessSupport@teesvalley-ca.gov.uk
Incoterms may be a relatively new concept to many importers and exporters. However, ensuring that you fully understand the Incoterms you agree upon, with your suppliers and buyers, is vital. The Incoterm you trade on will have a domino effect on your requirements under the sales contract. Subsequently this can lead to potential cash flow issues, disruptions at customs and affect your profit margin.
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