HMRC has updated its guidance to extend the suspension of import duties on COVID-19 critical products to 31 December 2022.
HMRC has updated its guidance explaining the different simplified declarations for imports and what is required to obtain authorisation to use them.
HMRC has contacted UK businesses who move goods between Great Britain and countries in the EU, to advise that they may be affected when full customs controls come into effect on 1 January 2022 and to provide details of two government helplines.
Full customs declarations and controls are due to be introduced as planned on 1 January 2022. This means that the option to delay your customs declarations for up to 175 days, without an authorisation from HMRC, is coming to an end on 31 December.
HMRC has published new guidance explaining the rules for moving goods between the UK and EU under the Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
Proving originating status and claiming a reduced rate of Customs Duty for trade between the UK and EU
HMRC has published new guidance on proving the originating status of your goods and checking if you can claim preferential tariff treatment.
HMRC has published new guidance setting out the general rules for determining the origin of products traded under the Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
HMRC will be closing its Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) system on 31 March 2023. From this date, all businesses will need to declare goods through the Customs Declaration Service (CDS).