Brexit focus – customs
 

If you trade with the United Kingdom (UK) post-Brexit, the rules of trade with a non-European Union (EU) country will apply.

 

Enterprise Ireland's online Customs Insights course helps businesses understand the key customs concepts, documentation and processes required to succeed in a post Brexit world. The course will give learners a firm understanding of customs, the implications for their business and the options from Revenue that are available to make the customs process more efficient.

 

If you are trading in goods to or from the UK, an Economic Operators Registration Identification (EORI) is required to be entered on a customs declaration. In the post-Brexit environment, all goods movements involving the UK will require a customs declaration. To register for an EORI number go to the Revenue Online Service or find further guidance here

 

Fing out more information on moving goods through a non-EU country here

 

If you have a specific query in relation to Brexit and customs matters, please email brexitqueries@revenue.ie with the relevant details.

 

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