The recently launched Brexit Preparedness Checklist identifies key actions that firms can take in advance of 31 October to help them prepared for Brexit.
If you trade with the United Kingdom post-Brexit, the rules of trade with a non-European Union country will apply. Members should immediately consult Revenue guidance, to ensure goods continue to move through the UK after 31 October.
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. To register for an EORI number go to the Revenue Online Service.
An Online Customs Insights course is also available to help 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.
The Quick Brexit Guide for Business seeks to answer many of the questions that Irish businesses may have when assessing their exposure to Brexit and determining the best course of action to mitigate their likely Brexit-related difficulties.
If you have a specific query in relation to Brexit and customs matters, please email email@example.com with the relevant details.
Please contact Elizabeth Bowen, SFA Senior Executive at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01 605 1626 with any queries you may have on Brexit.