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Brexit is drawing close
At Blue Water, we are prepared for Brexit, and we can help your company safely through
Companies importing or exporting goods to or from the EU will be affected by Brexit. That is why we have created a guide, which can help you safely through the transition.
On 31 January 2020 Brexit became a reality with a transition period up until 31 December 2020. The UK and EU are still negotiating future trade terms and conditions. Business transactions between the UK and EU countries have previously been considered a common market, which is why customs duties and other import fees have not been charged.
On the other side of the transition, the common market will be replaced, and companies must change procedures when importing and exporting goods, which will create new challenges and opportunities.
At Blue Water, we are keeping updated on the Brexit negotiations, and our in-house specialists are ready to assist with competent guidance.
Please refer to your local contact person if you have any questions related to Brexit.
QuickGuide to Brexit rules
Do you export or import goods to/from the EU? We have written a simple guide helping you safely through Brexit.
If you do not find the answers you were looking for in our guide, you can always contact us for guidance on the Brexit rules.
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