Exporters to the EU face 7,000-truck-long queues in Kent and two-day delays to trade after the Brexit transition period ends, the government has warned. Imports will also be disrupted in January, according to a letter… Read More »BREXIT LETTER WARNS OF 7,000-TRUCK QUEUES IN KENT
David joined UKCS in April 2016, where he supports the CFSP bureau. David began his career in customs compliance at CEVA (formerly EGL) in 2004. His main areas of competency are CFSP, bonded warehousing, IPR and both import and export procedures. He has managed accounts for clients from a diverse variety of industries, including aerospace, engineering, clothing, food and children's toys. David enjoys watching films, upgrading his PC, and has a keen interest in news and current affairs. He has a BA in Politics from the University of Essex, and is married with five children.
What will the UK customs clearance procedures look like after Brexit? With the UK’s imminent departure from Europe, UK companies will need to prepare for the UK becoming a ‘third country’ to the EU. The… Read More »UK CUSTOMS CLEARANCE PROCEDURES AFTER BREXIT
On Friday 13th UKCS staff came to work in their best (or perhaps worst!) Christmas jumper. This was part of a nationwide program to raise money for Save the Children. A selection of the best… Read More »UKCS Charity Donation & Christmas Jumper Day
UK Customs Solutions is proud to be supporting a local commemoration project for our war dead. Residents and recent visitors to Felixstowe may have noticed signs posted up at 66 locations around the town, displaying… Read More »UKCS Supports 'Felixstowe Remembers' Memorial Project