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
HMRC have published details of measures to assist traders in the event of there being no deal in place come Brexit. Described as ‘day 1 easements,’ the measures are part of an update of broader… Read More »Brexit day 1: HMRC details 'easements' for traders
On 17th January the UKCS management team attended the annual BIFA Freight Service Awards, with the company nominated as finalists in the Extra Mile Award category. It might not sound as glamorous as the ‘Oscars’… Read More »UK Customs Solutions: BIFA Awards Finalist
The government has just published it’s first set of advice on preparing for a ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario. The move comes amid increasing concern that time is running out to come to a long term… Read More »UK Government publishes 'no deal' Brexit advice
A chaotic couple of weeks After weeks of slow news regarding Brexit, the previous two have been hard to keep up with. Whilst there appeared to be agreement between the Prime Minister and cabinet members on future EU relationships,… Read More »Government Customs Bill gets Commons approval
This week members of the team at UKCS met with providers of our customs software to discuss preparations for the switch from CHIEF to the new Customs Declaration Service (CDS). HMRC aims to go live… Read More »Switching from CHIEF to CDS – is your business ready?