Webinars to help cross-Channel trade

Webinars to help cross-Channel trade
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A series of webinars is being staged to help businesses adapt to the new export regulations governing cross-Channel trade.

The UK Government and Region Hauts-de-France have joined forces to host a joint webinar at 8:00am (UK time) on March 8 for businesses on the Short Straits Channel Crossing. 

The session will: 

  • Present how cross-Channel trade has fared since January 1 2021, with a specific focus on what companies can do to keep their operations smooth in light of new controls
  • Promote the need for preparation and anticipation when engaging in cross-Channel trade
  • Answer participants’ questions

Further live webinars are taking place this week and next including:

  • What are customs import declarations? – March 5
  • Trader responsibilities when using an intermediary – March 5
  • Importing Products of Animal Origin (POAO) from the European Union into Great Britain – March 8
  • Exporting: Actions you need to take now – March 9

For more information and sign-up visit the following links:

https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/720124453729590542?source=February-HMRC-GOV (Customs import)

https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/307162178772281358?source=December-HMRC-GOV (Exporting)

https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/6648007254465384974?source=February-HMRC-GOV (Trader responsibilities)

https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/2867929158198948108?source=December-HMRC-GOV (Importing: Staged controls)

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/defra-presents-importing-products-of-animal-origin-poao-from-eu-to-gb-tickets-139408228765 (Importing Products of Animal Origin)

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