On 23 August the government published a series of technical notices giving guidance on preparing for exporting and importing if there is a ‘no deal’ Brexit.
These Notices are primarily aimed at businesses who have previously traded only with the EU, and are unfamiliar with the customs requirements for importing and exporting. Although the notices give guidance on the areas which will need attention, at the time of publication it was not possible to give detail and the situation is still unclear.
In effect,the requirements are unlikely to be any more demanding than the procedures currently used for exports and imports with countries outside the EU. So it is advisable for traders to use a freight forwarder who already offers services to and from third countries, (outside the EU) and is therefore accustomed to facilitating full export and import clearances. Follow the link below if you would like to read the guidance.