The brexite is getting closer and closer. It will be finally completed as of 01 January 2021. Then new rules will apply to trade, travel and business between Britain and the EU.
You must prepare yourself so that your company meets the new requirements from 01 January 2021. dbh is your partner for a smooth transition.
We advise you on brexite
Are you affected by the brexite?
Do you meet one or more of the following criteria?
- We supply goods or provide services to the United Kingdom
- We receive goods or services from Great Britain
- We have UK materials or products in our supply chain
- We have existing contracts with British contract partners
- In my company there are flows of goods between the UK and another EU Member State (not necessarily Germany)
- I am a freight forwarder or transport goods to or through Great Britain
- We work together with British auditors
- We regularly send employees to Great Britain
- We are planning or making investments in Great Britain
- We use markings (e.g. CE) from Great Britain
Then you are affected by Brexit and should look into the issue further. We have summarized some information on customs and foreign trade for you. The free checklist can be used to provide a wide range of assistance “Are you ready for Brexit” by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which covers 18 issues that you should consider and strategically assess for yourself.
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