Prepare Your Business for Customs Workshop
January 29 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Run by DLR Local Enterprise Office
Regardless of a hard or soft Customs Brexit, goods to/from the UK or transiting through the UK, will be subject to strict compliance and documentation requirements.
This workshop will cover how export and import customs will impact trade with the UK as a ‘Third Country’, how tariffs work and the need to correctly classify your goods.
There is now an urgent need to prepare your company for customs with this one-day interactive workshop. This workshop is fully funded by DBEI, through Enterprise Ireland and delivered by Export-Edge Training, on behalf of Local Enterprise Office Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown.
Austin Rutledge, Director Export-Edge and his colleagues, will help you understand the pending customs documentation requirements and procedures needed, following Brexit. Export Edge (over 20 years), have been leaders in Customs and Export Operations Training to help companies optimise their Trade and Customs procedures plus keep abreast of their compliance responsibilities.
You will become familiar with the customs compliance requirements that will affect your company, on trading with the UK, outside the EU. This workshop will help you to brainstorm the urgent tasks and applications needed to mitigate costly delays and penalties.
You will learn about the potential impacts, formalities and procedures you will need to adopt when trading with a country which is outside the Single Market and Customs Union.
Attendance is free but early booking is essential, as these Customs Courses are in strong demand with a limited number of places available.
- Information Sources
- Importing / Exporting
- Brexit: Customs Impact
- Classification Codes
- Binding Tariff Information (BTI)
- Preferential Origin
- Classification Examples
SADs & Associated Documents
- Transport & Trade Documents
- Community Transit
- SAD Boxes
- Customs Procedure
- Customs Broker Management
- Brexit Strategy Questionnaire
- UK Clearance
- Goods Transit across the UK
- Union Customs Code
- Authorised Economic Operator (AEO)
Review & Questions
Book your place here