On the 11 March, due to the unprecedented challenges businesses have faced during the pandemic, the government announced a six-month delay to the introduction of full import border controls.

This new timetable for introducing import border control processes will enable UK businesses to focus on their recovery from the COVID pandemic as well as the unforeseen challenges BREXIT has brought the UK’s importers.

This means that full declarations won’t be needed at the time you import non-controlled goods until 1 January 2022. If you’re already making full declarations, you don’t need to change anything, but for those who are still getting to grips with the changes there is longer to prepare.

Read the outline of what the latest announcement means for you from our BABC partner Essex Chambers of Commerce.

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