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After several Brexit deadlines that have been postponed and a transition period up until 31 December 2020 the UK left the European single market and the customs union on January 1st, 2021. As a result of this change, there is increasing involvement of customs and administrative procedures will be involved in trade from and to the UK. Each company which deals with the UK is affected differently. However, we are here to support you in this transition.

Every shipment that will be exported to the UK our will be imported out of the UK has to be declared to customs. We, the Emons Brexit Team, make together with our customers change in their supply chain if this is needed. The information flow will be a crucial part of letting the goods flow go as smooth as possible. We make the processes visible together with our customers and make sure that everything in addition because of Brexit is covered. 

The Brexit Team within Emons is highly motivated to help our customers. Start with your first consultation already to find out what simple steps you can take to avoid disrupted transport flow. It is important to be agile to the situation and adapt Brexit changes in the current processes. 

Are you looking for a reliable transport partner that is willing to go the extra mile for you? Don’t hesitate to contact us. We created a special team to deal with Brexit change.

Please read our blog post: Shaping freight from the United Kingdom to Poland, for more information about the results of Covid-19 and Brexit on the road freight between the UK and Poland.

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