Effects of Brexit on goods logistics

From the 1st of January 2021, the United Kingdom will no longer be involved in the European Customs Union.

The UK will operate as a sovereign state with an external border. Therefore, controls on the movement of goods between the UK and the EU will be implemented.

The British Government will introduce changes in three stages from the 1st of January to the 1st of July 2021. This flexible and pragmatic approach gives extra time to make the adjustments needed for the benefit of the industry.

European customs authorities will carry out checks based on the Union Customs Code and in accordance with a common policy which reinforces the protection of the borders within the EU.

Export to UK of vegetables and plant products

PARTIDA launches department and equipment for exports to the UK. We help you adjust to Brexit changes

EU companies should already be familiar with the formalities and procedures for doing business with the UK as a third country as of 1 January 2021. They should also take into account increased administrative obligations and potentially longer deadlines. resulting from these formalities and procedures, which could imply significant changes in the organization of existing supply chains.

Companies are responsible for evaluating the necessary actions in light of these changes, and PARTIDA Logistics helps you by making its entire team of professionals and its technology available to them.

Exporter, you are not alone!

Let’s talk to study your operation based on the type of merchandise and casuistry. In line with this, we will inform you of significant changes within your logistics chain such as Incoterms, forms of sale (firm or on consignment) and the necessary documentation to trade with the United Kingdom.

Send us an email to brexit@partidalogistics.com and we will get in touch.

Here we provide you with a guide with the 7 necessary documents.

In 2019, exports to the United Kingdom amounted to 1.5 million tonnes and 1.78 billion euros. It represented 15% of the total sold abroad by Spain and 9% of the total fruit.

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