Key Dates & Events
On 10th April 2019 the UK and the EU agreed a second delay to Brexit until 31st October 2019.
There will be a Soft Brexit and Transition Period to 31st December 2020 if the Withdrawal Agreement is approved by UK Parliament before 31st October 2019.
There will be a Hard Brexit on 31st October 2019 if the Withdrawal Agreement is not approved or extended, then UK will exit the single market & customs union, WTO terms apply and customs declarations will be required.
All Exports from Ireland to the UK will need the following:
- Export Declaration to Irish Customs.
- Import Declaration to UK Customs.
All Imports from UK to Ireland will require the following:
- Export Declaration to UK Customs.
- Import Declaration to Irish Customs.
- Entry Summary Declaration for each Truck.
Shipments to EU through UK will require the following:
- Transit Declaration to Irish Customs.
What do to now?
Thyme-IT can provide sophisticated C&E Solutions to assist with all customs requirements and to streamline tasks to improve efficiency. Some of the options are as follows:
- Data entry directly to Thyme-IT systems
- Interface from your existing systems to Thyme-IT to create and submit customs declarations automatically
- Declarations can be sent 1st to Irish Customs then to UK Customs
- Declarations can be sent 1st to UK Customs then to Irish Customs
- SAD data can be imported onto the Transit Declaration to avoid re-entry
- SAD data can be imported onto the Entry Summary Declaration to avoid re-entry