Importing and Exporting after Brexit

Preparing for trade with the EU after the transition period

The UK is preparing to leave the Single Market and Customs Union on 31 December 2020.  Businesses need to prepare for changes to their movement of goods and services, for example by getting an EU EORI number or registering with the relevant Customs Authority.  Businesses are advised to visit the UK Transition page on the gov.uk website and answer a few questions to get a personalised list of actions and an opportunity to sign up for emails to get updates when things change.

The International Trade team at Surrey Chamber of Commerce provides support and guidance for Mole Valley businesses wanting to trade successfully overseas.

Export Surrey

Please send enquiries to export@surrey-chambers.co.uk

Open to Export is a free online information service from the Institute of Export and International Trade, dedicated to helping small UK businesses get ready to export and expand internationally.  They are running a programme of webinars on the trade negotiations with the EU and what businesses need to plan for the UK’s eventual future trading relationship with the bloc. 

Open to Export webinars