As proposals for new UK border import checks have now been announced, logistics and worldwide transport specialist cargo-partner is reminding importers to get ready and be prepared.
New import checks for all goods coming into the UK have been expected since the Brexit trade deal. Now the UK Government has provided a draft Border Target Operating Model, setting out a new approach to importing into the UK that is expected to be progressively introduced from the end of October 2023.
cargo-partner can support customers to prepare for these new checks and ensure they have the best solution in place to support both their import and export requirements.
Neil Murray, Managing Director for cargo-partner UK, said: “cargo-partner offers a dedicated customs clearance service, as part of our comprehensive range of transport solutions. Our UK and Ireland teams are experienced in connecting shipments across the Irish Sea, across the English Channel and supporting customers with the movement of goods between Great Britain and the rest of Europe, so we’re always up-to-date on the latest customs checks. We offer comprehensive customs brokerage services, assisting our customers with documentation, duty management, and trade compliance. By partnering with cargo-partner, our clients can navigate the complexities of customs procedures with confidence.”
With over 200 employees specialising in customs clearance and brokerage, based across 160 offices and 40 countries, cargo-partner can provide tailored and personal solutions to and from any location in the world.
cargo-partner is a privately owned full-range info-logistics provider offering a comprehensive portfolio of air, sea, land transport and warehousing solutions. With 40 years of expertise in information technology and supply chain optimization, the company designs tailor-made services for a wide range of industries to create competitive benefits for its customers all around the world. Founded in 1983, cargo-partner generated a turnover of over 2.06 billion euro in 2022 and currently employs more than 4,000 people worldwide.