In the absence of a Withdrawal Agreement, which would put in place a transition period until the end of 2020 (with the possibility of an extension foreseen in the Withdrawal agreement), the UK will be treated as a non-EU country for customs purposes as of 30 March 2019.

It is now urgent that businesses in the EU start preparing for the UK’s withdrawal, if they have not yet done so.


How to Make а Successful Export Thanks to the Smart Border?


BREXIT – Reminder regarding transit declarations procedures (entrance and exit)


How to prepare for Brexit


BREXIT: On 30 December 2020, 8.00 CET - UK will be excluded from ECS messaging platform


BREXIT: Excise Duties Information for the Economic Operators in UK and NI published on 17.12.2020  


Withdrawal of the United Kingdom and EU rules in the field of prohibition and restrictions of imports and exports, in particular import/export licences, published on 16.09.2020  



Information from other EU member countries


The French Directorate-General for Customs and Indirect Taxes of France has published on its website documents answering customs questions related to Brexit - in French and English in the Smart Border brochures for informed drivers and Post-Brexit Import and Export.






Publish date: 30.01.2019 14:22
Last updated: 18.11.2022 01:38