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Preparing for Brexit Custom Controls / Customs Duties

Sligo Chamber Skillnet will host a breakfast briefing on likely customs requirements post-Brexit and what steps businesses operating cross-border are going to have to take.

The event will take place in Sligo Park Hotel on Tuesday 28th February next at 8:00am


Speaker :  Carol Lynch, Partner BDO Customs & International Trade Services - http://www.bdo.ie/en-gb/our-people/carol-lynch


The seminar will focus on the practical customs requirements, namely:


         Understanding Customs and Import Duty Costs

         Potential Tariff Rates

         Import VAT payments

         Understanding Customs obligations regarding the movement of goods

         Impact of the introduction of the EU Single Market on January 1 1993 on EU Trade

         Meaning of a Customs Union

         Procedures to be applied at Customs Borders and explanation of the customs clearance process

         Explanation of Import and Export Documentation required by the EU and Irish       Authorities and completion of same

         Supporting documentation required by Customs

         Application of the above to the UK if/when trading as a Non-EU Country

         Understanding the Common Travel Area and potential impact of same

         Difference between Airports and Seaports vs the Land Border between North and South

         Practical example regarding exports from Ireland
    - to the UK
    - to Europe through the UK using the Transit Regime

         Practical example regarding imports into Ireland

         From the UK

         Into Ireland from Europe crossing through the UK


RSVP to mary@sligochamber.ie by Friday 24th February 2017