With the UK leaving the EU, many supply chains will be subject to increased customs burdens as well as possible delays and disruption to supply chains if the necessary steps are not taken to prepare for the changes that BREXIT will bring. Many fruit and vegetable products will now require phytosanitary certification to enter the EU. Within the HANNON Group, we are determined to maintain the resilience of our services to ensure the supply chains of our customers continue to run smoothly.
- We have established our own dedicated in-house Customs Clearance Team to provide both expertise and to take the burden off our customers by handling consignment customs clearance submissions and documentation
- Reducing the probability of port delays by utilising fast track Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status
- Upgrading our current IT systems to manage new import regulations to record EU trade accurately
- Working with our current customers to advise them of proactive steps they can take to limit the impact on their supply chains
Modifications in the regulation that facilitate the complex logistics might affect the specific timings in which the supply chains work. This could lead to port delays, that eventually would result in reduced shelf-life, augmentation in food waste, increase in the cost of goods and reduced FFV availability.
To talk to us about how BREXIT could impact your supply chain, contact our Head of Legal & Customs Compliance Officer, Donard McCann.
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HANNON Transport can act as a customs agent on your behalf, but you need to provide us with a Letter of Authority (LOA) to do so.
Download a Letter of Authority. Once completed, please sign, scan and forward a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
HANNON Customs Portal
HANNON Transport has a new portal available to customers which will allow you to easily submit your consignments online and we can take care of the customs arrangements on your behalf.
We will be emailing customers week commencing 14 December 2020 with details and login credentials for the Customs Portal. You should take the time to get your Commodity Codes organised.
Download our handy Commodity Code List Template which will help you start to get your Commodity Codes organised. It is best to start this as soon as you can.
We need your EORI Numbers
From 01 January 2021 you will need an EORI number to move goods between the island of Ireland (ROI & NI) and GB or to move goods between Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and the EU. GB companies may also need an EORI Number if they move goods to or from Northern Ireland.
If you move goods to or from Northern Ireland, from 1 January 2021 you’ll need an EORI number that starts with XI
The deadline for auto-enrolment for an XI EORI number has been extended to 14 December. After this date, a manual process will be available.
We are here to help all our customers. Please feel free to contact the Customs Administration Team if you need any help or would like some more information. We will soon be in contact with customers again to start the roll out of our Online Customs Portal.
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