Customs Services at Your Side for Brexit

With the United Kingdom leaving the European Union on 31 January, an 11-month transition period commences during which we hope that both the United Kingdom and the European Union succeed in negotiating a comprehensive trade agreement, as described in the political declaration.

During the current transition phase, Deutsche Post DHL Group’s cross-border business continues as usual.

Through its global activity, Deutsche Post DHL Group is used to adapting to changing trade conditions and whilst Brexit is presenting all companies with exceptional challenges, we continue to work closely with our customers and remain fully committed to supporting their cross-border trade post Brexit.

Brexit Effects on Customs

Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU continue with default position of Hard Brexit. Hard Brexit means, WTO rules which indicates tariffs, customs declarations and border controls.

In Case of Road Congestions

One of the expected impacts of Hard Brexit is road congestions e.g. between Calais and Dover, what alternatives do you have if it happens? 

Useful Links

We have prepared a list of useful links, where you can find further information on all matters around Brexit.

Get In Touch

Our customs professionals will be happy to answer any further questions.