Monday 17th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

HMRC to extend Transitional Simplified Procedures

HMRC is extending the Transitional Simplified Procedures in the event of no-deal Brexit, so that the date the first supplementary customs declarations must be submitted, and any import duties must be paid, is 4th October.

EU leaders agree to Brexit delay

Brexit is to be delayed until at least 12th April after prime minister Theresa May asked other European Union leaders to extend the deadline from 29th March.

AEO status for John G Russell

Scottish operator John G Russell (Transport) has been granted Authorised Economic Operator accreditation by HM Revenue & Customs.

Duty free plan for no-deal Brexit

The government will not charge customs duty on 87 per cent of imports under plans to protect supply chains in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

DfT Brexit plans ‘rushed and risky’, say MPs

MPs have accused the Department for Transport of failing to make timely preparations to procure extra freight capacity in the face of continuing uncertainty over the final outcome of the Brexit negotiations.

FTA warns May of supply chain chaos threat

A no-deal Brexit would probably lead to chaos in supply chains triggering panic buying, inflation and job losses, the Freight Transport Association has warned in a letter to prime minister Theresa May ahead of today’s Brexit vote.

Cost of border delays revealed by Brexit survey

A one-day delay at the UK/EU border after Brexit would result in late delivery penalties and even lost contracts for UK exporters, a survey by the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply has revealed.