VIDEOS : Help and support if you export to the EU or import from the EU
New videos have been produced to explain what you need to do if you export to the EU or import from the EU.
Sign up for trader support service
If you move goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Trader Support Service will guide you through any changes due to the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol. It can help if you are moving goods yourself, act on behalf of someone else or send parcels between Great Britain and Northern Ireland, or bring parcels into Northern Ireland from outside the UK.
Placing manufactured goods on the EU and GB market from 1 January 2021
· EU market : New guidance on what you need to do to comply with regulations on manufactured goods you place on the EU market from 1 January 2021 has been published
· GB market : New guidance on what you need to do to comply with regulations on manufactured goods you place on the GB market from 1 January 2021 has been published.
Using the UKCA mark from 1 January 2021
New guidance explains how to use the UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) marking. The UKCA marking is a new UK product marking that will be used for goods being place on the market in Great Britain. It covers most goods which previously required the CE marking. The UKCA marking can be used from 1 January 2021. However, to allow businesses time to adjust to the new requirements, you will still be able to use the CE marking until January 2022 in most cases.
Existing UK trade agreements with non-EU countries
Find out about the trade agreements the UK has already signed and our our discussions with countries the EU has a trade agreement with.
What is the UK Global Tariff (UKGT)?
The UKGT is the UK’s independent ‘Most Favoured Nation’ tariff. This is a schedule of taxes to be paid on goods imported into the UK from January 2021. The UKGT will replace the EU’s Common External Tariff.
The UKGT will not apply to goods imported from a country that the UK has a trade deal with, a country that is part of the Generalised Scheme of Preferences or where an exception applies.
What should I do next?
1. Learn more about the UK Global Tariff
2. Plan ahead by looking up the tariffs you will need to pay using the tariff look up tool.
4. Visit GOV.UK/transition for more information about what you need to do to prepare for the changes coming into effect from January 2021.