The future of imports: what you need to do to keep your goods moving

10 September 2021

The government have been phasing in border controls for most goods throughout 2021, with new import border control processes in full effect from 1st January 2022.

This webinar will give you full insight into the future of imports from the EU into the UK and what key guidance you need to know in order to continue trading without friction.


The future of imports: what you need to do to keep your goods moving

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This webinar covers: 

  • Processes for importing goods as the easement period ends
  • What safeguard measures are in place and when a Product of Animal Origin (POAO) needs to be accompanied by a health certificate
  • New Sanitary and Phytosanitary controls, including the new procedures which apply to the import of animal products
  • How to use IPAFFS (Import of Product, Animals, Food and Feed System) to submit notifications in advance of the goods arrival

We’ll be highlighting important information from the new Border Operating Model to give you a comprehensive overview of customs processes on imports from the EU.

If your business struggled to catch up with the export rules earlier this year, then join us for this import masterclass to get ahead of the game and ensure a smooth transition.

Charles Hogg, Commercial Director at Unsworth and Vice Chair of British International Freight Association (BIFA) Policy Group for Maritime, Road & Rail. 

Charles is a recognised figurehead in the industry and has become fundamental in helping businesses build successful customs compliance strategies. Over the past year, Charles and Unsworth’s customs solutions team have been driving businesses towards frictionless trade, giving them back full control on their supply chains.