Brexit: Get ready to face the consequences
The Brexit negotiations are still going on, but one thing is certain: the legislation and customs tariffs governing the flow of goods between Europe and the United Kingdom will be turned upside down. The minister G. DARMANIN announced it very officially, in March 2019 all merchandise exchanged with Great Britain will have to be customs cleared. To cope with this volume of flows to be controlled, France has announced the recruitment of 700 customs officers and the opening of an office of the DGCCRF in Le Havre.
At DERUDDER, we follow and prepare with precision this change which will impact the transport of goods between France and England. Indeed, any import or export to or from England will be subject to a declarative obligation in the same way as goods from third countries to the European Union: customs clearance, veterinary or phytosanitary control, normative control (CE standards, standard toys, etc.), conformity for European standards, Bio.
Freight forwarder and custom commissioner, already operating on all major seaports in France, we are an ideal partner for cross-Channel transport, and can manage customs declarations and paperwork via the ports of Calais, Dunkirk, Le Havre, Cherbourg, Caen, Ouistreham, Saint-Malo, Dieppe. Roscoff does not have a customs office in the immediate future. We have selected an English partner who will be able to carry out all formalities on the English side both for export and for import.