CDS Launch Under Way
HMRC has confirmed that they have successfully implemented the first software release for the new Customs Declaration Service (CDS).
The Customs Declaration Service is expected to deliver a modern system for importers and exporters who have to complete customs declarations.
CDS will replace the existing CHIEF system over three phases starting this month and is expected tosupport the anticipated future import and export growth of the UK, while providing access to more customs information in one place.
Last week a small group of importers were making Following supplementary declarations on CDS, although the majority of importers will start using CDS from November. CHIEF will continue to operate in parallel while the transition of traders takes place.
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