EU Imports: Make sure your business is ready for GVMS

by | Nov 26, 2021

Introducing the Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS) from 1st January 2022

Customs processes are changing dramatically from the beginning of next year, which could well have a dramatic effect on your supply chain if collectively you do not act now. The main changes will impact the haulier and their driver but UK Freight Forwarders may also wish to offer this service but they will undoubtedly become the liable party to UK Customs and could face financial penalties.

This document will highlight changes that affect goods arriving or departing the UK by road freight UK via the Port of Dover or Eurotunnel. This applies to both European Union Goods and Rest of World goods.

How can we help you prepare?

Customs Insights has a 50-strong Customs team based in Dover and we have increased our workforce to accommodate the changes and manage the new challenges. We have also created a PDF with further details of the GVMS system – along with the new REX number requirement – which you can download here.

If you require further information, or would like to speak with one of our Customs specialists, please email enquiries@customsinsights.co.uk or call 01304 211652. 

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