French Customs Guide For No Deal

by | Aug 29, 2019

With the increasing chances of a no deal Brexit, customs formalities and controls at the border between France and the UK could well be reinstated.

French customs have issued guidance for UK businesses that move goods between the UK and France (and beyond), which outlines how to prepare for new customs procedures in the event of no deal.

In line with any export or import through the UK, any exchange of goods between France and the UK will be subjected to 2 customs declarations, one to British Customs and one to French Customs.

The guidance from the French Customs includes the below linked documents:

Anticipate your customs declarations for a hassle-free crossing

Preparing for Brexit: French customs guidelines

Imports from the UK sanitary and phytosanitary controls

Imports from the UK preparations for sanitary and phytosanitary controls

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