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16. 12 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL HMRC exports from the UK
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26. 22 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Common Transit Convention (CTC) OFFICIAL
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1. Nº 89 .1 9 Madrid, 24 de ju l io de 2019 PREPARATIVOS PARA EL BREXIT. REUNIÓN DIRECCIÓN GENERAL ADUANAS
6. 2 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Event Overview & Objectives Stella Jarvis – Director, Border Delivery Group Heather Jones – Deputy Director, Border Deliver Group, SouthEast & Europe OFFICIAL
13. 9 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain End to end customs processes for freight at the border Margaret Whitby, HM Revenue & Customs OFFICIAL
36. 32 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain UK Border Force Update David Smith – Border Force South Eastern Europe OFFICIAL
40. 36 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Sanitary & Phytosanitary Requirements (SPS) John Furzer (Food Standards Agency) Matt Abbott (Border Division, EU EXIT, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) OFFICIAL
60. 56 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Department for Transport Bethan Grinham - Roads EU Exit, DfT OFFICIAL
66. 62 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Danny Langley – Trade and Investment Negotiations OFFICIAL
74. 70 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Other issues – travel, data transfers and geo-blocking EU/EEA/Swiss citizens will still be able to enter the UK for up to 3 months at a time, to work, visit or study, without requiring a v isa. EEA based businesses can transfer personal data to the UK in 'No Deal' if ‘appropriate safeguards’ under GDPR are used (such as st andard contractual clauses). As the geo-blocking regulation will no longer apply, traders from UK, EU and 3rd countries can offer different terms to UK customers co mpared to EU customers. OFFICIAL
75. 71 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Helping to Prepare Your Business Stella Jarvis – Director, Border Delivery Group Heather Jones – Deputy Director, Border Deliver Group, SouthEast & Europe OFFICIAL
82. 78 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Industry – Short Straits Operators Panel Eurotunnel – Jo Willacy Brittany Ferries – Steve James DFDS Ferries P&O Ferries – Alex Cork OFFICIAL
83. 79 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain P&O Ferries Alex Cork – Programme Director/Transformation OFFICIAL
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69. 65 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain The importer’s address also often has to be put on the p roduct or its packaging. EU-based authorised representatives who received their mandate pre-exit day recognised in UK. Different arrangements apply to medical devices. An UK-based distributor of EU goods may become an ‘im porter’ – and vice- versa. Other issues to consider OFFICIAL Compared to a distributor, importers have a stronger duty to ensure products are compliant.
70. 66 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain In various areas (cosmetics, chemicals, medicines) - compa nies may need to appoint new UK representatives. The UK will have it’s own REACH regime post exit for chemicals manufactured in or exported to the UK. Exact arrangements will depend on specific goods – lots of guidance available on GOV.UK. EC type-approvals no longer automatically accepted f or motor vehicles on the UK market – the UK Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA) will issue provisional UK type approvals. Arrangements for other goods OFFICIAL Medicines with a 'centralised' authorisation will be g iven a UK authorisation.
71. 67 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Non-harmonised goods Products subject to national rather than EU-wide rule s can sometimes be sold freely across the EU by virtue of the ‘mutual recogni tion principle’. UK will no longer be within scope of the mutual reco gnition principle after Exit. April 2020: updated 'Mutual Recognition Regulation' will come into force in the EU but will not apply to UK . If you export these goods to the UK you must check th ey meet UK national requirements. OFFICIAL
72. 68 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Automotive manufacturers: how things work today Safety and environmental standards for vehicle and c omponent manufacturer type-approvals are set in framework regulations on ECW VTA. UK Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA) issues EU-recogn ised type-approvals, and acts as a technical service for compliance testing. The UK is an individual contracting member to the UN -ECE, and continues to recognise UN-ECE approvals for vehicle systems and com ponents. OFFICIAL 1. European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval
73. 69 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Automotive: checklist of actions for selling into the UK Motor vehicles to be placed on the UK market will ne ed to convert their existing EC type-approvals to UK type-approval by applying to VCA for a provisional UK type-approval. New vehicle approvals will require VCA-issued UK type- approval after exit day (subject to new legislation which will come into forc e in Autumn 2019). For manufacturers with valid EC type-approval post e xit: duplicate testing is not required, but manufacturers will need to supply docum entary evidence to prove compliance. OFFICIAL Read the detailed guidance on gov.uk.
35. 31 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Any questions OFFICIAL Contact details for HMRC Stakeholder team: firstname.lastname@example.org We are hosting an EORI registration stand, availabl e at the market stalls this afternoon.
68. 64 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Products assessed against UK rules by a UK ‘approved body ’ will need the UKCA marking. New approach goods meeting EU regulations and CE mark ed can still be sold in UK for time-limited period. We will consult with businesses before making any change s to these arrangements. UK will directly recognise conformity assessment carried out by EU notified bodies. Selling goods into the UK OFFICIAL A new UK database will replace the EU’s NANDO database.
18. 14 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Entry summary declarations for exports (Safety & Security) OFFICIAL • Safety & security / ENS information required on expo rt from the UK will continue to be provided as part of the export customs declaration. • We expect that the EU will require a safety & securit y declaration for imports to the EU, reflecting current rest of the world process.
39. 35 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • Ensuring a frictionless border from day one will b e a priority. • EU nationals will continue to be able to enter the UK as now, using e-Passport gates when travelling on a biometric passport. EU nationa ls will also be able to enter the UK for short-term visits without a visa. • Until 31 December 2020, EU citizens will be able t o enter the UK by showing their valid national identity card for up to three months during which time they will be permitted to work, study or simply visit. • In the event of no deal, and once free movement ha s ended, EU citizens who wish to stay longer than three months will need to apply to the Home Office for leave to remain within three months of arrival. • EU nationals currently resident in the UK should re gister now for EU Settled Status to confirm their right of residence beyond 31 st October. Those with 5 or more years residence will be granted permanent status immediat ely. Those with less than 5 years will be granted pre-settled status which can be con verted to settled status once 5 years residence is completed. OFFICIAL UK Border Force: Passport Controls
45. 41 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL Ferry routes between the UK and Spain Port Designations UK: • London Tilbury – BIP & DPE • Portsmouth – DPE • Plymouth – not approved as a BIP/DPE • Poole – not approved as a BIP/DPE Spain: • Bilbao – BIP & DPE • Santander – BIP
47. 43 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL A new UK import notification system • After leaving the EU, the UK will no longer have access to the EU import notification system, TRACES. This system facilitates pre-notification of consignments destined for a UK border inspection post, records the outcome of checks and communicates the outcomes to HMRC for customs clearance. • A UK import notification system (IPAFFS) will be introduced to maintain our levels of biosecurity, minimise delays at borders and allow developments to support the UK’s future import controls.
67. 63 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Existing regulation of 'New Approach' goods High-level requirements in legislation and use of harm onised standards to achieve compliance. Conformity with requirements of ‘New Approach’ legisl ation shown by use of the CE marking. In most cases manufacturers take sole legal responsibilit y for compliance and can self-declare. In other cases manufacturers need to use a third party assessment body (a ‘notified body’). OFFICIAL
2. Nº 89 .1 9 Madrid, 24 de ju l io de 2019 PREPARATIVOS PARA EL BREXIT . REUNIÓN DIRECCIÓN GENERAL ADUANAS Tal como se anunció hace pocos días, tras una reunión sobre este mismo asunto convocada y organizada por el lado británico, cuyas presentaciones adjuntamos, ASTIC ha participado en el día de ayer, junto con otros representantes del departamento de mercancías del Comité Nacional de Transporte por Carretera en la reunión prevista con la Directora General de Aduanas e IIEE (Dña. Pilar Jurado) y la Subdirectora de Gestión Aduanera (Dña. Nerea Rodríguez Entremonzaga) al objeto de revisar los procedimientos que serán necesarios en caso de que el próximo 1 de noviembre el Reino Unido deje la Unión Europea sin acuerdo. En general, los funcionarios de aduanas recomendaron que las empresas de transporte se preocupen, no solo de estar preparadas ellas mismas para los trámites que van a tener que llevar a cabo, sino de avisar a sus clientes que habitualmente no realizan tráfico con países terceros, de la necesidad de que se informen sobre la realización de los trámites aduaneros. Con carácter previo: todos los operadores deben obtener los números EORI tanto del Reino Unido como de la UE, tal como ya se explicó en anteriores comunicados de AST IC . En caso de que exista un tráfico importante o frecuente con el Reno Unido, puede ser interesante obtener el status de operador económico autorizado. Para la realización de algunas declaraciones aduaneras, es necesario disponer de un
53. 49 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • The UK will replace EU regulations with a UK regulat ory framework and build domestic capacity to deliver the functions currentl y performed by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) • Imports to the UK: For the majority of chemical shi pments, there will be minimal impact at points of entry because regulatory contro l takes place away from the border • The UK will lose access to the EU’s REACH IT-system • Exports to the EU: There are additional requiremen ts for exporters, namely appointing an EU-based Only Representative to maint ain access to the EU market, but these do not take place at the border Chemicals • OFFICIAL - SENSITIVE
3. software específico. Salvo para las declaraciones de exportación, para las que existe un procedimiento on line en la página de la Agencia Tributaria, para las de importación, y las declaraciones de seguridad ENS deben comprar un pack, instalar en sus propios equipos las aplicaciones o trabajar con algún representante autorizado. https://www.agenciatributaria.gob.es/AEAT.sede/pro cedimientoini/DA11.shtml Exportaciones El transportista, o cualquier operador implicado en la operación como el exportador o el representante aduanero, deben enviar un aviso de salida y realizar una declaración aduanera. Los formularios todavía no están disponibles. No se exigirán controles fitosanitarios salvo en el caso de frutas en rama, plantas o madera. En el caso de los pallets, no está claro, pero parece que deberán disponer de los sellos de comprobación de la desinfección. Importaciones desde el Reino Unido hacia la UE El transportista deberá presentar la ENS, declaración sumaria de entrada. Si el país de entrada en la UE es el destino de la mercancía deberá realizar un despacho a libre práctica. Si la mercancía está destinada a otro Estado miembro, se deberá realizar un tránsito o una declaración a libre circulación. Se deberán realizar los controles fitosanitarios. En el caso de los puertos franceses, las declaraciones se realizarán mediante un procedimiento específico simplificado, basado en la lectura de códigos QR.
10. 6 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL UK Government objectives and priorities for the bor der UK will maintain security and prioritise flow, ensu ring new controls or processes do not interrupt flow of goods. UK border priorities Maintaining security Facilitating the flow of goods (including animals, food and plants) and people Protection of revenue and compliance with standards
14. 10 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Overview OFFICIAL • Currently, businesses can move goods freely between the UK and the EU. • In the event that the UK leaves the EU without a Dea l, businesses importing and exporting goods within the EU will have to comply with new rules. • HMRC is committed to helping businesses understand these changes and the actions they need to take to ensure that they remain compliant and can continue trading in the event of a No Deal EU Exit.
52. 48 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • Wood packaging material such as wooden pallets moving between the UK and the EU will have to be heat treated and marked in compl iance with international standards. • The UK will continue to take a risk-based approach to checking WPM and therefore there will be no new border checks on EU WPM. Imports & Exports: Wood Packaging Material • OFFICIAL - SENSITIVE
9. 5 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Today’s Industry Day will cover three types of frei ght traffic: 1. Freight to / from Spain / EU using the Short Straits. 2. Freight to / from Spain / EU using the western Chann el ports. 3. Freight to / from Spain / EU from south coast direct to Bilbao and Santander. OFFICIAL Event overview - Types of freight traffic
27. 23 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain How does the Common Transit Convention (CTC) work? The CTC allows movement of goods - under duty suspense - between the 28 EU Member States and the European Free Trade Association countries (Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein) plus Turkey, Republic of North Macedonia and Serbia. UK has been invited to accede to CTC as a separate contracting party when EU laws cease to apply to the UK (letter of invitation was De cember 2018). The requirements to use CTC will remain unchanged. Ho wever, as the UK will be outside the EU Customs territory, traders will need to have a Transit Accompanying Doc ument (TAD) scanned at the point of entry into the UK or other new cust oms territory. OFFICIAL
43. 39 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain EU (e.g. Spain) UK (e.g. Dover) UK destination • Product enters into UK freely and is placed on the U K market Now Post Brexit • Importer notifies UK (FSA) in advance of intention to import High-Risk food and feed. • Product enters into UK freely and is placed on the U K market. OFFICIAL Goods from EU to UK
30. 26 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • Under the CTC, traders can apply for authorisation to use simplified transit procedures. The main types of authorisation are: Authorised Consignor Status allows traders to declare goods to transit at their pre mises rather than an Office of Departure. Traders applying for this need to have a CCG. Authorised Consignee Status allows traders to end transit movements at their premise s rather than an Office of Destination. Traders applyi ng for this generally need a temporary storage facility. HMRC is working to enable traders to be authorised as quickly as possible. Simplified transit procedures OFFICIAL
37. 33 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL UK Border Force operational resource • Border Force increased its headcount by approximately 900 officers between March 2018 and March 2019. • In addition to specific recruitment for EU exit acti vities, BF has also recruited a Readiness Task Force (RTF) to provide operational resilience to the front line and allow existing staff to undertake EU exit related training. • As we move towards 31 October our priority is to on-bo ard and train the remaining new appointees. • To prepare all BF Officers for Day 1, a comprehensive set of training and operational guidance about process changes has been rolled out through face- to-face training to all frontline officers across the 5 regions and support teams.
76. 72 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Your next steps on GOV.UK Answer seven questions to be directed to relevant content. Choose one of the nine themes you are most interested in. Find out more 2 1 Sign up to email alerts about EU exit on GOV.UK: Brexit email alerts. 3 Download this leaflet on preparing your business for EU exit and the government’s every day support for business. 4 OFFICIAL
22. 18 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSPs) • Transitional Simplified Procedures will make importin g goods easier for the initial period after the UK leaves the EU. • Traders registered for TSP will not need to make fu ll customs declarations at the border and will be able to defer paying their customs duties. • To be eligible , traders must: – Be established in the UK – Have the intention to import goods into the UK from the EU – Have an Economic Operator Registration Identification (EORI ) number OFFICIAL
42. 38 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain RoW (e.g. India) UK (e.g. Heathrow DPE) UK destination Importer notifies UK (BIP/DPE), using TRACES, of any high risk category product prior to it arriving at the UK. Specified checks are carried ou t before it can proceed and be placed on the UK market. Now Post Brexit TRACES As before Exit, but importer will be required to use the TRACES replacement system, IPAFFS, in the event of a non-negotiated exit. IPAFFS OFFICIAL Non-EU goods from Rest of World (RoW)
19. 15 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Merchandise in baggage are commercial goods (for tr ade or business use) where: • A commercial transport operator does not carry them f or you. • You’ve travelled to or from the UK carrying goods in your baggage or in a small motor vehicle. For travellers carrying MIB worth less than the £90 0 and 1000 kilograms oral declaration limit: • Travellers with commercial goods in an accompanied ba ggage or a small motor vehicle below £900 and 1000 kilograms that are not classified as cont rolled goods and not subject to a licence can make a declaration using our simplified online de claration up to 5 working days before they depart the UK irrespective of which port they leave from the UK. • Travellers with commercial goods in an accompanied ba ggage or a small motor vehicle if the goods are above £900 or weigh more than 1000kgs or ar e classified as controlled goods or subject to a licence will follow the standard customs export declaration process irrespective of which port they leave from the UK. Merchandise in Baggage (MIB) exports OFFICIAL
23. 19 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain TSP declaration process OFFICIAL Controlled goods • The trader submits a simplified frontier declaration a nd ensures all necessary certificates and licences are available. • This is followed by a supplementary declaration by the forth working day of the month following the arrival of the goods in the UK. Standard goods • The trader makes a declaration directly in their com mercial records. • This is followed by a supplementary declaration by the forth working day of the month following the arrival of the goods in the UK.
38. 34 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL UK Border Force operational changes ‘No Deal’ at RoRo Ports • Border Force is committed to managing control processe s in a way which will minimise delays or issues for the flow of trucks through RoRo ports. • Safety & Security : Any vehicle and consignment may be subject to check s at the border, as they currently are for security purposes, under an intellig ence-led, risk-based approach. Such checks will continue. • Border Force will not be systematically stopping ve hicles as they disembark to ensure they have completed the correct customs declaration. • No need to stop unless pulled out of the flow by Bord er Force at its selection points. As far as is possible regulatory and fiscal checks will be conducted at locations away from the port.
61. 57 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Prepare your business now to ensure you, your customers and suppliers are ready for EU Exit “The UK wants to explore options for reciprocal access for road hauliers and passenger road transport operators, and arrange ments for private motoring” - UK White Paper, July 2018 “ The Parties should ensure comparable market access for freight and passenger road transport operators [...] Parties shou ld consider complementary arrangements to address travel by pri vate motorists” - Political Declaration, November 2018 OFFICIAL
78. 74 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL Additional information Key elements of EU27 comms activities for the borde r include: • The European Commission produced a guide for businesses o n “How To Prepare For Brexit” and published on 12 June 2019 their contingency paper, a vailable at: – https://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/sites/taxation/f iles/leaflet-brexit-customs-guide- for-businesses_en.pdf • The Spanish Government has published a Brexit web page to disseminate information on preparedness and contingency planning at: – https://www.lamoncloa.gob.es/lang/en/brexit/Paginas/i ndex.aspx • The French Government have published products includi ng short videos and physical paper products at: – http://www.douane.gouv.fr/articles/c958-brexit
31. 27 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Empty trucks Entering/leaving the UK • For UK customs purposes there will be no requirement t o make a customs declaration for empty lorries. Packaging • Where an otherwise empty lorry contains some packaging no customs declaration will be required and the lorry will be treated as empty. • This applies to: – Empty containers and pallets – Equipment for controlling the temperature inside th e container – Internal partition, shelves and similar for stowing g oods • Further details at: – https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/notice-30 01-special-procedures-for-the- union-customs-code/annex-c OFFICIAL
44. 40 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain RoW Origin RoW to UK via the EU UK sea/air port (BIP/DPE) UK destination • For RoW high-risk food and feed consignments, the imp orter will be required to send those products to a UK BIP/DPE for checks to be carrie d out (as 3 rd country process). • List of UK DPEs at: – https://www.food.gov.uk/business-guidance/port-designat ions Note: If the goods are imported directly into the EU where the relev ant import controls are undertaken, there will be no requirement to enter the UK via a UK BIP/DPE. This means the consignments will be able to enter the UK via any entry point. Through the EU OFFICIAL RoW High-Risk Food and Feed moving through the EU to the UK
54. 50 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • In the event of a ‘No Deal’ 1. The UK will need to be listed as a ‘third country’ to export to the EU. The EU listed the UK as a third country ahead of a potential no-deal on 12 Ap ril and we expect we will continue to meet the requirements for ‘third country’ status. • 2. To export animals, animal products, fish, shellfish, cr ustaceans or fishery products from the UK to the EU, the UK exporter will need a certified ex port health certificate (EHC), signed by an authorized signatory following an inspection, whi ch is sent with the export consignment 3. The goods will need to enter the EU through a borde r inspection post (BIP) 4. The EU-based importer/import agent will have to not ify the BIP prior to the arrival of the consignment, and at least 24 hours in advance for li ve animals – and upload a copy of the EHC on TRACES • OFFICIAL - SENSITIVE Exports to the EU: Animals and Animal Products
4. En los puertos españoles, la tramitación se hará mediante el sistema conocido por “levante sin papeles”, ya disponible en Bilbao, y que esperan que pueda estar disponible también en Santander. Los formularios definitivos todavía no están disponibles; las autoridades aseguran que lo estarán a tiempo. En el caso de mercancía destinada a Irlanda a través del Reino Unido, se deberá hacer un tránsito a través de este país mediante el procedimiento de tránsito o cuadernos TIR. Respecto al transporte de residuos, la situación todavía no está clara. Si hasta el momento las autorizaciones son competencia de las Comunidades Autónomas, en el caso del transporte con origen o destino en el Reino Unido pasarán a serlo del Estado. En el caso de las mudanzas, el régimen se va a mantener. En el caso de mudanzas procedentes de países terceros en tránsito por el Reino Unido, el Reino Unido dejaría de ser competente para establecer las franquicias. C/ Príncipe de Vergara, 74, 3 planta - 28006 MADRID Tlf.: 91 451 48 01 / 07 – Fax: 91 395 28 23 E-mail: email@example.com Nota: Prohibida la edición, distribución y puesta en red, total o parcial, de esta información si n la autorización de A ST IC
12. 8 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Mitigations 3 main mitigations OFFICIAL Improve “trader” readiness • Major work on communications over the summer. “Brexit Fatigue” means limited impact until new PM provides more clarity. • Improving traders’ awareness of need for registration, authorisation and financial obligation and time this takes. Implement Brexit Readiness checks • Checks will help to minimise how many unready trucks may cross the channel. Implement traffic management systems • This aims to reduce and disperse traffic build up/queues at key RoRo locations.
8. 4 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • New PM to be announced 23 July • Theresa May stands down on 24 July and new PM takes of fice. • Parliamentary recess begins on 25 th July 2019. • UK Government is focused on reaching a Deal that can command the support of Parliament so that the UK can leave the EU with a Deal in an or derly way on 31 October 2019. • Until we have a Deal, the default position is that we leave with ‘No Deal’ on 31 October 2019. OFFICIAL UK Brexit position as at 18 July 2019
29. 25 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • To make transit movements a trader needs to provide a guarantee for the customs duties suspended during the movement. This can be an individu al guarantee for a single movement or a Customs Comprehensive Guarantee (CCG) for multiple mo vements. To hold a CCG, a business needs to: – Satisfy HMRC’s customs/compliance checks; and – Obtain a guarantee from an approved financial insti tution. • An individual guarantee can include a guarantor und ertaking from a bank or financial institution and a cash deposit. • Guarantees can take several weeks to set up, so traders sh ould contact their bank or insurer about this as soon as possible. • The guarantee requirements are set by the Common Tran sit Convention. Transit guarantees OFFICIAL
32. 28 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Special procedures – Day 1 Current rules: EU rules require a customs comprehen sive guarantee (CCG) to obtain a full authorisation for a special procedure. Day 1 easements Traders will not be required to meet the CCG criteri a nor provide a financial guarantee for: • Inward processing • Outward processing • Temporary admission • Authorised use (a.k.a. end use) • Customs warehousing Traders still need to meet criteria for the special procedure. This policy will be monitored, and traders will be given 12 months’ notice of changes. OFFICIAL
64. 60 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Phase 4 If the M20 holding area and Manston becomes full, the M26 could be used to hold additional lorries heading for Eurotunnel. Phase 3 If phase 2 becomes full, lorries heading for Port of Dover will be directed to Manston Airfield, while the M20 is used to hold traffic for Eurotunnel. Traffic lights on the A256 after Manston Airfield will help to manage traffic travelling to the port. Prepare your business now to ensure you, your customers and suppliers are ready for EU Exit Phase 2 If phase 1 capacity is reached, we will start queuing Europe bound lorries that are 7.5 tonnes and over on the coast bound section of the M20 between junction 8 and 9 with cars and other vehicles using a contraflow on the London-bound carriageway. Phase 1 In the event of excessive disruption to services across the English Channel, improved holding capacity in the Port of Dover and Eurotunnel, as well as on the A20 approach to the port (Dover TAP), would be used. Further information can be found on https://highwaysengland.co.uk/OperationBrock/ OFFICIAL What is Operation Brock? Operation Brock is a set of measures to keep the M2 0 open in both directions between junctions 8 and 9 in the event of disruption to services across the English Channel, by using different holding areas . The queuing system only applies to lorries heading to mainland Europe f rom Kent. All other drivers should check conditions before setting out and, if they’re crossing the channel, c heck with their service operator for updates. This is all predicated on the French traffic management system which enabl es them to keep their networks open in all directio ns.
24. 20 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Duty deferment Current rules • Traders must have a duty deferment account to use TSP or an agent’s Customs Freight Simplified Procedure(CFSP) authorisation: – In practice, this is a direct debit mandate – It allows HMRC to take a monthly payment of duties 15 days after the supplementary declaration is made – Guarantees are required in order to defer duty to ma ke monthly payments Day 1 easements • Traders will not be required to meet the Customs Comp rehensive Guarantee(CCG) criteria when obtaining guarantees. • Traders can still choose to apply for a CCG, as those w ith Authorised Economic Operator C status can seek a reduction in the level of guarantee requi red to defer duty. OFFICIAL
34. 30 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • Apply for an EORI number (UK & EU) • Consider registering for TSP if you are established in the UK. • Confirm you can complete each data field in the declaration. • Agree responsibilities with your customs agent and logistics provider for each part of the process and update your contracts to reflect th is. • Identify software for submitting documents, if you do not use a customs a gent. Key actions for Spanish businesses OFFICIAL Businesses who trade with the UK need to act now to ensure that they are prepared in the event of a No Deal EU exit.
51. 47 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • Check whether the goods you export across the UK-EU border are currently managed under the EU plant passport regime or CITES. If the y are, you will need to provide a phytosanitary certificate (PC) and CITES permit to move them to the UK on Day 1. • Plan with logistics provider for travel via a UK authorised Point of Entry for pl ants and plant products/timber. • If your goods have come from a 3 rd country via the EU and are entering via a RoRo port, arrange inland checks at authorised trade prem ises. • The UK importer must pre-notify the UK authorities about the goods being imported across the UK-EU border using the PEACH system (for goods entering in England and Wales). They will need to provide scanned copies of the PC and import documents. • The UK importer may need to be registered on UK syst ems or with the UK authorities in order to import into the UK. They should check th e systems they need to use (e.g. PEACH) and register before they import . Imports to the UK: Plants & Timber • OFFICIAL - SENSITIVE
55. 51 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • Key messages for EU businesses: • OFFICIAL - SENSITIVE Exports to the EU: Animals and Animal Products • Pre-notify on TRACES when importing animals and animal products from the UK – and upload a copy of the UK Export Health Certificate • Ensure the UK exporter sends the original Export Health Certificate (EHC), signed by an authorised signatory, with the consignment • Plan with logistics providers to enter the EU through a BIP • Obtain CITES permit before shipment of CITES compliant specimens or products and enter via designated Point of Entry
63. 59 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Prepare your business now to ensure you, your customers and suppliers are ready for EU Exit OFFICIAL Drivers Hours • Department for Transport is able to respond rapidly to urgent situations by temporarily relaxing the drivers’ hours rules where it is in the public interest to do so. • The details, including the scope of the relaxation, a re determined on a case-by-case basis following close engagement with affec ted industry sectors. • In the past this facility has been made use of during roads disruption caused by events such as adverse weather conditions and d isruption to cross-Channel traffic. Driver CPC • The EU has indicated that UK-issued CPC will not be re cognised for employment in the EU. • Holders of a UK Driver CPC who are currently working for an EU company may want to exchange their UK CPC for an EU CPC bef ore Exit Day. • Exchanging CPC in this way will have no effect on a driver’s ability to work in the UK because the UK will continue to recognise E U-issued CPC.
48. 44 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL Part 1: importer raises a notification Part 1 – 3 rd Countries Importers Live Animals – (CVED-A) POAO (CVED-P) High Risk Feed/Food (CED) Part 1 – EU Member State Importers Live Animals – (ITAHCs and DOCOMs) POAO (Pre-notification) – Post Day 1 High Risk Feed/Food (Pre-notification) Post Day 1 The importer raises a notification in the new Imports Notification System. The system captures the required information for each commodity type based o n the existing certificate types.
25. 21 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Merchandise in Baggage (MIB) imports For travellers carrying MIB worth less than the £90 0 and 1000 kilograms oral declaration limit: • If they are entering the UK through a port without a Red Channel or Red Phone they will use an electronic form available on GOV.UK, up to 5 days be fore coming into the UK. • Pre-lodge a simple declaration alongside paying the d uty and tax. • The limits apply per vehicle. • Ports without a red channel or red phone are legally defined as: RoRo listed locations and Eurostar terminals. For travellers carrying MIB worth more than the £90 0 oral limit: • Pre-lodge a full customs declaration with HMRC direc tly through existing channels or through a customs agent up to 5 days before arriving into the U K. this will be a requirement at all ports. • The traveller will be given a receipt so that in the event they are stopped by border force as part of their non-fiscal targeted checks, they have eviden ce of customs declaration and tax payment. • Tor travellers carrying goods subject to excise duty or goods classified as controlled need to pre- lodge a full customs declaration irrespective of whet her the goods are above or below £900. OFFICIAL
33. 29 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain UK enrolment to schemes as at 23 June 2019 OFFICIAL EORI • Between December 2018 and 23 June 2019 HMRC receive d 74,000 applications for EORI numbers. • Around two thirds of the VAT registered businesses that only trade with the EU have registered for EORI numbers. Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP) • There have been 18,100 TSP registrations up to 23 June 2019. • The number registered reflects use of other easements a nd actions, for example use of CFSP and transit. Number of agents who have applied for the grant sch eme • There were 878 applications for customs agents’ traini ng / IT grants through the scheme, requesting the full £5 million available to businesses, by the 31 May 2019 deadline. AEO data • 548 businesses have been granted UK AEO authorisations sin ce 1 June 2016.
46. 42 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain More information: Food and feed products not of animal origin that are considered as high-risk: www.food.gov.uk/business-guidance/imports-exports What • EU originated high-risk food or feed • RoW high-risk food/feed imported directly into the EU but destined for UK Why • Due to loss of access to EU systems • Ensure the continued protection to UK consumers from imported food When • Requirement will come into effect during a No Deal scenario For surveillance purposes only and there will be no co ntrols on such products Pre-notification of EU High-Risk Food and Feed
50. 46 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain • Check what documents are required for the goods you import across the EU -UK border and how to apply for them. • Check the systems you need to use and prepare your business to do so • Plan with logistics provider for travel to a UK Point of Entry that has the facil ities for live animals • P re-notify the UK authorities about the goods you import across the EU-UK border a t least 24 hours prior to arrival Imports to the UK: Live Animals • OFFICIAL - SENSITIVE • Obtain CITES permit before shipment of CITES compliant specimens or pro ducts and enter UK via designated Point of Entry
57. 53 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL EU Exit pet travel readiness - communications 1. Headline comms message is: to ensure your pet is able to travel from the UK to the EU after Brexit in any scenario, contact your vet at least 4 months before travelling for the latest advice . 2. Communications campaign running since Nov 2018 and re launched in June 2019 to prepare pet owners for potential No Deal Brexit on 31 October. 3. Guidance on ‘Pet Travel to Europe after Brexit’ liv e on GOV.UK details how to prepare in all scenarios, including if the UK becomes an unlisted thi rd country. 4. GOV.UK guidance includes advice for UK nationals livi ng in EU Member States and detailed in FCO’s ‘Living in Spain’ online guide. 5. Good engagement with the campaign from official car riers and travel industry stakeholders that have helped increase GOV.UK hits and calls to our dedi cated Pet Travel helpline. 6. Information available via Brittany Ferries who have included No Deal pet travel messaging on their website and are sending out advice to passengers d ue to travel after 31 October. 7. Airports such as Heathrow Airport have also included Pe t Travel No Deal comms on passenger databases, are sharing messaging on social media and via booking pages.
80. 76 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Summary of key actions for goods entering the UK OFFICIAL • Register for an EORI number with home country’s customs office; UK importer must have a UK EORI number. • Apply for a deferment account if you are eligible. • Review the information needed for the Declaration forms, and review easements allowe d for Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP). • Check the systems (e.g. UK Import System, IPAFFS) you need to use and prepare to do so. • Agree responsibilities with your customs agent and/or logistics provider for each part of the process and update your contracts to reflect this, or identify software to utilise. • Plan logistics for travel via inland locations, including goods which are required to enter the UK via Border Inspection Posts (BIP) & Designated Points of Entry (DPE). • Apply in advance for ID documents and/or certificates for goods. • Ensure the UK exporter sends required documentation f or the goods imported with consignment, such as Export Health Certificates (EHC).
15. 11 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Approach to No Deal OFFICIAL Day one easements include • Transitional Simplified Procedures. • Intermediaries’ liability. • Guarantee relaxations. • Entry Summary Declarations for imports. Day 1 • Declarations should be pre- lodged electronically in a dvance. • Routine fiscal and other controls and checks undertake n away from the flow of traffic. Longer term • Longer term, UK Government is working on automated so lutions, use of technology for smarter borders and sharing more data.
79. 75 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Summary of key actions for goods leaving the UK OFFICIAL • Register for an EORI number with the UK. • If exporting , the Export Declaration and S&S Declaration are me rged. If using transit it is also merged. • Review the information needed for entry into the EU – if you are not using transit, your haulier will also be required to carry evidence (the MRN) of an EU Member States pre- lodged import and separate Safety & Security Declar ations . • Agree responsibilities with your customs agent and/or logistics provider for each part of the process and update your contracts to reflect this o r identify software to utilise. • Apply in advance for ID documents and/or certificates for goods. • Ensure the UK exporter sends required documentation f or the goods imported with consignment, such as Export Health Certificates (EHC). • Pre-notify systems where required , such as TRACES when importing animals and animal products from the UK and uploading a copy of the UK Export Health Certificate.
11. 7 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL • UK border planning assumptions are now focussed on trade r readiness, and the potential for disruption to RoRo flow in the event of a “No Deal”. • We have revised the original assumptions to reflect tha t infrastructure & resources (customs / SPS facilities) are now in place in France. • UK Day 1 arrangements do not include any new checks a t the border, so will not constrain the flow of RoRo goods into the UK . • Given the nature of the closed loop system at the sho rt straits, there is a risk of disruption to the flow of goods into and out of the UK. Our current assumptions are: • that less than 50% of freight vehicles will have the c orrect documents. • If unready trucks travel from the UK, they will have to be processed at the EU border, which may cause blockages and queues. • In order to be ready, customs and SPS declarations mu st be prepared in advance of arrival at the EU border. • Trucks with complex loads may have multiple consignmen ts. UK border planning assumptions
62. 58 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Prepare your business now to ensure you, your customers and suppliers are ready for EU Exit OFFICIAL • Transport documentation for EU hauliers will remain the same, with no new documents or processes. • The UK Government has confirmed it will: – Continue with existing driver hour arrangements – Recognise driver and transport manager Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) – Recognise EU issued driving licences – Recognise EU Community licence – you will not need an ECMT permit to access the UK • In the event of a no deal, you will require either a Green Card or other proof of Insurance, as set out in UK legislation. If yo u have different policies for your trailer and vehicle – please bring p roof of insurance for each. • As the EU Regulation on maintaining basic connectivit y has now been approved, the UK put in place laws to reciprocate: – We will maintain the current rights for EU hauliers a nd bus operators after exit day, including on cabotage and cross-trade
77. 73 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Additional information OFFICIAL Available products • Partnership Pack : a pack designed to help support businesses preparing fo r day one if we leave the EU without a Deal. • Communication products are currently being updated t o include a range of materials that can be used to raise awareness with your own stakeholders and c ustomers. These include: – Leaflets : covering the key changes in a No Deal scenario, for a range of industries – Videos : covering the key changes and additional requiremen ts, including short clips designed for social media and deep dive videos into ke y topics such as importing and exporting • Border Delivery Group have set up a dedicated email address (below) for ques tions about the border and Brexit preparedness. Please also contact BDG to sign up for email updates covering new information related to EU Exit. – firstname.lastname@example.org • BDG have also developed a Frequently Asked Questions p roduct which will be shared with you following today’s event.
49. 45 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL Part 2: conduct checks at the border Checks are conducted at Border Inspection Posts and th e outcomes of these checks are recorded in the system. Part 2 – 3rd Countries and EU Checks conducted at the BIPs Record lab test results Multiple Commodities Imposed Physical Check Calculations Part 3 – 3rd Countries and EU Controlled Destinations (CPH) (This is usually live animals to a farm of products to a processing plant) HMRC Interface Once Part 2 is completed, information is passed on to HMRC system CHIEF via an interface with ALVS. HMRC Link – 3rd Countries and EU Integration to ALVS – Testing Part 1 Integration to ALVS – Testing Part 2
28. 24 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Transit and the Common Transit Convention (CTC) 1. Transit declaration 1. The transit declaration is completed (including gua rantee) using NCTS (the New Customs Transit System) 2. The goods are presented at the Office of Departure (or Authorised Consignor) and the Transit Accompanyi ng Document (TAD) is printed off presented to the haul ier and then the goods are released into transit. 3. At every border crossing into a new customs territor y, the TAD and goods are presented at the Office of Transit (OoT functions can only be performed by Customs Offici als). 4. At the final destination the goods and TAD are pres ented at the Office of Destination (or Authorised Consignee). 5. The transit movement is closed, the goods must be d eclared to another customs regime eg free circulatio n, temporary storage and the guarantee is released. The goods are tracked and messages are sent from th e various offices using NCTS during the journey. 3. Office of Transit 5. Transit closed 2. Office of Departure 4. Office of Destination OFFICIAL
56. 52 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL EU Exit pet travel readiness 1. Under the current EU Pet Travel Scheme pets can move into & between Member States using an EU pet passport. 2. This will change when the UK leaves the EU and after any implementation period. The UK will be a third country but pets will still be able to move between the UK to the EU. 3. There are three classifications of third country: Part 1 listed, Part 2 listed and unlisted. Pets entering EU MSs from the UK will need to meet rules o f the relevant classification. 4. Entry requirements from the EU to the UK will not change. Pets will require a microchip, up-t o- date rabies vaccinations and dogs will need a tapeworm treatment if travelling from a tapeworm- free country. The UK will continue to accept EU-issue d pet passports as well as animal health certificates. 5. UK nationals taking pets to Spain will face changes de pending on how the UK is classified: – Part 1 listed: Same ID/health rules, Part 1 listed P et Passports replace EU ones – Part 2 listed: Same ID/health rules, certificates rep lace pet passports – Unlisted: Same ID, blood test for rabies, certificat es replace pet passports 6. In a Part 2 or Unlisted outcome pets travelling from the UK would need to enter the EU via a Travellers Point of Entry. 7. EU pets returning from the UK will also need a rabies blood test and to enter the EU via a Travellers Point of Entry.
7. 3 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Planning assumptions and trader readiness 1 Presentations by Spanish Officials 4 2 5 Infrastructure at the short straits – external stake holder panel – Eurotunnel – DFDS Ferries – P&O Ferries – Brittany Ferries Details on the four key processes from HMG Departme nts : – Customs applications & requirements – Food, animals, plants and other controlled goods – Transport requirements – Product conformity and standards Plan for the day OFFICIAL 3 Comms plan and next steps
21. 17 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain OFFICIAL Importing to the UK through RoRo borders on Day 1 Master Reference Number (MRN) or EORI provided to haulier/freight forwarder Goods/ truck referred inland Pre-border En route C U S T O M S Pre-lodge import declaration to UK Government Register for EORI Duties paid or deferred Update status of customs to show goods arrived in UK Goods free to leave At UK border • Businesses can defer payment if: • Paying customs in monthly payments • Using special relief schemes Business Haulier UK Government Key: Responsible parties After arrival in UK, update status of declaration by close of business next working day Risk-based checks, no change from current approach
17. 13 Border Delivery Group Industry Day - Madrid, Spain Pre-departure Authorised premise/DEP Submit combined Export/ Safety & Security Declaration Document checks – response provided to exporter Post border Haulier checks in for boarding and takes goods to departure point Pre-lodge any supporting documents on relevant system(s) Business UK Government Key: Responsible parties At UK border Haulier takes goods to DEP ; Checks carried out if necessary and Declaration updated High risk goods: Obtain full departure message from HMRC or intermediary C U S T O M S A N D S A F E T Y / S E C U R I T Y E X P O R T S Ferry/train departs Exporter tells haulier if Permission to Proceed granted or need to take goods to Designated Export Point (DEP) Permission to proceed granted Exporting from the UK through RoRo borders on Day 1 Exporter to ensure that the relevant EU member state import, safety and security declarations and any other necessary docu ments have been made / pre-lodged – and the MRN for that declaration is provided to the hauler to present at check-in at the UK border. OFFICIAL
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