Exporting advice for small businesses and the self-employed

The UK has left the EU and new rules will come into effect when the single market and customs union transition period concludes, at the end of the year.

This will affect around 200,000 UK businesses currently trading with Europe, regardless of the final trading arrangements agreed between the UK, EU, and countries trading in the European Economic Area (EEA). If you plan to continue to import and export goods from 1st January 2021, now is the time to prepare.

Don’t panic – we’ve got this!

Here are some helpful hints and tips to prepare your business and protect your supply chains:

If you have any questions about exporting your goods into EU countries, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein, or indeed exporting to any country worldwide, speak to our local shipping experts - your London - Kings Cross post, parcel & print centre.

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