Online Brexit compliance audits from Sheffield International Trade Centre

19th May 2020

Sheffield International Trade Centre are conducting online Brexit compliance audits for businesses to help them prepare for the end of the UK/EU transition period.

Prior to the start of the lockdown Sheffield International Trade Centre (SITC) had 3 Brexit compliance audits booked in for the end of March with companies wanting to prepare themselves for the end of the Brexit transition agreement, which will go ahead on the 31st December 2020.

SITC have now launched a new system whereby the audits can be conducted online. To date SITC have have now completed or have booked 5 online compliance audits.

If your business requires an ‘are you prepared’ compliance audit, please get in touch.

We can conduct a comprehensive audit online, looking at compliance, routing of your imports/exports and advising on customs systems to be applied to limit cost and exposure.

For more information please call 0114 201 8888, or email Nick Patrick at

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