Hot Topics in International Trade in 2022

1st January 2022 sees the implementation of additional import controls and the rollout of new customs systems, along with the revision of the Harmonised System Tariff.   Join this course to understand the new rules to ensure your goods keep moving.

The new UK border operating model became effective in January 2021, and the phasing of certain customs procedures was revised several times during the year.  1st January 2022 sees the implementation of additional import controls and the rollout of new customs systems, along with the revision of the Harmonised System Tariff.   

These changes may have significant implications for your cost base, your staff workload (and training requirements), your operating procedures and compliance.  You HAVE to understand the new rules to ensure your goods keep moving and reach their designated destination without unnecessary delays.

Content

  • Review of Border Operating Model in 2021
  • Border Operating Model 2022
  • Phasing of new import controls
  • Customs systems: CHIEF/CDS/GVMS
  • HS Tariff 2022
  • Rules of origin – compliance check
  • Trade with Northern Ireland
  • HMRC

Benefits

This interactive course will ensure delegates are aware of the latest changes in international trade, enabling them to develop their own business processes and procedures and determine any further staff training needs to keep trade flowing as efficiently as possible.  Course materials will be provided, including a trader toolkit of reliable ‘go-to’ reference sources.

This course will be given by

Becky Stark

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