What will change




On 1 January 2021, the Brexit came into effect and the UK is leaving the European Union. By becoming a third country again, customs formalities between France and the UK have been re-established. To facilitate the transport of goods, B-FLEXEE and its customs department will help you prepare for this new border.

A new trade agreement has been negotiated between the United Kingdom and the European Union. Two situations may arise:

On 1 January 2021, at the end of the transition period, the border, import-export declarations, customs duties and controls have been restored.

For countries outside the EU, as the UK no longer benefits from EU agreements, bilateral negotiations are underway to establish new trade agreements.

The Brexit has a significant customs, logistical, fiscal and financial impact on the supply chain of companies.

With over 400 million annual customs declarations expected between the UK and the EU from 2021*, B-FLEXEE customs teams are ready to support you with dedicated Brexit solutions.

*Source: HRMC (Her Majesty Revenue and Customs) June 2020