The UK Government has issued information for business providing guidance on how they should prepare in the event of “A scenario in which the UK leaves the EU without agreement (a ‘no deal’ scenario)”
The purpose of this notice is to inform businesses of the implications for the trade in goods between the UK and EU countries and the actions they may want to now consider taking to mitigate the potential impacts in the event that the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019 with no agreement in place.
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Brexit Planning Workshops
We have worked with the Forestry Commission (FC) Plant Health Department and other UK Government departments to organise BREXIT planning workshops for TTF members.
These workshops are open to all members, but will be of particular relevance to importers, exporters, agents and those considered distributors by the European Union. The content aims to address the key issues and provide essential information in terms of:
- Import and export of wood, wood products and isolated bark between the UK and EU, including provisions for importing both bulk and specialist products illustrated by case studies
- Changes to Plant Health requirements
- Responsibilities under the new UKTR (replacing EUTR in the UK), BEIS and changes to CITES procedures
Book your place by following the links below: