In the event that the UK leaves the EU without a “deal” either in April 2019 or January 2021, my company is trying to understand how best to mitigate paying customs duties. We currently import goods into the Netherlands, where they are stored, but as it isn’t a bonded facility customs duty is paid on arrival. A large percentage of the stock then comes to the UK, where it is stored and supplied to Ireland. Some of the goods are delivered as received, but we also manufacture different goods from the stock received in the Netherlands to be sold into the EU. We think post-Brexit there could be at least three lots of customs duty paid rather than just one. Any guidance for planning will be useful.

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