UK-EU Trade Deal
The United Kingdom and the European Union agreed a Trade and Cooperation Agreement governing future trade relations from 1 January 2021, that will see no tariffs or quotas on the movement of goods produced between the UK and the EU.
The deal with the EU means the UK can now regulate in a manner that suits the UK economy and UK businesses – doing things in a more innovative and effective way, without being bound by EU rules.
As with any major change, there will be challenges as we adjust to new ways of doing business with the EU. While the deal secures us tariff-free access to EU markets, you should still check what you need to do to allow your business operations to run smoothly.
Composites UK EU-Exit Member Resources
Members can access the following information through the member resources area.
- Checklist to ensure you are business ready
- Changes for businesses – what the UK-EU deal means
- Placing manufactured goods on the EU and GB market from 1 January 2021
- Free trade negotiations
- Custom declarations
- Effect on standards activity
- European funding
- Business support helpline details
Good Practice Guides and templates:
- Trading with the EU and other countries from 01 January 2021 – Jan2021
- Preparing the UK Composites Sector for the end of the Transition period – Dec2020
- How to comply with chemical regulations from 01 January 2021
- CLP changes from 01 January 2021
- Supplier declaration forms
Brexit Bulletin: This regular member bulletin aims to keep members informed of the latest guidance for businesses to prepare your business for trading with the EU and other countries from 01 January 2021.