TSS and HMRC have opened an invite for all ACITA members to attend two Webinars hosted by Shanker Singham ( Competere) and Frank Dunsmuir (Fijitsu)
Topics to be reviewed and discussed
Transit & Indirect movements and Rules of Origin & At Risk. Please note these webinars will be also be repeated the week after in identical sessions for any that miss the first sets.
“Find out how TSS will support your Transit and Indirect Movements between GB and NI via IE
If you are moving goods between GB and NI and wish to transit IE as part of your journey using the Dublin – Holyhead route, for example, TSS is here to support you. We can guide you through the process, and help you fulfil all customs requirements for a Transit movement. TSS also supports the indirect movement of goods between GB and NI, for example helping you to export goods via IE to GB if the journey begins in NI.
To find out more, sign up to a free two-hour TSS webinar at 12pm on Wednesday 3rd February to learn:
- What Transit is
- How the TSS Transit Service works
- How TSS can support your indirect movements also
A recording of this webinar will be uploaded to the NI Customs and Trade Academy website shortly after the session finishes. You may also ask questions in advance when registering.
Find out more on what Rules of Origin are, how they can affect the ‘at risk’ status of your goods and how the UK Trader Scheme can help
While the UK-EU trade agreement removes the threat of tariffs on goods moving between GB and NI, there remains some instances where duty may be payable.
The TSS is here to help you navigate whether your goods are at risk, what the Rules of Origin are, and how they can be applied to your goods.
To find out more, sign up to a free two-hour TSS webinar at 12pm on Thursday 4th February to learn:
- What are Rules of Origin
- Why they are important
- How it affects your goods
- UK Trader Scheme
A recording of this webinar will be uploaded to the NI Customs and Trade Academy website shortly after the session finishes. You may also ask questions in advance when registering. “