Is your business ready for Brexit?

The United Kingdom is scheduled to leave the European Union on 31 October 2019. If the United Kingdom leaves the EU without a withdrawal agreement, which would establish a transitional period, it will be treated as a non-EU country for customs purposes from the date of its entry into force and customs formalities will have to be completed for each commercial transaction.

It is essential that EU companies are prepared for this. And to do so, many questions remain to be answered:


To help you in this preparation, here is a list of the available official sources:

Belgian Authorities The Brexit Page of the Belgian customs services and their « Brexit checklist ».
FPS Economy Brexit impact scan .
FPS Finances Brexit call center: For any questions regarding Brexit, you can also call 02/575 55 55 55, the specific number available every working day from 8 am to 4.30 pm. As 31st October gets closer, the call center team has been reinforced to handle a higher number of calls.
European Commission Brexit Customs Guide for businesses
Brexit Checklist for traders

We will add other sources of information as soon as possible.


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