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BREXIT

 

Brexit Changes

Brexit Plans

As you are aware, Brexit is on the horizon. As you would expect, DPD Ireland is taking the steps necessary to prepare for the changes ahead. We are part of DPDgroup, Europe's largest road delivery network. We and our colleagues in the UK and mainland Europe are putting actions in place to manage even the worst case scenario of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit. We will provide regular updates to this page and give you actions that you will need to put into place to prepare your business and your shipments with DPD for Brexit. At the moment, there are 3 things you need to do right now that will start to prepare you for Brexit.

1. If you haven't done so already, apply for an EORI number if you do not currently ship goods outside the EU. EORI stands for Economic Operators Registration and Identification number.

 Registration for the EORI is straightforward. For ROI VAT registered customers, this can be done via the ROS site.Revenue has a guide on their site to show you exactly what to do. For NI VAT registered customers, you can go to the Gov.UK site. It can take up to 3 days for this EORI number to be live. Remember that if you attempt to import from, or export to, any country outside the EU without this number, your goods will be held.





2. Start looking up HS (Harmonisation) codes for the products that you wish to export from the EU. These HS codes are also known as Commodity Codes. These codes let Customs know what your product is, and what VAT or Duty rate to charge for the goods.

If you have a number of different products to sell, you should start compiling these codes now. Here is a link for the Taric site for ROI customers. For NI customers, you should use this Trade Tariff site.




3. If you ship with DPD Ireland via API, an integrated system or EDI (electronic data interchange), you will need to speak with your IT team as soon as possible, as there will be updates that need to be done in preparation for Brexit (to include descriptions, values, HS codes etc.).

 

  


You can also contact us at brexit@dpd.ie  

Updated November 2018