Government Announces Delays To Brexit 2

Government Announces Delays To Brexit 2

UK government has confirmed a number of changes to January’s planned move to Brexit 2, with certain elements now being delayed. We understand that the overall move to full customs controls and customs checks remains unchanged from the original 1st January 2022...
MultiFreight Webinar For Brexit Part 2

MultiFreight Webinar For Brexit Part 2

From January 2022, we enter phase two of Brexit and the additional requirements that relate to customs procedures. MultiFreight, in conjunction with Vartan Consultancy, will be holding a live webinar on 30th September, from 10am for approx 1 hour, to explain and...
Preparing for GVMS

Preparing for GVMS

We have started working on preparation for the upcoming changes in European customs procedures, effective July 2021. GVMS (Goods Vehicle Management System) is the government’s border technology platform for forwarders and hauliers, which you can register...
Eight Freeports Confirmed

Eight Freeports Confirmed

The government confirmed this week that East Midlands Airport, Felixstowe, Humber, Liverpool, Plymouth, Solent, Teesside and Thames have been awarded ‘freeport’ status, with at least the first expected to be up and running by the end of the year. Goods...
Brexit Grant Funding Stops

Brexit Grant Funding Stops

The Brexit customs intermediary grant scheme, which has been used previously to fund MultiShed, has now reached its full allocation. Funds can no longer be applied for, although applications on the waiting list may be offered grants if and when funds are...