Nos dernières actualités
Marco Fusco takes over as General Manager of the DIMOTRANS Group’s courier business
This appointment was made in response to the need to consolidate the "courier" offer withi...
DIMOTRANS Group subsidiary DT PROJECT at the helm of an unusual transport operation
8.60 m high (the height of a three-storey building), 8.50 m wide and 18 m long - these are...
From 1 August 2022, operators will no longer be able to enter a Transit Movement Reference (TMR) number in a Goods Movement Reference (GMR) for an outbound transit movement from Great Britain, unless they are an Authorised Consignor or Consignee (ACC).
HMRC is making this change so that standard and arriving ports of export use the same processes to verify clearances and ensure the flow of goods across the border.
From 1 August 2022, the changes differ depending on the status of the operators:
1. Company with authorised consignor or consignee status (ACC): maintain current processes – Apply for transit simplifications, consignor or consignee status – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
2. Exporter, customs representative, informant, carrier: as of 1 August, you must follow one of the two processes below:
The person or company transporting the goods shall :
– add all DUC to the GMR – this is a legal requirement
– bring the goods to an inland border facility (IBF) or a designated customs facility at a port in the first instance if they are selected for inspection. You should inform the site staff that the goods have been selected for inspection.
*source e.tlf 13/07/2022
To consult the full regulation, click on the link below:
To find out more about our Customs offer, go to our customs operations page.
Need more information?