Tag: HMRC

New processes for hauliers travelling to Ireland

The following is taken from an email circular released by HMRC: Whether you are heading to Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland from ports in Great Britain, there are new processes you must follow. Before travelling to the Republic of Ireland If you’re an HGV driver using a Ro-Ro ferry service to the Republic of Ireland (accompanied or unaccompanied) you need to submit a Pre-Boarding Notification (PBN) to Irish Customs before you leave Great Britain. You are responsible for ensuring you have the…

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Act Now: Steps to take before the Transition Period ends

HM Revenue & Customs have released information and guidance to all businesses for steps they should undertake before the Transition Period ends on 1st January 2021. The full email circular can be read online here. We at TMC Assist strongly advise readers to review any and all changes/guidelines for the approaching Post Transition period, to ensure that your business can continue to operate as smoothly as possible in the new year.

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Important information for hauliers on moving goods into Northern Ireland

The following is taken from an email circular released by HMRC. Dear Haulier, There are now fewer than 60 days to go until new processes for moving goods into Northern Ireland under the Northern Ireland Protocol begin. Businesses need to act now to continue to trade smoothly from 1 January 2021. As a haulier or carrier, being able to keep your business running smoothly will be reliant on you and your customers being ready for these new processes. From 1 January…

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Concerns arise as HMRC has yet to build GVSM IT System

With a little under six months left before the Brexit Transition period expires, HMRC appears to be facing a crunch to get the proposed Goods Vehicle Movement System (GVMS) in place in time. The system is intended to allow companies and hauliers to declare goods ahead of reaching the border, allowing for a smoother flow of traffic at ports such as Dover. Seeing as France already has a system built and tested, Tim Reardon, head of the EU Exit at the…

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