As of January 1st 2021, D-Tech International has embarked on a new trading relationship with customers in the European Union (EU).
This is due to the UK leaving the EU and agreeing on a deal for trading between businesses in the UK and those in the EU, effective as of January 1st 2021. While this will mainly affect customers within the EU, customers in Northern Ireland may also be affected as goods traded between mainland UK and both NI and the Republic of Ireland will be subject to EU customs rules.
New rules on exports, imports and tariffs on goods traded between the EU and the UK, such as customs declarations and checks on import and export status of suppliers and customers in the EU, have the potential to cause delays in the short term, particularly during the initial transition period.
James Breakell, Managing Director of D-Tech International Ltd, talks about how the company’s customers are likely to be affected by Brexit:
“The good news is customers are unlikely to be greatly affected, and D-Tech will endeavour to fully communicate the progress of all orders, including any unanticipated delays due to new EU trading regulations.”