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2020

Just do one thing…

Thu. 22 Oct 2020
With young people being hit the hardest by the pandemic's disruption to the jobs market, now is the time to drive apprenticeship opportunities forward.

Riding the waves

Wed. 21 Oct 2020
Container trade has been resilient during the pandemic as consumer confidence has been given a shot through government support.

Time is running out to prepare for changes to trade with Europe from 1 January 2021

Mon. 19 Oct 2020
New rules are coming for trade between Great Britain and Europe. HMRC is contacting businesses to urge them to take action, so that they can continue trading with Europe from 1 January 2021.

Established in the UK for Customs

Mon. 19 Oct 2020
Traders must be established in the UK for Freight Forwarders to act as a ‘Direct Representative’.

Check an HGV is Ready to Cross the Border

Fri. 16 Oct 2020
To help hauliers and HGV drivers understand if they are carrying the right documentation, the UK Government is developing a new web service, known as “Check an HGV is Ready to Cross the Border” (the Service) for the Roll on Roll off (RoRo) Freight Industry.

Safety and Security risk assessments after Brexit Transition for indirect exports to rest of the world

Fri. 16 Oct 2020
Carriers to submit safety and security declarations for air and maritime shipments arriving in the UK, after the UK leaves the EU.

The change of bank account scam

Wed. 14 Oct 2020
Bogus emails from suppliers purporting to have changed their bank account details on the rise.

Government secures critical freight flows as UK nears end of transition period

Tue. 13 Oct 2020
Freight routes secured after government signs contracts with ferry companies.

BIFA alerts Members to recent UK Government announcements

Mon. 12 Oct 2020
Recent days have seen four important announcements from government regarding EU Exit specifically relating to the Border Operating Model, Delayed Declaration process and the Norther Ireland Trader Support Service.

Freight association says latest Border Operating Model adds clarity but expresses concerns over “Least Worse Case Scenario'

Mon. 12 Oct 2020
Following a thorough review of the 272-page Border Operating Model released by the UK government last week, the trade association for UK freight forwarders says that whilst it welcomes the greater clarity on certain issues, it is concerned with the introduction of the “Least Worst Case Scenario” into the documentation.


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