The Government has urged businesses to “get ready for Brexit” as the country prepares to leave the EU on 31 October 2019.
The new public service announcement asks businesses to prepare so that they can “take advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead”.
The website contains a frequently asked questions and answers (Q&A) facility and checklists to help businesses and families take action before October. For companies, this includes advice on exporting and importing goods to the EU, transporting goods by road and moving animals or animal products.
The campaign comes shortly after the Government revealed that it would also automatically allocate every eligible business an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number. An EORI number will allow businesses to continue trading with the EU should the UK leave without a deal.
Commenting on the announcement, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Jesse Norman MP said: “Brexit takes place on 31 October and we urge all businesses to make the necessary preparations to be fully ready. The government has doubled the support available so that thousands more customs experts are on hand to help businesses on and after Brexit day.”
For more support and advice preparing your business for Brexit, please get in touch with our expert team.