Are you ready for extra clearance documents that might be needed post-Brexit?
In the event that Brexit does happen on 31st October 2019, an important implication that needs to be considered is the increase in declaration types which will be required, in much higher numbers, than was previously the case.
CustomsMatters is one of the leading full customs clearance service provider in Ireland and the UK. Whether your company is importing and/or exporting myCustoms software can provide purpose-driven customs solutions to meet your specific requirements and assist you in all aspects of your trade compliance.
MyCustoms web-based clearance platform is easy to use and is available 24X7 supported by trained expert technical staff. Pricing is transactional-based: you are only charged for a completed customs entry, not for errors, re-submissions etc. For Simply Dynamics customers, discounts are available on the pricing, so be sure to mention that you are a client of ours.
The supported customs regimes for Ireland and the UK are
- NCTS –Transit
- ICS (Import Control System)
- ECS (Export Control System)
- EMCS( Excise Movement Control System)
- ROM1- (Return of Oil Movements)
- COC- ( Certs of Conformance for vehicles)
No Deal Brexit
In the event of a “No Deal” Brexit, there will also be some changes made by Revenue to the requirements for specific declaration types. There will be no changes to schema – all changes will be comprised of either changes to business rules or the addition of new codes. CustomsMatters are working with Revenue who have now released the associated documentation for the required changes.
Integration to Microsoft Dynamics NAV & Business Central
Simply Dynamics have developed an API integration to the Order Creation function in CustomsMatters, linking in your back office system giving you seamless access to the customs clearance system. This will allow you to self-file customs declaration form your own system, saving you time and money.
For further information talk to Simply Dynamics or have a look at the information available on this link http://www.customsmatters.com/