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- Is your business Brexit-ready?
The Brexit transition period ends on December 31, 2020. Prepare for changes before it’s too late.
The UK exit from the EU is a landmark shift in modern trade relationships. No matter the outcome, Brexit will change the way companies do business in the region.
Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE™ Global Trade can support you throughout a world of change. Even as tariffs and regulations evolve, we have the global trade management solutions to support you in any trade scenario. For companies doing business in or with the UK, trade automation is the key to reducing risk, improving supply chain efficiency, optimizing duty spend, and ensuring compliance with new customs regulations and procedures.
Insights to keep you one step ahead
Are trade compliance managers prepared for post-Brexit tariffs and import/export protocols?
Our report on “Brexit’s Impact on Global Trade and How Technology Can Help Multinationals Prepare” offers trade compliance and supply chain professionals a thorough overview of how GTM software can help reduce the pain and anxiety of Brexit.
Manage Brexit disruptions with ONESOURCE global trade management software
Reduce or eliminate duties by qualifying goods under new FTA-specific rules.
Stay on top of changing regulations, tariff rates, controls, and new rules.
Evaluate new and existing trade lanes with our suite of trade analysis tools.
Ensure compliance with new customs import procedures.
Ensure compliance with new customs export procedures.
Gain visibility into the business impact of future changes to your global supply chain.
Contact us today to discuss potential Brexit impacts on your business
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