International Trade and Brexit Support

Friday, 1 January 2021

Fife Chamber of Commerce International Trade Team work with exporters and businesses who currently trade globally. 

The Chamber’s Export Documentation Service sees our team work with businesses giving support and guidance - making the whole documentation process as straightforward as possible. Understanding which document is required for each shipment to each destination can be difficult, and our fully trained and knowledgeable team help navigate that tricky environment.

The Chamber network is primarily focused on assessing the practicalities of Brexit for business communities across the UK and helping them to prepare.

Businesses across the UK should be planning for the challenges and opportunities ahead. Our team are well placed to give advice and notifications to help businesses understand the latest in the Brexit process and how to prepare for the future.

There are many practical tools to help businesses prepare and think through the ramifications plus specific grant funding to support. Please get in touch on 01592 647740 to speak the team Brexit Preparedness.

Brexit’s implications for business and the wider community will bring change for businesses of every size and sector. With a trade deal now in place we've brought together the following links to websites with relevant information which may affect your organisation regarding Brexit. Please check regularly as it will be updated as soon as we get any further information: 

Rules of Origin for goods moving between the UK and EU from 1st Jan 2021

Existing UK trade agreements with non-EU countries

Claiming preferential rates of duty between UK and EU from 1st January 2021

The Customs (Northern Ireland) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

Exporting controlled goods from Jan 2021

Apply to import goods temporarily to the UK

BCC Brexit Transition Period & Beyond

Post-transition Brexit Checklist

Why Does My Business Need an EORI Number

Get An EORI Number

Trading Under WTO Rules