AEO is a certificate that effectively demonstrates that the role of a business in the international supply chain is effective. It is an internationally recognised mark of quality and for your small business, it will make a difference to how your business is perceived. With the uncertainty of Brexit, for any small business, bolstering their business for the future with AEO may be no bad thing. [Read more…]
Gaining Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status is not without its challenges, one being understanding some of the jargon and acronyms that surround it. With our guide, you will understand not only the jargon but other details relating to AEO status and application. [Read more…]
Early July 2018 saw the white paper on Brexit published. It set out Theresa May’s vision for our future relationship with the EU. The resulting argument and counter-argument both at home and in the EU are leading businesses to become even more nervous about Brexit.
There are still no guarantees or even a vision of what post-Brexit business and our country will look like. And one area that is causing huge concern is trading across the borders.
What did this white paper set out as a vision for free trade for goods? Why do those companies with AEO status need to sit up and take notice? [Read more…]
We may or may not notice change immediately. There may be both pros and cons to your business but there is one thing on which everyone agrees: there will be changes, many of which we won’t be able to control.
But what these changes look like is still up for discussion and with the recent Salzburg EU summit being a disaster for Theresa May and the Chequers Plan, it seems that a No Deal Brexit could be on the cards.
Businesses all across the UK, from across all industries and sectors, large and small are advised to take a long hard look at how they could weather any initial Brexit storm.
That includes protecting their supply chains or products and raw materials. Is AEO the answer? [Read more…]
Brexit is creating a lot of uncertainty and so it is no surprise that businesses who import and export are looking to AEO status as possibly being of value.
But what is involved in the process?
The growing fervour around Brexit leads to more questions than answers. For UK businesses exporting and importing to and from Europe, they are trading in uncertain times. But what is even more uncertain is what this picture will look like post-Brexit.
Whether you are a Remainer or a Leaver, there is no denying that for businesses, there are many issues and concerns.
Businesses are considering their options and one such option is AEO or Authorised Economic Operator.
Smoothing out the process and time spent in customs at various borders, AEO status may or may not be the golden chalice post-Brexit. But with HMRC announcing increased figures relating to AEO, it seems that many businesses are taking the chance.