Government changes to import border controls “heaps” more work on operators, Logistics UK warns

 

The government’s decision to push back the introduction of health certification of imported products of animal origin, including many food and drink items, is creating uncertainty and instability for operators, Logistics UK said this week. The warning follows the government’s decision to move the deadline for the introduction of the new import border controls from 1 October 2021 to July 2022.

Logistics UK said its members want to see the government come up with a sustainable solution to post-Brexit import […][1]


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