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This webinar is targeted at UK seafood businesses who are trading into and out of the EU.

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The UK will be leaving the EU’s customs union at 11pm on 31 December 2020. The UK’s departure will introduce new customs requirements for UK seafood business trading into and out of the EU.

To help seafood businesses to prepare for these changes, we have teamed up with the Institute of Export & International Trade and the Trader Support Service to deliver this FREE one hour webinar.

The webinar will navigate the new customs processes in order to help businesses to continue trading with the EU, once the transition period ends.

The session will cover:

• What are Incoterms and why are they important?

• Do I need a GB, XI or EU EORI number?

• What is the Trader Support Service and how can it help me?

• What can my customs agent do?

• What are customs special procedures?

• What is duty deferment?

To access Seafish’s Brexit transition hub visit https://www.seafish.org/trade-and-regulation/uk-exit-from-the-eu/

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Seafish is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) set up to support the UK seafood industry to thrive.

We know that seafood is the way forward for business, for our communities, our environment and for our health and personal well-being.

Our vision is for a thriving UK seafood industry and we offer a unique, industry-wide outlook working in partnership with all parts of the seafood industry across the UK to unite the industry in our vision. This includes everyone involved in the seafood journey - from when it’s caught to when it’s bought – fishermen, processors, wholesales, food service, retailers and the end consumers.

We also actively work beyond our traditional stakeholder base with universities, research institutes, public bodies and other food industries to leverage additional value for the seafood sector.

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