Following the UK’s departure from the European Union, there have been significant changes to the ways companies do business with Europe.
As the UK is no longer part of the EU Customs Union, the EU Single Market or the EEA and EFTA, there are new rules when it comes to imports, exports and tariffs.
As a Fortune 500-ranked global business, with offices in 19 countries including Europe, we are in the fortunate position to have been dealing with EU shipments for years. We remain committed to helping our clients maximise the value of their technology today and accelerating for tomorrow.
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