Brexit: well prepared with GLS

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Great Britain’s EU exit was not carried out as planned, a new exit date is still unknown. GLS will provide further information here as soon as new developments will arise. In any case: your export to the UK is always in safe hands with GLS!

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Customs – GLS to rely on experience

GLS has for many years been a reliable partner for national and international shipment of parcel and freight across Europe and the world. Our services are able to utilise existing, proven processes for smooth imports and exports, including deliveries requiring customs clearance. As a subsidiary of the UK’s Royal Mail Group, GLS enjoys special opportunities to give its customers extensive support when sending to the UK. In addition, GLS has prepared a range of measures for the worst-case scenario, including transitioning IT systems, adjusting operational processes, hiring staff for customs work and training sales employees.

Important for non-EU deliveries

It can generally be said that there are still outstanding questions regarding customs regulations after Brexit. We will keep you updated with the latest developments.

Businesses require an Economic Operators’ Registration and Identification (EORI) number for deliveries to countries outside of the EU. The procedure for requesting an EORI number can be found on the website of the Federal Public Service Finance .

GLS is currently preparing various options for customs clearance that are tailored to sender needs. As standard, exports to the UK can use individual or collective clearance for commercial goods.