Compliance Enabling International Trade

HMRC Special Procedures Awareness Seminar

Special Procedures are schemes available to importers and exporters to waiver, suspend or drawback customs duties. When operating under a Special Procedure goods are still within the control of HMRC even though they have been released from the place of arrival.

Under any authorisation process HMRC checks that the company has relevant written procedures and skilled staff and determines how to use and maintain records for each procedure so it is important to understand your obligations.

Understanding these procedures can help in identifying which scheme can be used in a given situation, minimise import duty payments and subsequently benefit cash flow within your business.

Workshop Programme in Detail

Processing: Inward Processing (IP) and Outward Processing (OP) relief

Specific Use: Temporary Admissions (TA), End Use Relief (EnU) scheme and ATA Carnets.

Storage: Customs Warehousing (CW)

Transit: Internal and External transit

Summary Questions and feedback

Who Should Attend

UK raders buying from outside the EU.  This may become particularly relevant to companies that curently trade predominantly with the EU, where there are currently no tariffs on UK imports from the EU.  Exporters and importers who are responsible for managing IP and OP.

Course Delivery

This half day workshop is delivered in a boardroom style environment at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel. Lunch and refreshments are provided as part of this workshop.

About the Trainer

John Griffiths the local HMRC International Trade Development Liaison Officer(ITDLO) is very experienced on CW, CFSP and customs matters.

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