"A Brexit deal has been agreed in principle with the EU.
Both the UK and the EU need to approve and sign the withdrawal agreement. They will then start to negotiate new arrangements. There would be a transition period to prepare for new rules.
The UK could still leave with no deal if the withdrawal agreement is not approved by 31 January 2020, or at the end of a transition period."
- Preparing Your Business for a No-Deal Brexit
- How to export goods into the EU through RoRo locations after Brexit (PDF)
- Moving goods through the Port of Dover and Eurotunnel using common transit
- Moving goods through the Port of Dover and Eurotunnel with an ATA Carnet
- Moving goods through the Port of Holyhead with an ATA Carnet
- Flowcharts for import and export processes after Brexit
- Transporting goods in a no-deal Brexit: guidance for hauliers (PDF)
- Hauliers and commercial drivers: new documents after Brexit
- How to import goods from the EU through RoRo locations after Brexit (PDF)
- How to move goods through RORO locations in a no deal Brexit (PDF)
- Packing goods for export and deciding on packing materials to be used
- Brexit Business Readiness Events Registration
- Visiting the UK after Brexit
PLEASE NOTE Irrespective of a No-Deal Brexit, some ferry routes still require particular paperwork to clear customs. See which routes require customs paperwork