August 16, 2019

Clear Customs: Equip your business to deal with any new customs challenges

Continued uncertainty around Brexit has highlighted the importance of capacity-building in the customs intermediary sector and the necessity to boost ‘in-house’ customs capacity amongst business that are regularly trading with the UK. Delays at customs can result in disruption to both business and customers. Taking steps now to train key staff on how to effectively complete a customs declaration helps pre-empt Brexit related customs challenges.

Supported by Getting Ireland Brexit Ready, the Clear Customs free training initiative developed by Skillnet Ireland will be delivered by CILT Skillnet at several training locations nationwide. Clear Customs offers immediate and free customs training to Customs intermediaries, and to businesses who frequently trade with or through the UK.

In order to ensure your business is Brexit ready, please register your interest in Clear Customs training now.

The Clear Customs initiative is led by Skillnet Ireland, the Government agency responsible for workforce development, together with Enterprise Ireland. The training programme has been designed in close collaboration with key industry associations and will be delivered by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) Skillnet, in conjunction with the Irish Exporters Association and Irish International Freight Association.

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