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The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020, and the transition period as stated in the Withdrawal Agreement has begun.


The transition period will last until 31 December 2020, allowing the UK and the EU to negotiate a trade deal that would be applicable as of 1 January 2021.

During this period nothing changes for trade of goods and services between the UK and the EU. Goods can continue circulating freely between the UK and the EU without customs declarations or controls.

Equator will ensure that whatever the final deal you can continue to send and receive shipment throughout the EU.


While it remains uncertain what the post Brexit deal may bring, we’re committed to taking care of your shipping needs. Through our trusted knowledge of international trade, state of the art IT systems and customs specialists around the world, you can be certain that we are prepared whatever the outcome.

We’re also following the latest developments closely and will be on hand to help advise your business through the changes.

Additionally our overseas partners have dedicated teams assessing potential impacts and are making the necessary arrangements to ensure we are well positioned to update you regarding any new processes and regulations.

To understand what you can do to prepare, please click on the links for relevant couriers post Brexit advice.

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