Customs Accounting Services was established in 2020 to cater for the expected increase in demands put on business to process customs documentation post Brexit.
Irish Revenue identified 89,000 businesses that imported or exported to/from the UK in 2019. While normally 50m declarations a year are processed in the UK; this is going to rocket to 200-250m a year the UK Road Haulage Association has warned.
With this expected increase in the volume of documentation to be processed, there will be a big demand for Customs Intermediary services into the future. Because of our unique advantage of been able to manage and process customs documentation for goods coming from the UK into Ireland and vice versa, as well as onto the Continent. While The systems we have in place are scalable and robust enough to be able handle this increased volume.
Why Choose Customs Accounting Services?
We have offices both in Ireland and in the UK, so we can submit customs documentation across both jurisdictions to the Irish Revenue services and the HMRC.
We are flexible in terms of how we service our clients. While in the current environment we will operate a virtual office as well as an on-call customs services network throughout the country, where we’ll come to see you in order to accommodate you and discuss your customs clearance requirements.
We bring our unique set of skills and experience to the fore in order to help small businesses manage their supply chains and avoid unnecessary delays due to the new customs procedures in place post-brexit, so as to ensure continuity of service to your customers. While at the same time helping your business keep costs to a minimum through effective management of your customs & VAT obligations, which will be managed at a reasonable cost.
Check out our recent article posted on ‘The View‘ outlining the opportunities that Brexit has brought.
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