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IF WE ARE OUT OF EUROPE FOR GOOD, LET’S MAKE SURE IT’S FOR GOOD.


Rather than live in fear of a bumpy Brexit, may we suggest a few ideas to make you more future proof. Our expertise is in customs compliance and


reassessment of your HMRC liabilities. Not just in the Euro zone but more importantly, into the wide blue yonder.


Many of our major retail clients have been pleasantly surprised by the size of backdated refunds we’ve managed to secure for them. Substantial reductions in the level of ongoing duty payable can also significantly improve the bottom line. Currently we are offering a free health check that will point out where and by how much we can help you improve things. We can help with AEO status, set up Customs Approved Warehousing Schemes, provide independent product ordering and tracking programmes. All of which will make you more productive. We aim for ‘best practice’ always. Meaning that we will always guarantee compliance with UK, EU and World Trade rules. Some of our clients already have complex world wide supply chains that need vigilant change-sensitive customs management. With all the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, you may feel you could do with the help of a company that has a


finger on the pulse. Whether it’s in Europe …or out.


www.britanniabureau.co.uk – 01621 856444 We are an independent customs management bureau specialising in compliance and international trade.


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