Exporting to the EU since the trade deal

Company: Gardenex, PetQuip and CHA

Gardenex, PetQuip and the Commercial Horticultural Association will be hosting a special webinar, ‘Exporting to the EU since the trade deal – impacts and key issues’, for its industry sectors on Friday 5 March from 10am to 12.30pm.

The webinar will look at the key exporting issues which exporters have been facing in 2021 following the conclusion of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement with the EU on Christmas Eve.

Tailored for the gardening, leisure, pet and commercial horticultural industries, the webinar will be hosted by Strong & Herd LLP, one of the experts in and key suppliers of export training advice and information in the UK.

Tim Hiscock, Export Development and International Trade Adviser, will be presenting the webinar. He has 30 years’ experience in international sales management in a wide range of manufacturing sectors.

Topics covered will include:

  • New customs processes (import/export declarations)
  • New documentation requirements
  • Commodity codes
  • Origin rules
  • Incoterms rules
  • Labelling and product standards/liability issues
  • Northern Ireland
  • Question and Answer session

The two hour presentation will sum up the latest information on the actions exporters should be taking when exporting to the EU and will be followed by a 30-minute Q&A session. Questions should be sent in advance to charlie@gardenex.com.

The webinar will be offered as a free of charge service to members of Gardenex, PetQuip and the CHA.

Non-members can register to take part in the webinar and will also receive a credit of £50 against a membership subscription to Gardenex, PetQuip or the Commercial Horticultural Association.

Companies interested taking part in the webinar should contact charlie@gardenex.comcharlie@petquip.com or charlie@cha-hort.com to receive full details.

Websites: www.gardenex.com; www.petquip.com, www.cha-hort.com

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