For many businesses, Brexit has caused confusion, disruption and more than a few
headaches. When the UK left the EU at the start of 2020, we all entered a transition
period that ended at the beginning this year. The 1 st January 2021 sparked a new
era, new challenges and a new trade agreement between the UK and the EU.
At Ball Truckin, we’ve been working closely with our clients to ensure that they are
able to maintain the supply and movement of goods across the channel. There have
been a number of changes to the way that we are able to transport foods between
the EU and UK and our team have been doing their utmost to make the changes as
seamless as possible.
Alan Ball, Company Director at Ball Truckin says: “Supporting our clients with every
stage of the export and import process is so important to us, which is why we have
taken the time to understand what is necessary to make transporting goods between
the EU and the UK as straightforward as possible.
“A lot of our customers rely on the links across the channel to supply their
manufacturing lines and making sure production can continue by delivering goods on
time has been a priority for all the team at Ball Truckin.”
Among the paperwork needed for all goods being imported or exported between the
UK and the EU is a customs declaration, as well as a direct representation form for
transport providers such as Ball Truckin who are transporting the goods on behalf of
For more information about the changes, the new customs requirements or if you
require transport services, click here to contact the team.