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10 Sept. 2019, Brexit: Practical steps to keep agri-food trade moving, Dublin

10 Sept. 2019, Brexit: Practical steps to keep agri-food trade moving, Dublin

The Printworks, Dublin Castle (9:30am registration – close at 12:45pm)- register here

The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine is hosting a free seminar in The Printworks, Dublin Castle (Tuesday 10th September) on Brexit and the steps you can take to keep agri-food trade moving.

The event will be opened by Minister Michael Creed and speakers will include representatives from both the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine and from the Revenue Commissioners. A representative from the French Embassy will also be in attendance to discuss the operation of the Landbridge

Who should attend?

Agri-food businesses of all sizes and their logistics companies, hauliers, retailers, importers / exporters, transport companies and representative bodies.

The seminar will also be of interest to businesses moving non-agri goods as it covers customs procedures for non-EU trade, the operation of the Landbridge and the range of Government supports available to businesses to get Brexit ready.

To attend this free seminar, register here

Topics that will be covered include:
 Information and practical support for businesses moving agri-food, animals (including fish), plants, and products of animal and plant origin
 Information in relation to requirements of customs formalities for non-EU trade and how and where they apply, including import, export and transit formalities
 Post-Brexit process flow for moving agri-food commodities and operator requirements vis-à-vis registration, documentation, advance notification etc.
 What businesses moving agri goods through the UK Landbridge can expect – a French perspective
 What steps businesses can take to ensure their goods move efficiently through the ports
 State bodies and agencies will be present to provide information to help businesses to register as appropriate and/or avail of supports

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