Aerospace

Aerospace businesses should take these five actions as a start:
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Visit gov.uk/transition to find out what new rules they need to follow.

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Use GOV.UK to identify changes affecting manufactured goods, such as new approvals needed, to ensure businesses are ready to sell them in the UK and EU. 

  • Most businesses will need to work with a specialist, like a freight forwarding company or fast parcel operator, to complete import and export declarations.
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Get ready to make customs declarations.

  • Most businesses will need to work with a specialist, like a freight forwarding company or fast parcel operator, to complete import and export declarations.

 

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Check what actions to take under UK REACH, EU REACH and other chemical regulations to continue to manufacture and place chemicals on the Great Britain, Northern Ireland and EU markets.

  • If businesses want to place new chemicals on both the EU/EEA and UK markets, they must follow both EU REACH and UK REACH rules.
  • They must register new chemicals they want to sell on the UK market with the Health and Safety Executive.
  • More information is available here on GOV.UK

 

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If businesses are moving goods into, out of, or through Northern Ireland, they need to check the latest guidance.

  • The Northern Ireland Protocol has come into force. There are special provisions which only apply in Northern Ireland so if a business moves goods into, out of, or through Northern Ireland they need to check the latest guidance here on GOV.UK