Automative

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

  • Businesses may need to review product markings, labelling, and packaging. They may need additional approvals, certifications, or registrations. They may need to appoint a legal representative based in the UK or EU. The legal responsibilities of businesses or their distributors may change.

 

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

  • The NorthernIrelandProtocol has come into force. There are special provisions which only apply inNorthern Ireland so if a business moves goods into, out of, or through NorthernIreland they should check the latest guidance here on GOV.UK

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Check what actions businesses need 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 a business wants 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