The UK and EU have reached a Trade and Cooperation Agreement, which sets new terms of trade from the 1st of January 2021.
A new customs border is now in place between the UK and EU where people and goods crossing this customs border may be subject to additional checks. Amazon is no longer able to move your goods across the UK/EU border. Pan-EU transhipments, cross-border fulfilment through EFN, and cross-border returns between the UK and EU have now stopped. To protect your sales, Amazon recommends that you send inventory to fulfilment centres in both the UK and EU. If you plan to move goods across the UK/EU border, you must ensure you meet the customs requirements for cross-border shipping in order to avoid delays.
The requirements for cross-border shipping include the following:
In order for products to benefit from the zero tariffs, they must meet the specific rules of preferential origin established in the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) signed between the European Union and the United Kingdom.
If you move goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland (NI), please work with your carrier to check the requirements that apply to you and ensure compliance.
FBA PREP POLAND will continue to monitor and inform you of any updates on the UK government guidance on Brexit.