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THE LEADING BODY REPRESENTING
THE UK INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT SERVICES INDUSTRY

2022

BIFA Annual Charity Dinner Makes Post-Pandemic Return

Thu. 6 Oct 2022
On Friday 30th September, BIFA members, their guests and shipping line representatives gathered together at The Liner Hotel, Liverpool for the reinstated BIFA Liverpool Region Annual Dinner.

CCS issues statement on import entry processing

Thu. 6 Oct 2022
BIFA has been contacted by numerous Members regarding entry processing problems at some of the UK’s major airports where CCS (UK) Ltd provides the CSP service.

HMRC announces extension of the Trader Support Service

Tue. 4 Oct 2022
It has been announced that the Trader Support Service has been extended until 31st December 2023.

HMRC RELEASES CDS WORKAROUND DOCUMENT

Tue. 4 Oct 2022
In order to best support declarants in their interactions with the CDS platform, HMRC has created an updated workaround document, hosting all known workarounds in a single asset.

A2 DOVER ACCESS SCHEME - BIFA MEMBER CONSULTATION

Mon. 3 Oct 2022
Following our previous article in August, National Highways is currently in the early stages of developing possible options to upgrade the A2 in Kent. If this scheme is progressed, it will allow traffic to move more freely in the Dover area; reducing congestion on the local road network and improve connectivity for businesses and communities.

BIFA picks soccer legend to host its awards … and reminds members to enter

Tue. 27 Sep 2022
The British International Freight Association - www.bifa.org - has chosen Kevin Keegan, a legend of English football, as the host for its annual Freight Service Awards competition.

Member Request: Logistics Performance (LPI) 2022 survey

Fri. 23 Sep 2022
The World Bank wants to hear from BIFA members as part of the Logistics Performance (LPI) 2022 survey.

Trade bodies welcome HMRC’s announcement on switch from CHIEF to CDS

Tue. 20 Sep 2022
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) and Agency Sector Management (ASM) welcome the news that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has agreed a slight easement in the implementation timetable of CDS that will replace CHIEF, which is the current system used for processing Customs declarations.

Update On CDS Transition For Imports

Tue. 20 Sep 2022
From 1st October 2022, businesses will need to make all their import declarations using the Customs Declarations Service.

Simplifying declarations on CDS - Waiver Document Code 999L

Fri. 16 Sep 2022
Earlier this year HMRC added waiver document code ‘999L’ to the UK Trade Tariff: volume 3 for CDS for imports and exports movements between Great Britain and the rest of the world. This code can be used for certain controlled and restricted goods where it is deemed a licence is not applicable.


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