The end of the Brexit Transition period is fast approaching. The FTA Ireland Brexit briefing with presentations from Revenue and the Department of Agriculture will update delegates with essential information necessary to prepare for the end of the transition period 31st December 2020. Irrespective of the outcome of negotiations between the UK and the EU there will be significant and disruptive changes to the flow of goods from Britain to Ireland. Import and export customs declarations will be required, haulage operators will need to have safety and security declarations completed and pre-registered with revenue. Goods of animal origin, live animals and plants will need to be registered with the Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Marine 24hours in advance of landing in Ireland. Documentary and physical checks will become the new normal for trade between Britain and Ireland. This briefing will highlight what you need to do to prepare. We will also hear from Carol Lynch from Declaron on Tips to consider preparing for this new trading environment and the consequence of non-compliance.