The UK will officially leave the European Union on January 31, 2020, entering into a Transition Period scheduled to last until December 31, 2020. During this time the UK and EU will conduct negotiations over a possible Free Trade Agreement.
All your shipping processes will remain the same until the end of the Transition Period. However, as the terms of the future trading relationship between the UK and EU remain uncertain, customers should be aware of the potential for change.
We recommend you keep referring back to this page where we will provide details on any future changes you may need to make.
Your Brexit toolkit
No Deal shipping - in 2 minutes
See our animation on important changes to UK/EU shipping processes in the event of a No Deal Brexit.
The FedEx and TNT Brexit checklist
Are you ready for Brexit?
Here’s what your business needs to do to prepare.
Demystifying the WTO
See our essential guide to trading under World Trade Organisation rules.
No deal need to know
Trying to work out how a No Deal Brexit outcome could affect importing and exporting goods? Here’s what the changes could mean for your business.
Frequently asked Brexit questions
We answer your most commonly asked questions about how Brexit could affect your business.
Brexit jargon buster
An A-Z of need-to-know terms for
businesses that export and import to
successfully navigate Brexit.
Changes to how you use our shipping tools
If the UK leaves the European Union you will need to complete customs paperwork and provide the relevant data in order to ship to the UK. Find out how by downloading instructions for the applicable tool via the links below.
Get in touch
We’re keen to hear from businesses of any size and sector, especially if you have any concerns or questions you’d like us to answer.