Ensure your business is ready to get back to work

With the Covid 19 lockdowns, this year has been tough for all working in the construction sector. While some essential sites remained open, many sites have been closed since January. However, there is a light at the end of the tunnel with the reopening of all construction sites this week. Now that we are re-opening, you need to ensure that your supply chain/business does not run into any Brexit related issues as you are resuming trade. Since we were locked down, extra paperwork and delays have come into receiving supplies from the UK.

At CIF, we spoke to Phil Demers at Declaron the new Customs Clearance solution, about how construction companies can make sure they are not further delayed by Brexit after the COVID re-opening.

“For me, you need to have these areas covered –

Whether you have taken care of these steps yet, or not, Declaron have some recommendations based on what they have seen first-hand.

“The best way to guarantee your goods keep moving is to ensure that you have transparency with and are in control of your customs solution. Our customs software solution –

Declaron have helped a number of companies in the construction sector to keep their goods moving post Brexit, if you think their customs solution is the right fit for your business you can contact them at [email protected] or visit www.declaron.ie.

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