How to get your business … back in business 

The very latest government guidance, courtesy of Aerona 

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Treasury announces zero VAT on PPE

Aerona (Air & Sea) Customs Clearing Agents plays a key role in providing vital supplies for NHS, care homes and carers. 

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A valuable contribution in the fight against Covid-19

Manchester based customs clearing agents donate over 200 face masks to local NHS Group 
Last week Aerona (Air & Sea) Customs Clearing Agents provided over 200 desperately needed face masks to The Royal Oldham Hospital.

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COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) SITUATION

Due to the on-going health matters and guidelines issued by Her Majesty’s Government regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we at Aerona (Air & Sea) Customs Clearing Agents are presently working with a full ‘in office’ staff.
Therefore all lines of our usual communication are open, such as our telephone line on 0161 652 3443 and our main e-mail address of This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Should the situation change then we will have a back-up of working from home, although this may not apply to all our staff who may be unable to work from home.

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What you can do now during Brexit transition

www.gov.uk/transition
Actions you can take now that do not depend on negotiations.

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What Is The Customs Union?

According to recent reports, cross party talks are progressing as a means of resolving the Brexit issue, which suggests we may be moving towards a scenario where the UK remains in the Customs Union.

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Uncollected Cargo – mitigating the risks

The problem of uncollected cargo is a perennial problem for NVOCC operators, often resulting in considerable bills on warehousing, container demurrage, and disposal costs. Apart from anything else, there is a significant drain on management resource to bring resolution.

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What Brexit means for UK shipping

The UK’s decision last month to leave the European Union will mean both positives and negatives. But there are more “unknowns” than “knowns” for UK maritime trade and ports.

International maritime trade faces new opportunities and challenges, both in the run-up to the UK leaving the European Union (expected in early 2019) and in the long-term. Drewry has gathered industry opinions from shippers, ports and shipping people and attempts to provide here an informed preliminary assessment of the impact of Brexit, looking at 3 big questions.

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Brexit extension 

Imports of live animals, germinal products, Products of Animal Origin from EU Member States where safeguard measures are in place and animal by products from the EU

As you will be aware the UK Government and the European Union have reached an agreement on a six month extension to Article 50. During this time we will remain as a member of the EU, and the Government is confident it can deliver a deal within this period. Therefore the UK will continued to use TRACES and you should continue to raise import notifications in the way you do currently. 

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Ignore insurance and you risk your business 

Insurance is all about protecting risks, but all too often shippers and receivers view insurance as an expense that they think can be ignored.It is an added cost that they can do without.Instead of paying for insurance too many business people put their trust in the shipping lines and trust to luck that nothing happens. 

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