Brexit advisory service
The UK is currently negotiating its exit terms with the EU. TÜV SÜD is committed to partnering our customers throughout the Brexit transition and are taking active steps to minimize the associated impact and risks for our customers. It is important to note that the BREXIT negotiation is a complicated and dynamic process, in which both the EU and UK government are publicly positioning their arguments to enhance their part of the UK exit deal.
As an independent organization operating a global network of Technical Certifiers, TÜV SÜD has been closely monitoring the developments. We have plans in place for the possible scenarios since 2016 and have been working closely with both the UK Government officials as well as the EU to ensure that we are well-placed to provide the latest guidance and best approach for our customers.
As of January 2018, we expect the exit process to include a transitional deal extending 2 years beyond the March 2019 exit date. Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs), covering a range of matters related to product safety and certification, are expected to be in place shortly after the intended exit date.
Our aim is to have zero impact on our customers selling into both the EU and the UK markets. Contact us today for an in-depth conversation on your Brexit transition certification strategy.
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