UK Customs Solutions signs up to ASM ahead of Brexit

By Damian Brett

Agency Sector Management (ASM) has welcomed back UK Customs Solutions as a user of its Sequoia Customs Clearance software.

The Customs broker has made the move back to ASM as it prepares for new trading conditions when the UK leaves the European Union (EU) on December 31.

“We are returning to ASM as our businesses enjoy great synergies and we believe their vision and commitment to future development matches our expectations,” said Ross Gosling, operations director, UK Customs Solutions.

“For us it will be to ensure we have enough fully trained personnel from the beginning, we have already increased our resource significantly to protect our current client base and commitments already made, but demand for our services will be high from January next year,” said Gosling.

Gosling said that businesses should be preparing now to ensure their goods are flown in and out of the UK easily from January next year.

He added UK Customs Solutions is concerned that traders are not prepared for the changes that will come into effect when the UK leaves the bloc.

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