Businesses that have been harmed by the Brexit in their trade with the United Kingdom can apply for compensation for adjustment costs incurred or to be incurred.
These are not loss of turnover, but costs such as ICT adjustments, temporary hiring of additional transport equipment, training and external advice. With the online Rule Help you can find out which costs are eligible for which scheme. Learn more about the various schemes and how to apply.
Daily Logistics Group (DLG), a major transportation company, operates throughout Europe. About 40% of its sales come from the UK. DLG has business locations in the Netherlands and also two in the UK. CEO Joost Visbeen and Nicole Visbeen, Tradelane Manager Fresh, talk about the impact of the Brexit on their company.
The BAR allows us to offset costs incurred, as well as future costs. It does not offset the full cost, but it does mitigate it.
Sign up simultaneously for the EU Trade Program
Are you applying for the BAR compensation schemes? Then you can directly access the EU trade program. This doesn't oblige you to anything. You arrange it with one check mark in the application form and you don't need any additional supporting documents.
The EU Trade Program
Whereas the BAR compensation schemes are designed to keep you doing business successfully in the UK, the EU Trade Program gives you the opportunity to develop other markets. Check out the range of training courses, missions and foreign trade fair participation you can take advantage of for free.
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