N.I. 16.22. Reino Unido. Sobre el GVMS

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1. Nº 16.22 Madrid, 25 de enero de 2022 RE INO UNIDO. SOBRE EL GVMS

5. OFFICIAL Goods Movement References needed for empty movements From 1 February all movements through locations using the Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS), including empty trailers, will need to have a Goods Movement R eference (GMR) to cross the UK border. Hauliers at GVMS locations are required to have a valid GMR for empty movements, however, in response to feedback from carriers and to manage traffic flow s in the early days of full customs controls from 1 January 2022, HMRC provided carriers with the te mporary optional ability to allow empty units not under transport contract to be emb arked without a GMR for the month of January. Use of this temporary optional easement has been dropping off as hauliers adjust to new requirements. As a result, the easement will end as planned on 1 February and GMR s will be needed for all movements through GVMS locations. Any non-compliant vehicles wi ll be unable to embark from their port of departure. HMRC will continue to work closely with carriers and our other partners to mon itor the situation on the ground closely and to provide further support as and where necessary. To find out more about how to get a GMR go to GOV.UK

4. OFFICIAL  speak to an adviser using the live chat function on the UK Government’s haulier website . The live chat service is available in five languages: English, Romanian, Polish, Bulgarian and Hungarian.  read the UK Government’s Haulier Handbook (available in multiple languages) that provides the latest guidance about all the steps you need to follow to move goods between Great Britain and the EU. Thank you.

2. Nº 16.22 Madrid, 25 de enero de 2022 RE INO UNIDO. SOBRE EL GVMS HMRC ha preparado dos comunicaciones adicionales (en un archivo adjunto) que brindan más orientación actualizada sobre el uso del Servicio de movimiento de vehículos de mercancías (GVMS): - 5 días de salida asumida . Esto se relaciona específicamente con el problema planteado sobre las declaraciones que se supone que salen después de solo 5 días para algunas ubicaciones; esto ahora se ha cambiado a 15 días en línea con todas las ubicaciones. - Movimientos de vacío en GMRs . Un recordatorio de que todos los movimientos necesitan un GMR, incluidos los vehículos y contenedores vacíos. Fuente: Aduanas del Reino Unido (HMRC) C/ Príncipe de Vergara, 74, 3 planta - 28006 MADRID Tlf.: 91 451 48 01 / 07 – Fax: 91 395 28 23 E-mail: [email protected] Nota: Prohibida la edición, distribución y puesta en red, total o parcial, de esta información si n la autorización de A ST IC

3. OFFICIAL Important update on moving goods out of Great Britain through GVMS border locations If you move goods out of Great Britain through border locations that use the Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS), you will be aware that some of these locations req uire an ‘arrived’ export declaration to be submitted so the goods can receive customs clearance (Permission to Progress) and continue to their destination. It is a legal requirement to notify HMRC within 15 days of the departure of goods for export directly from the UK. If no further notification is sent within 15 days of lodging the declaration, the Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) system wi ll automatically assume the goods have departed and generate a system-assigned departure code (ICS 61). However, for some locations, this period was reduced to 5 days in January 2021. We notified users about this at the time and updated guidance is also available on gov.uk . HMRC is aware that this reduced 5- day period is causing problems for some customers where the ‘arrived’ export declaration has been created more than 5 days before the crossing . W e have updated CHIEF to change the assumed departure period back to 15 days which took effect from 00:01 on 21 January 2022. Where GVMS is being used, the embarkation notification sent to GVMS by the carrier will update the export Declaration Unique Consignment Reference ( DUCR ) departure state in CHIEF to ICS 60. If a Transit Movement Reference Number (MRN) is used in the Goods Movement Reference (GMR) instead of the export DUCR, and if no further action is taken with the DUCR, CHIEF will automatically default to assumed departure after 15 days. We would like to remind you that even though the draft GMR can be created up to 28 days in advance of the crossing, you should not create any CHIEF declarations prior to 15 days of the actual departure date. For arrived declarations, customs clearance is g iven in real time upon submission of the declaration. If you create export declarations more than 15 days before departure:  You will receive an error in the GMR and be unable to finalise it.  Your driver will be unable to check-in and board the ferry or shuttle.  Your goods may be delayed while new export declarations are created and entered into a valid GMR. If you need further help or information about these requirement s, you can:  call our Customs and International Trade (CIT) helpline, which is available 7 day s a week. Our customer service advisors are available to help you from 8am to 10pm Monday to Friday, and 8am to 4pm at weekends. You can contact them on 0300 322 9434 . You can also send us your questions or contact us by webchat .


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