Opening their Folkestone office less than 6-months ago, EORI UK now have 14 employees based at Folkestone and is continuing to go from strength to strength in terms of customs knowledge and employee expertise across the transport sector.
Folkestone General Manager Tyler Townsend commented: “Folkstone was a new and unique venture to provide expert support and guidance for those seeking customs approvals.
“Following the end of the transition period, it was decided to increase Folkestone’s support of our head office in Worksop and handle more intricate customs entries. Securing talent is always a tough challenge within the industry as competition is high for the right individual, so we are delighted to have secured, and through high level training, built the team we have.”
Brexit exposed 150,000 traders to new customs formalities and will generate an additional 200 million declarations annually, so knowing how, when and where to submit declarations is vital. Recruiting and adding to their existing customs knowledge of tariff clarification assistance and validation, through to customs regime assessment of border processes and cross channel freight knowhow, is helping to ensure a continuous and smooth UK-EU-UK supply chain.