Since 2016 Ceemet and all its members have been campaigning for the best deal for manufacturers and ensured that they are in the most informed position to advise the industry on the EU-UK Future Relationship and its impacts.
Ceemet has made various calls to find an agreement which also leaves time for industry to adapt (the latest dates from 21 October 2020).
Manufacturers need to prepare for change
Changes will come, inevitably, at the end of the year with the transition period ending. Here, Ceemet and its members provide an overview of the plans that are being made in the member countries with the links directing to the relevant government and industry guidance pages. We also lay out some of the important preparatory work being undertaken by the European Commission.
This is a living page which will be updated over the coming weeks and months.
The European Commission provides information about the state of play of the negotiations and preparations and what companies need to consider when doing business with the UK.
Ceemet and its member associations have tried to provide as much information as possible in English. Where this is not the case, the original language is indicated.
French government & agencies
DISCLAIMER 1) The information on this website is meant to give orientation about planning and preparations for the end of the transition period at a national level. Part of the information could be informal working translations of national information provided by individual Ceemet members. Any use of the information on this website is at your own risk and responsibility. 2) Ceemet assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in the content of this website or external links. The content may not take into account changes after 19/10/2020. 3) All intellectual property rights and any other rights regarding this information remain the property of Ceemet unless otherwise agreed. 4) To obtain accurate information please consult the instances indicated in the different sources.