BIFA - Industry News

Trade Information Alerts - Association of Freight Software Suppliers

The Association of Freight Software Suppliers has kindly shared its Trade Information Alerts listing with BIFA for the benefit of BIFA Members. This document brings together changes in the main HMRC...


Anger as terminal operators impose new customs charge on UK imports

UK ports have begun charging “customs clearance fees” in what a source claims is an effort to recoup lost investment in border control posts due to delays to phytosanitary procedures. Ports in...


DfT Launch Road Freight Survey

The Government Department and Agency are seeking input from road users and their customers. As freight forwarders are significant users of roadfreight services, we would ask you to participate where...


Final Reminder - Closure of NCTS from 31st May 2022

The New Computer Transit System (NCTS) email channel is closing HMRC is writing to its trade partners to advise them that some declarants are still using the NCTS email channel to submit transit...


New GVMS System Enhancements To Go Live On Monday 30th May

Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS) Government Gateway User Interface (UI) The following GVMS updates will be made on 30 th May 2022 . Users of the Haulier API have been notified of the technical...


Multimodal 2022 - Registration for BIFA Members

Click image for exhibition registration page We're exhibiting at Multimodal 2022 and we would like to invite you to be our VIP guest at the NEC Birmingham from 14-16 June 2022. Celebrating fifteen...


Trade Information Alerts - Association of Freight Software Suppliers

The Association of Freight Software Suppliers has kindly shared its Trade Information Alerts listing with BIFA for the benefit of BIFA Members. This document brings together changes in the main HMRC...


BIFA Member Research Request - Haulier Port Processes

As part of this research, Britain Thinks would like to speak to a range of different haulage companies to better understand how to support them. There are no right or wrong answers and any insights...


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