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The Customs Broker of Choice for Businesses Throughout Ireland

Customs Clearance   We save you time and money by taking the hassle out of the Customs Clearance process. With over 20 years’ experience, you can be sure your goods are in safe hands. At ACA International we are experts in the preparation of and production of customs clearance documents. For over 25 years we’ve been […]

How Long does Customs Clearance take?

With all the Documents pre-checked and the Customs Duty and VAT arrangements in place, Customs Clearance can be completed (Green Routed) within an hour or two of the arrival of the goods. However, if the goods are called for a document check (Orange Routed) or a full physical exam (Red Routed) the length of time […]

NI – Ireland exports ‘worth €5bn in 10 months’

New official figures suggest that exports from NI to the Republic of Ireland were worth almost €5bn (£4.2bn) in the first 10 months of 2021.   The figures are published by the NI Statistics and Research Agency (Nisra) and are based on HMRC data. HMRC already produces quarterly data for NI and other regions but […]

Taoiseach and Johnson in ‘positive’ NI Protocol talks

The Taoiseach told a Fianna Fáil party meeting last week that he had a positive engagement with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.   Micheál Martin said the focus is on the resolution of the outstanding issues around the Northern Ireland Protocol. Ensuring Northern Ireland has access to the single market with minimal checks is important, […]

Exports are up 23 per cent over the last 12 months in Ireland

by Joao Luiz Ferreira   Imports of goods from Britain to the Republic staged a minor recovery in September, easing the rate of decline to 21 per cent for the first nine months of the year. However, the latest trade figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) figures show that Brexit continues to have an impact on Irish-British trade. […]

UK factories face mounting supply problems and staff shortages

British factories in September suffered their weakest month since February when the country was still largely locked down, according to a new survey. The survey underscored the impact of supply chain problems and staff shortages for manufacturers. The IHS Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index fell for a fourth month in a row, to 57.1 […]