On January 31, 2020 the United Kingdom formally ceased its membership of the European Union. A transitional period is now in place until the end of 2020 as longer-term trade arrangements are worked out.
Although the transition period retains existing provisions for the crop protection, biocide and chemical industries, this period is finite. Businesses should therefore take appropriate steps to develop robust compliance strategies now to ensure continued access to the UK and EU markets whatever the Brexit outcome.
Here on TSG's dedicated Brexit hub, you'll find news and resources to help you in your planning.
Brexit - Compliance strategy development
TSG's regulatory specialists can develop a robust compliance strategy for your business to ensure continued market access to the UK and EU markets, whatever the Brexit outcome.
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Developing a robust compliance strategy key to market access post Brexit, says TSG Consulting.
Download: Brexit and plant protection products
20 January 2020
Brexit, pesticide efficacy and regulatory requirements for biocidal control products – focus of launch event for TSG’s German
27 September 2019
Plant Protection Product regulation in a post-Brexit landscape
08 March 2019
REACH: Brexit Q&A
30 January 2019
Webinar: Brexit – staying compliant with REACH regulations
23 January 2019
15 January 2019
Are you concerned about Brexit risk to your chemical supply chain?
02 October 2018
TSGE Statement on Brexit
21 September 2016
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