Get ready for Post-Brexit Labelling
Legal requirements for labels and stickers are changing after the UK leaves the European Union, no matter whether the UK leaves with a free trade agreement or with 'no deal'.
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Brexit Related Label Updates
With the UK's Withdrawal Agreement passed through Parliament, the UK is now in a transition 'implementation period' until the end of 2020. During this time, business operations will typically continue as they had done while the UK was an EU member state. The following content is written from the perspective of expected changes that will be required, likely from the start of 2021, and/or in the case of no free trade agreement being agreed.
Further guidance and confirmation is expected in the coming months as the UK negotiates trade agreements a future relationship with the EU, and finalises laws and requirements.
Content published by Crown Labels in relation to Brexit and The United Kingdom's departure from the European Union is a broad overview and should not be considered specific guidance for your organisation, or legal advice. We recommend conducting your own specific research into how changes in the law may impact your labelling requirements, both in the United Kingdom and European Union, and seeking independent guidance/legal advice.