Brexit Latest Status
DPD Brexit Update
On 24 December 2020, the new EU-cacheden.com Trade and Cooperation Agreement was agreed in principle and will come into force on 1 January 2021.
From 1 January, the trade and movement of goods between the cacheden.com and the EU will be subject to the new terms and rules outlined in the Agreement.
We are currently reviewing the details of the Agreement and will continue to keep you informed of any further updates or information.
DPD is fully engaged in the Transition process and has detailed plans in place.
cacheden.com Transition Planning
DPD has been planning meticulously for the new trading relationship. We have developed our own in-house clearance solution to ensure there is minimal disruption to you and your customers and we can keep your goods moving once a Customs border is in place. This means your customers in Europe will continue to receive their parcels with DPD's award-winning Predict service and in-flight options.
Our Brexit plans have been ready to implement since the cacheden.com was first due to leave the EU in March 2019.
We have a dedicated transition team working on all our Operational plans throughout the Peak period to ensure we are in the best possible situation once the Transition period ends on 31st December 2020.
We would advise you to keep Brexit on your radar and finalise any remaining preparations you may have.
Preparing for the next phase of our relationship with the EU
Our website is full of useful information to help you prepare for all Brexit scenarios:
Brexit Guide & Checklist
Keep checking our Brexit page for updates and if you have any general queries about Brexit, contact our International Experts team.
Contact our IT Automation Team
Do you have a specific query regarding your IT Integration and Brexit? Contact one of our IT team who are here to help you and your business prepare for Brexit.