On this page, AEB provides you with information about current developments regarding Brexit in relation to the AEB product portfolio. This page will be updated as soon as a definite decision about the Brexit scenario has been taken. Please check this page regularly to find out about possible technical and/or organizational measures recommended by AEB.
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With the new majority in the British House of Commons and the EU’s expected approval, an orderly withdrawal of the UK from the EU is expected on January 31, 2020. As a result, the transition period would start on February 1, 2020. During this period the UK will remain in the EU’s customs union and the single market until negotiations on the future EU-UK relationship are completed.
The EU and the UK have agreed on a further flexible postponement until January 31, 2020. The no-deal Brexit scenario has thus been averted for Friday, November 1, 2019.
AEB has reactivated its contingency planning and the associated communication via this channel. This is the result of the continuing insecurity, the increasing risk of the UK leaving the EU without an agreement on October 31, 2019, and the increasing need for economic operators to be prepared for this scenario.
The EU and the UK have agreed to another, flexible extension of Brexit until October 31, 2019. The no-deal Brexit scenario has been averted for Friday, April 12, 2019.
The emergency measures planned for March 29 have been postponed to April 12, 2019. In addition, further details have been specified officially for the event of the non-negotiated withdrawal of the UK from the EU. Read more.
AEB publishes further measures regarding a no-deal Brexit due to the increasing risk of the UK leaving the EU without an agreement and the increasing need of economic operators to be prepared for this scenario.
The uncertainty remains. AEB promotes emergency measures relating to a hard Brexit.
The British withdrawal date is drawing closer. For some time now, AEB has been working on the necessary measures to deal with the various Brexit scenarios.
AEB now provides its customers with an information hub about Brexit in the customer portal. It lists AEB products affected by the changes resulting from the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU. As soon as a decision about the HOW of Brexit has been taken, AEB will inform you about the next steps for each product here.