The UK is due to formally leave the EU’s Single Market and Customs Union from January 1, 2021. While UK-EU negotiations are ongoing (including determining what tariffs, if any, will apply), from January 1, 2021 there will be a customs border between the UK and EU which will have an impact on businesses working across this border.
From Monday, December 21, 2020, Cross-Border fulfilment via EFN and Pan-European FBA will start winding down, stopping in full on Monday, December 28, 2020. To maintain your European sales, you will need to send products to fulfillment centers in the UK and the EU. Refer to the preparing for Brexit section for details.
Seller-fulfilled orders (where the seller is using a 3rd party carrier) can continue to be fulfilled across the UK-EU border. It will be the seller’s responsibility to ensure all duties and tariffs are paid prior to delivery to the customer.
To help you stay informed of changes that may affect your business on Amazon, we have consolidated important updates and frequently asked questions related to Brexit on Prepare for Brexit Help page