Brexit EU-UK Agreement; impact on exports to the Netherlands.
Customs and trade facilitation
The EU-UK Agreement does contain some provisions to ease customs and assist with trade facilitation. The EU and the UK have agreed to recognise each other's 'trusted trader' – or Authorised Economic Operators (AEOs) – schemes, allowing AEOs in the UK and EU to continue to benefit from expedited and simplified customs procedures. As above, the deal also provides facilities for other products such as motor vehicles, equipment & parts; wine; medical products; organic products and chemicals.
Transport (Road & Aviation)
The EU-UK Agreement avoids disruption in road haulage, but new restrictions are imposed. The deal allows UK and EU road haulage operators to continue to move goods to, from and through each other's territories. However, it places limits on the number of additional movements that a road haulier can make once inside of the other's territory.
In relation to aviation, the Agreement provides for unlimited point-to-point traffic between the EU and the UK. However, airlines operating on a UK license will no longer be able to operate passenger or cargo flights between EU destinations or onward flights out of the EU, e.g. UK - Amsterdam-New York.