The HMRC has released Plastic Packaging Tax (PPT) FAQ’s to help companies understand the new legislation. Download here.
The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs in Northern Ireland has been holding a consultation on proposals for the reduction of the usage of Single-use Plastics (SUPs) in Northern Ireland (NI). The BPIF has responded on behalf of the printing industry.
If you move goods between Great Britain (GB) and countries in the European Union (EU), you might be affected now that full customs controls have come into effect on 1 January 2022.
This year the BPIF has been lobbying Plastic Packaging Tax (PPT) which comes into force from 1 April 2022.
With less than 6 months to go until Plastic Packaging Tax (PPT) comes into force from 1 April 2022, we are providing the below updates to help you continue preparing for the tax’s introduction. We are also sharing recent technical announcements relating to the tax.
ECMA have compiled a statement which you are welcome to use in your own internal communications and social media streams.
To help continue preparations for the introduction of Plastic Packaging Tax from April 2022, we are sharing two updates below regarding an opportunity to participate in Plastic Packaging Tax research and an important update about PPT statements with invoices.
Are you a business that manufactures or imports plastic packaging? If so, sign-up now for ‘HMRC’s Get Ready for Plastic Packaging Tax Webinars’ to learn more about what you need to do before the tax comes into force from 1 April 2022.
We are delighted to bring you the latest edition of the European Carton Prospects Report 2021.