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Importing into the Netherlands from the United Kingdom: the CVB Procedure
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Importing into the Netherlands from the United Kingdom: the CVB Procedure

When you import goods into the Netherlands from the United Kingdom, it is no longer possible to make an import declaration before the goods have been unloaded.

Customs Compliance - When Bike Parts Become Not Assembled Bikes
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Customs Compliance - When Bike Parts Become Not Assembled Bikes

It is essential to comply with all customs rules and regulations. Non-compliance can lead to delays, fines, or even refusal of your shipment. Sometimes the line between...

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Getting Ready for Dutch Customs' New Import Procedure - 4 Step Procedure

Dutch Customs is implementing a new procedure. With this new procedure, it is no longer possible to make an import declaration before the goods have been unloaded. The...

The Importance of a Correct Customs Classification of Your Goods
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The Importance of a Correct Customs Classification of Your Goods

How you classify your goods from a customs point of view matters. Wrongly classifying your goods can lead to delays in your customs declaration process or delays when the...

PX
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Customs Support welcomes PX Safety to the family

Gas measurements and customs brokerage services from new Groningen office

Cargo Moving Through Ports - Behind the Scenes
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Cargo Moving Through Ports: Behind the scenes

Proud of our people. Proud of our new corporate video.

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The benefits of our CustomsOnline Portal

Read more about why our customers love our CustomsOnline portal

Brexit
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Four Years Since Brexit: Where are we now?

The Brexit decision was taken four years ago, but still there is no trade deal between the European Union and the United Kingdom. What is the current status?

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Incoterms Explained: Free on Board (FOB)

Free on Board is one of the oldest Incoterms. It dates back to when goods were carried by sailing ships and it was one of the terms when the Incoterms were first released...

Norwegian blue cheese, honey and hygge
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Norway aligns with the European Union on customs seizures

Norway is not a member state of the European Union, but it is a member of the European Economic Area. This means that Norway sets its own tariffs on goods from outside...

Air Freight and the COVID-19 Pandemic
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The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the air freight

Last week we updated you on the impact of COVID-19 on ocean freight and the effect it has on the three largest ports in Europe. This week we cover air freight.

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The three largest ports in Europe during the COVID-19 Pandemic

European ports, like many other businesses, have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. In this blog, we look at the three biggest ports in Europe where our customs...

Brexit puzzle
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United Kingdom - Shortage in Customs Staff. Customs Support is Ready

At the end of this year, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. The transition period will come to an end on December 31st. Several EU representatives have...

Customs expertise required?
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Support with customs expertise from Customs Support

These are special times for everyone. A lot is being asked of us. Do you need extra expertise in the field of Customs during this hectic period?

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Incoterms Explained: Cost, Insurance, and Freight (CIF)

Since January the Incoterms 2020 are in effect. Every ten years these Incoterms are updated. You can read more about the most important changes compared to Incoterms 2010...

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Incoterms Explained: Delivery Duty Paid (DDP)

When goods are bought or sold “Delivery Duty Paid” (DDP) it means that the Seller delivers the goods to a place previously agreed to by the seller and the buyer. This can...