Global Trade

Algemeen 1 - juli 2020
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Many Trade Deal Negotiations for the UK. What's the Status?

There are around 70 trade deals that the United Kingdom was a part of as an EU member state. These 70 deals now have to be renegotiated.

Brexit 1 - juli 2020
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United Kingdom to Spend 775 Million Euros on Border Controls

The United Kingdom will invest 775 million Euros (705 million Pounds) on new border infrastructure, to enable border checks.

Algemeen 4 - juli 2020
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Incoterms 2020: What are they?

Read more about what the most current Incoterms are: Incoterms 2020

The Effects of COVID-19 on Shipping via Air and Ocean
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The Effects of COVID-19 on Shipping via Air and Ocean

In most countries in Europe and in parts of the United States the measures that were taken to battle the spread of COVID-19 are being lifted. This means that business is...

Trade Deals Around the World: July Edition
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Trade Deals Around the World: July Edition

Trade Deals Around the World is our monthly recurring update, which gives you a quick and easy update on what has been happening in the many trade deal negotiations going...

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?

Norwegian blue cheese, honey and hygge
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Norway Alligns With 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...

Brexit negotiations
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Brexit Update: Negotiations Going into Critical Phase

A new round of negotiations is scheduled for this month. In January, the United Kingdom left the European Union and it was agreed that a transition period would follow...

Ship in port of Rotterdam
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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 May Have 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...

Package delivered
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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...

Areal view ship in port
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Incoterms 2020 Now in Effect – What Are the Main Changes?

Since the new version of the Incoterms was released at the end of last year, companies could use the new terms. As it is officially 2020, the new Incoterms 2020 are now...

MSC Ship in port
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Incoterms Explained: Delivery at Place (DAP)

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

Arial view container terminal
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Incoterms Explained: Carriage and Insurance Paid (CIP)

When goods are bought or sold “Carriage and Insurance Paid” (CIP) it means that the Seller delivers the goods to a destination previously agreed to by the seller and the...

Arial view containers
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Incoterms: New Version Released - Incoterms 2020

The International Chamber of Commerce has launched the latest version of the International Commercial Terms (Incoterms): Incoterms 2020. The new terms, which will enter...

Containers on vessel
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Incoterms Explained: Carriage Paid To (CPT)

When goods are bought or sold “Carriage Paid To” (CPT) it means that the Seller delivers the goods to a destination previously agreed to by the seller and the buyer. It...