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Speeding Through Customs: Crossing European borders with F1
As another Formula 1 season ends, teams move their cars, parts, and equipment back to base before they are worked on for the 2023 season. This also signifies the end of another busy operation for transport companies all over the world.
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Full-service solutions to global trade challenges
Within this client case study, we outline how Customs Support provides existing clients with full-service solutions, post-Brexit guidance, and innovative digital tools.
The Benefits of a Customs Project Manager
When you operate internationally and ship goods from or to the EU, you face customs rules, regulations, and procedures. Whether you are an importer or an exporter, you need to be compliant. But what happens when there is a change in procedures or regulations, and this change impacts your business?
Johnson Threatens no deal, the UK businesses beg for one
Prime Minister Johnson keeps turning up the pressure in the negotiations for a trade deal between the United Kingdom and the European Union. Around this time the negotiations should be heading into their final stages. Ideally, an agreement should be in place before the end of this month, to give both sides the time to get it ratified. All 27 European Union's member states need to ratify the deal.
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Incoterms Explained: Free on Board (FOB)
When goods are bought or sold “Free on Board” (FOB) it means that the seller delivers the goods to a ship at a port previously agreed to by the seller and the buyer. The seller loads the goods onto the ship. The buyer then takes care of the import formalities and transportation to the final destination. 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 in 1936. It is also one of the most used commercial terms.
Export: Turkey increases import restrictions even further
Two weeks ago the Turkish government announced that import taxes were increased on products ranging from chemicals to machinery. It was a response to the recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The government is trying to protect the country’s industrial producers.
A quarantined world. What will the markets do?
With the exception of just a few countries, the whole world is in lockdown mode or slowly coming out of that. While production in other regions is still down or slowed by the lockdowns, China is getting slowly back to speed again.