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Improve the Efficiency of your Customs Operation
When you trade internationally and deal with Customs Authorities worldwide, you must make sure that all your systems, procedures and processes related to customs activities are compliant. Customs rules and regulations constantly change. The market in which you continuously operate changes, and your operation constantly evolves. With so many changing factors, there is always a risk that your customs processes are no longer on par with the latest situation.
Meet Our People: Tom Edwards
In our series #WeAreCustomsSupport, you will meet the people behind Customs Support. We value our colleagues and the work they do. In this series, we will interview the people who are always ready to assist you with importing or exporting your goods without worries. Next up in this series is Tom Edwards, who is the UK import operations manager.
What the SCDP!
Customs Freight Simplified Procedure (CFSP) has changed to Simplified Customs Declaration Processes (SCDP). But what does this acronym refer to? Find out in this article.
The Combined Nomenclature (CN)
On Monday, October 31, 2022, the European Commission released the updated version of the Combined Nomenclature (CN) for 2023. This updated version includes new subheadings to monitor specific items better.
Five Checkpoints of Great Customs Consultancy
Entrusting a customs consultant with your supply chain can be daunting. The customs landscape is ever-changing, and you are at risk of audits, delays, and lost business if you do not have your procedures in check. Therefore, regular customs consultancy is key to maintaining your business. However, what do you look for when choosing a company for such an important task?
Digitise Your Supply Chain and Don't Forget Your Customs Processes
We live in an exciting and challenging time. The pandemic has changed the world as we know it, and while things are slowly returning to how they were, some changes are here to stay.
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 compliance and non-compliance is thinner than companies realize. We are seeing an increased number of issues with imported bike parts, where the Customs Authority sees them not as bike parts but as non-assembled bicycles.
Switching Customs Brokers
We see onboarding new clients as one of the most essential processes for customs brokers. On the one hand, because it entails a lot of regulatory matters and on the other hand, because our customers are at the core of what we do.
Brexit Update: Impact on UK Businesses and Updates on the Irish Border
The first month of Brexit is behind us. As many companies built up stock on both sides of the British Channel to make sure there were no shortages, the first weeks were relatively quiet.