As the leading customs expert in Europe, we can offer you individual customs solutions tailored to the specific demands of manufacturing companies. Our customs specialists can advise you on the following topics:
Customs Challenges | Manufacturing
Customs clearance can be a challenging topic for manufacturing companies, as many struggle with complying with customs regulations in the increasingly complex world of international trade, where laws are constantly changing. This is why it is crucial that manufacturers ensure that their customs documents are filled out correctly and required customs duties and taxes are paid. Otherwise, mistakes or carelessness can result in delays, penalties or even loss of goods.
Besides managing their customs, manufacturers must also deal with other aspects of international trade, such as packaging, transportation and insurance of goods and merchandise, which makes customs clearance time-consuming and resource-intensive.
If customs clearance is done incorrectly and customs authorities should find irregularities or the absence of important documents, e.g. certificates of origin, customs penalties can occur.
Manufacturing and Supply Chain Exhibition: A Recap
Last week, Customs Support Ireland exhibited at the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Exhibition in Dublin and what a great few days we had! The two-day event bought together industry experts, unique networking opportunities and even a Tic-tac delivery robot! Some of our colleagues who attended the event are here to tell you all about it.
Transport Logistic Munich 2023: A Recap
Last week, Munich hosted the highly anticipated Transport Logistic event 2023, bringing together industry leaders, cutting-edge technologies and unparalleled networking opportunities. If you missed this event, fear not! We have asked some of our attending colleagues to tell all about this event to keep the excitement alive.
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.