Why didn’t the peanut cross the ocean?
Health and safety in food transportation is one of the strictest areas of customs compliance. But how does this apply to the humble peanut, and what’s changed recently? Find out in this article.
Which Origin Statements do I put on Export Paperwork?
Origin statements are essential when importing and exporting goods. But when, where, and why should you include them? Senior Consultant of Customs and Trade Rene Rothheudt explains in this article.
How Export Controls Work in the European Union
Export controls regulate the movement of dual-use and military goods, requiring you to hold a licence under certain circumstances. Senior Consultant of Customs and Trade Rene Rothheudt explains 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.
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.
Teamwork in Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands
Within this client case study, we outline how Customs Support provided an existing client, with full-service solutions to their operations in Belgium, Germany, and The Netherlands. With a focus on compliance in a global landscape.
Your Partner for European-wide Customs Services
Within this client case study, we outline how we provide full-service solutions with integrity (compliance) across the global landscape.
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.
What Is Inward Processing and What Are the Benefits?
Inward processing refers to goods imported into the EU that will be processed somehow and then shipped outside the EU again. An example of this is a product imported for repairs or maintenance and then exported again to be returned to its owner.