Read how other companies benefit from working with KGH, learn from insightful articles and discover useful tools that can inspire your work with trade and customs management.
Sustainable trade – a driver for sustainable development
International trade is important for sustainable development, provided they support each other. It is about growth, standards of living and even increased understanding between countries. In this article, Lars Börjesson, CEO at KGH Customs Services, tells how KGH as a provider of trade and customs services can contribute to a positive development.
4 steps to help you use customs expertise strategically in your organization
Global trade is currently going through a large change, driven by trends and events such as digitalization, big data analysis, shorter product life cycles, deglobalization such as Brexit, and Union Customs Code. All these drivers for change increase the quantity and complexity of trade data, which is required faster and earlier in the customs processes and with bigger consequences for non-compliance. Not staying in control of your customs processes and trade data flows can affect your trade like never before. Which makes it even more important to have access to customs expertise and use it strategically.
Trade and customs management: Turn uncertainty into opportunity
Brexit? The US-China trade conflict? A key supplier in trouble? New customs compliance and system demands? When you’re a company whose business relies on cross-border trade, uncertainty comes in many shapes and sizes. The good news is that the same is true for opportunity By taking full control of your own trade and customs management, you can more consistently remove the risks and reap these rewards.
Brexit: Time to evaluate your terms of trade – Incoterms
Be sure to review your terms of trade when making your Brexit preparations. Certain terms may expose you to unnecessary risks and costs before the details of a possible agreement and future legislation in the UK are fully known.