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Five steps to establishing central customs handling
Centralizing your customs management to a single point can deliver significant business value in terms of costs, compliance and efficiency. But how do you get there? Read on to find out.
6 months to Brexit. The clock is ticking!
We have had some turbulent weeks in relation to Brexit and the clock is ticking. In the extraordinary EU Summit in Salzburg the other week, the EU 27 clearly responded that the present UK Chequers proposal with the new Facilitated Customs Arrangement (FCA, based on the New Customs Partnership option 1 model) is not acceptable from the EU’s side in relation to the ‘Future relationship’ since it is not in harmony with EU regulations. This means that the future trade and customs model will have to be more traditional around the borders, taking into account the basic principles for border procedures and processing.
Centralized customs management: Taking control of customs and your business
Getting a central overview and control over your customs management saves a lot of unnecessary costs and risks, not to mention headaches. It may also show you the way to untapped potential in your supply chain and your business.
Outsourcing of Customs handling
More and more enterprises lament a lack of skilled professionals required in the realm of customs and foreign trade, complaining that the labour market is virtually dried up and deserted. At the same time, the level of organisational skills and requirements expected of staff has become more demanding on account of the Union Customs Code (UCC). As a rule, well-trained and experienced specialists are free to choose from a variety of jobs and take their pick.