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Customs Support Welcomes SA-TU Logistics to the Family!
Customs Support Group is proud to say 'tervetuloa' to our new Finnish colleagues, as the customs department of SA-TU Logistics has joined the Customs Support family. This expansion will increase our ability to offer digital customs services in Finland to our European clients.
Customs Support expands European footprint to the Nordics with the acquisition of SA-TU Logistics in Finland
Upcoming Changes to the Harmonised System per 2022: What You Need to Know
Determination of the customs classification for goods is essential to ensure that goods are correctly classified according to the harmonised system used worldwide. Customs classification is also essential because it is linked to:
Everything You Need to Know About Getting AEO Certified
Being part of a supply chain with authorized economic operators means being part of a reliable supply chain. For more and more companies it is becoming a requirement rather than a preference.
Importing Into the Netherlands From the United Kingdom: The CVB Procedure
When you import goods into the Netherlands from the United Kingdom, it is no longer possible to make an import declaration before the goods have been unloaded. There is a new import procedure called Container Vrijgave Bericht (CVB), which translates into Container Release Message.
How to increase the efficiency of your logistics operation
There are different ways in which companies can drive down cost. One of them is increasing your loads to minimize empty kilometres. Another way is to benefit from the knowledge of customs specialists from Customs Support. Both companies will help you tackle inefficient logistics and waiting times at borders.
Client Interview | Ricardo Pubben from Caroz
In this series we interview clients who work with Customs Support. Today we have interviewed Ricardo Pubben, working at Caroz.
The eCMR. Another step toward digitalising supply chains
Did you know that CMR stands for Convention relative au contrat de transport international de marchandises par route, French for Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road.
Getting Ready for Dutch Customs' New Import Procedure - 4 Step Procedure
Dutch Customs is implementing a new procedure. With this new procedure, it is no longer possible to make an import declaration before the goods have been unloaded. The new import procedure is called Container Vrijgave Bericht (CVB), which translates into Container Release Message.