Your 10 Point Transition Checklist
Don't leave it to the 11th hour! Make sure you have considered all the critical elements to ensure your business can continue to move goods from 1st January 2021.
Avoiding The Headaches .... Of Working With A Freight Agent
What you need to know to work with Freight Agents and Fast Parcels Operators (Couriers) to ensure delay and trouble free exports and imports
Brexit: How is it affecting your supply chain?
LogisticsCompare hosted webinar
What is a Commodity Number / Tariff Code and Why Do You Need One?
Have you been asked for a tariff, HS or Commodity code and don't know what it is or where to get it from? Our expert will explain.
So What's A Customs Entry?
From 1st January 2021 all shipments to and from Europe and the Rest of The World will need a Customs Entry. We explain what this is, when and why it is used and what you need to know to ensure it is completed legally, on time and with the desired effect.
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What You Need To Know Before You Import or Export
Key things you need to know to successfully and legally get your goods across borders
Applying For AEO Under Lockdown And Transition
We take a look at the emergency changes to the application process under Lockdown and also discuss the change to the application method under Brexit Transition
CILT/BPDG BREXIT Transition Progress Review
Susan takes part as one of the speakers giving an overview of Customs matters in her role as Chair of the CILT Customs & International Trade Compliance Forum
The Impact Of The New UK Global Tariff
The changes, impact for importers and why you still need to know the rules in order to decide which duty rate applies to you.
Our series of free webinars are designed to give you important information, tips and guidance on aspects of moving goods internationally. New webinars will be added regularly so check back often.
Let us know what topics you would like covered and we will try to include them.
Six Months To Complete A Customs Entry?!!
From 1st January 2021 traders will be able to choose whether or not to make a Customs declaration at the time of import or to wait up to six months. What are the pros and cons and how should you prepare because waiting six months is not a 'do nothing' option!
Warehousing Crisis Discussed
LogisticsCompare hosted webinar
Preparing to Import or Export To/From Northern Ireland?
What are the proposed rules for Customs and compliance from 1st January 2021, How can you prepare? What do you need to do now to avoid a break in trade?
Never Confuse Origin With Geography
Customs Origin is not a matter of geography but getting the right Origin gets importers serious discounts. We discuss the difference between geographic origin and the origin for Customs.
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To Insure or Not To Insure Goods In Transit
We discuss the impact of methods of transport, IncoTerms® 2020, legal liabilities and the likelihood of a successful claim.
Practical, pragmatic advice and training
Why ExWorks Gets You Into Trouble Internationally
This much miss-used Incoterm® 2020 contrary to popular belief gives exporters maximum liability and risk - find out why and and how to avoid problems.
Why Nothing is Worth Nothing
(And Everything is Worth Something!)
The value of goods crossing borders directly relates to how much duty you pay but importers have a legal liability to declare the value calculated according to Customs rules. We explain the basics of how this differs from your invoice total