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    What is Customs Transit and why is it going to be so important?

    Custom Transit – Things to think about What is Customs Transit and why is it going to be so important? Being part of a customs union, the UK has enjoyed the free movement of goods between the UK and EU member states for ‘free circulation’ goods imported into the union (including goods imported into the Read More
    December 15th, 2020
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  • Did You Know – DYK 337

    Keep up to date with the Did You Know (DYK) updates for S&H Onecall and Business Support clients only – this issue covers: EU action against the UK; Sanctions update on Belarus & Russia, EU Guidance post Transition, launch of the TSS UK service for Northern Ireland trade.
    October 5th, 2020
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  • Incoterms ® 2020 Rules: A word on the changes

    The first Incoterms® rules were introduced when the world was very busy with political events, businesses were facing uncertainty with high tariffs, trade wars and autocratic leaders of countries pursuing their own agenda.  That was 1936 and the business community needed some stability to trade, so the Incoterms ® Rules were created to establish commonly accepted Read More
    March 11th, 2020
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  • The Global Misuse of Incoterms® Rules

    With the new Incoterms®  Rules coming into force on 1.1.2020 we thought we’d review the common misuse of these terms and why it’s important to get it right.
    January 19th, 2020
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