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Welcome to our How To… and Quick Tips guides on key customs and international trade procedures.

Strong & Herd LLP international trade updates are a quick way to get an expert view of matters relating to export, import and customs procedures and international trade issues. Written by S&H LLP partners, technical experts and associates, these updates provide additional information and insight into key topics on which you can also obtain training and support.  Our business support helpline – the OneCall service – includes, alongside the technical help desk, and discounts on training courses, a twice monthly International Trade Update called “Did You Know” (DYK) – an essential way of keeping up-to-date on what’s important and a live 1 hour Briefing session every 2 weeks – currently concentrating on Brexit/ EU Exit Readiness.  The DYK updates are only available to subscribed members but see sample update below.   To become a member you just need to join our helpline and support service OneCall with an annual fee from £180.00 + VAT.  Learn More Here.

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  • How to Classify Goods

    In 1988 the World Customs Organisation (WCO) developed the Harmonised Coding System (HS) as a universal language to identify goods for customs control and revenue purposes. A key aim of the HS is the promotion of objective, predictable and transparent classification practices. International tariffs are used: For the calculation of customs duties and taxes To Read More
    July 29th, 2020
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  • How to Complete Import Customs Entries

    Anyone who has ever found themselves in the Red Channel upon return from a business trip abroad will know how searching some of the questions can be……
    June 7th, 2020
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  • How to Declare Goods at Import

    In this “How to …” article we will review the key elements and processes needed to make an import customs declaration.  It is important that you are prepared for customs declarations as one thing is certain we will need to do them, trade agreement or no trade agreement with the EU from 1st January 2021 Read More
    May 11th, 2020
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