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Customs Declarations UK Announces Integration with CCS-UK for Enhanced Airport Clearance Process

Customs Declarations UK has unveiled a major enhancement to its service offerings with the integration of CCS-UK for airport clearance procedures. The integration enables users to directly submit airport clearances through Customs Declarations UK's platform. Key Benefits for Customers: Efficient Processing: The ability to submit clearances directly through the platform ensures faster processing times.Enhanced Accuracy: [...]

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Customs Declaration UK: Testimonial from our customer “Micky McDonald”

Name: Micky McDonald Designation: Director of Business DevelopmentCompany Name: Dilligas Distribution Ltd.   I was dreading the prospect of having to deal with the complicated matter of “customs clearance” The onboarding experience with Jawahir put me at ease immediately and he was extremely helpful in focussing only on what was necessary for my type of [...]

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Import declarations need to be made using the Customs Declaration Service from 1 October 2022

From 1 October 2022, businesses will need to make all their import declarations using the Customs Declarations Service. As registration can take time, HMRC has been urging businesses to move to the Customs Declaration Service now and providing help and support to help them prepare for the change. HMRC has also been advising them to [...]

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The global freight forwarding report anticipates additional expansion in 2022

According to Transport Intelligence, the global market for freight forwarding surpassed pre-pandemic levels in 2021, but limited capacity and record-high freight prices offer a tough call. Ti estimates the market will expand 5.7 % in 2022, falling to 3.7% by 2026. Their Global Freight Forwarding 2022 report provides an up-to-date view of the freight forwarding landscape, [...]

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United Kingdom Customs Declarations Statistics for International Trade in Goods | 2021

HMRC received a total of 78.3 million customs declarations for international commerce in 2021. Listed below is a breakdown of the same: 58.0 million import declarations 20.3 million export declarations 34,3 million declarations for trade between the United Kingdom and the European Union 42.9 million declarations for the United Kingdom's trade with non-European Union nations 19.6 million [...]

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Britain to introduce new tariffs on overseas steel to protect UK producers

The United Kingdom is set to impose new tariffs on foreign steel imports to protect domestic producers from a "flood of cheap steel imports." The government will impose new "safeguard" import restrictions on several developing nations while announcing a two-year extension of tariffs on developed countries and China. Anne-Marie Trevelyan, secretary of international trade, proposed a two-year [...]

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As of July, the HMRC will not introduce further EU import controls

As a result of the introduction of additional port health checks in January, the EU import controls for food imports from the EU were expected to take effect from July. However, the UK government has acknowledged that these extra checks would have worsened the impact of the pandemic, January's statements, GVMS, and Russia's invasion of [...]

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UK and New Zealand Sign Comprehensive Trade Deal

The UK has negotiated a far-reaching trade deal with New Zealand that will remove trade restrictions on a vast range of UK goods and services and give new opportunities for British firms. The deal was signed by International Trade Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan and New Zealand Minister for Trade and Export Growth Damien O’Connor. After achieving [...]

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