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December 2016
Risk management, more important with the new Union Customs Code


New system based solutions will offer customs authorities better possibilities to validate data received. The Union Customs Code (UCC) allow customs authorities to perform their controls up to five years back in time. This is an increase with two years when comparing to the previous customs legislation. To avoid unpleasant surprises, we need to identify and manage the potential risks in our day to day customs processes.

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What are the most important demands on your customs management partner?

Take our 2-question survey together with other European countries and share your experiences.

The aggregated results will guide you in what to expect and how to develop your cooperation to get the most out of it.  


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UCCmadesimple now available in more languages and with new content

UCCmadesimple is a website dedicated to facilitate your work with the Union Customs Code, UCC. As of today, it is also available in German and Swedish. Here you find rewarding articles and useful tools, including a self-assessment, checklists and infographics.

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UCCmadesimple

 

Survey Results: The Union Customs code’s impact on businesses.

Download our report “The Union Customs code’s impact on businesses” and learn more about how The UCC has started
to impact companies.


How many perceive an impact? And in what areas? What are the main obstacles?

We hope the results will help you plan the coming steps even better.


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Did you know that KGH Customs Services is on LinkedIn? Today we have more than 2,200 followers who regularly keeps updated with news involving customs, VAT and trade. On our corporate site you will find articles on customs and VAT, useful tools, news about KGH and our business.

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Customs education for you and your company that increases efficiency and compliance.

Customs education increases the probability that your customs work is done quickly and efficiently from the start while reducing the risk of errors. Moreover, spreading relevant customs knowledge across your organisation helps you work more proactively with customs in areas with a strategic focus. For example, if you are looking to expand into new markets, becoming acquainted with international regulations is a crucial skill that can increase your competitiveness.

We have a wide programme of courses – open or tailored to your needs at your premises. We also work with universities and business schools where we host lectures and run various certified programmes in Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands and Belgium.

Courses in Belgium
Courses in Netherlands
 We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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