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     July 2016
BREXIT - from a customs and trade compliance perspective
The result from the UK referendum about EU membership was to leave the EU. This will have direct consequences for UK customs legislation and businesses in the EU who trade with the UK both at an administrative level and for the physical flow of goods. The Brexit period will coincide with the implementation of UCC in the EU. Which changes can we expect to see from a customs and trade compliance perspective over the next few years as the transition gets under way. Read more
UCC – several changes to handle in your daily operations
We know that the implementation of the Union Customs Code (UCC) will result in a constantly changing environment. This will be ongoing until at least the end of 2020 and probably beyond. So what challenges and opportunities can we expect in our day-to-day business?

The future of customs handling is changing. Even though not everything is clear as yet, enough is clear to help companies prepare for what’s to come. Read more
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Learn more about UCC with uccmadesimple.com
Correctly handled, the new union customs code (UCC) will simplify future customs management and open up new opportunities. But it also means you need to manage several changes to get there.

UCCmadesimple.com is a new website where you find insights, tips & tricks, self-tests and more to help you understand the impact that UCC might have on your company and what to do about it. Click on the link and check out how uccmadesimple.com enables you to make the most out of UCC.

         
 
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