When importing or exporting goods in the European Union (EU), it is vital that companies know not only when a customs declaration should be filed but also what constitutes a declaration and how one should be made depending on your authorisation.  Understanding the customs procedures for the EU means companies are aware of simplifications, single authorisation for CPEI, the difference between free circulation, inward processing, and customs warehouses, as well as all that is required on the export side – outward processing, customs warehouses, and more.

While there are several changes coming into place in the EU in terms of customs regulations, one thing to note is that many aspects of the customs procedures are not changing.  Realising what is needed on both the import and export side will help your goods flow in and out of the EU easier and more efficiently. But do you really know all the intricacies of the EU customs procedure?

Join Integration Point and Meijburg & Company on 30 June 2015, at 2:00 p.m. Europe Summer Time for a free, educational webcast regarding customs procedures in the European Union.  During the 60-minute webcast, Frans van der Wielen, with Meijburg & Company, will provide attendees with information regarding the proper customs procedure, warehouse types, AEO benefits, Customs Warehousing updates, and the differences between the Union Customs Code (UCC) Implementing Act, Delegating Act, and Transitional Act.

During the webcast, the attendees will learn how to do the following:

  • Determine proper customs procedure
  • Understand which customs procedures have an economic impact
  • Know the correct Customs Warehousing procedures and the different types of warehouses
  • Distinguish between physical control and administrative control when it comes to Customs Warehousing
  • Leverage the benefits and self-assessment of the Authorised Economic Operator programme
  • Work the history of EU customs procedures from Community Customs Code to UCC
  • Identify the implications of the entry into force of the UCC to their customs warehousing processes

Register now for this webcast on EU Customs Procedures.