Get proactive with UCC – Download checklist

What will the new Union Customs Code (UCC) implementation involve? And when? Unfortunately, the exact details and the timeline are still unclear.

So what do you do? The answer is to get proactive and focus on your own situation and the areas of your business that will be affected by UCC. The 5 areas to address are customs permits, routines, competence, software and data quality. By addressing them you’ll take care of the new rules as they are implemented as well as preparing your business to take full advantage.

KGH Customs Services has put together a checklist of activities in each area to get your UCC transition off to a flying start.

If you have any further questions or would like to know more, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Catharina Olofsson, Consulting Director
catharina.olofsson@kghcustoms.com

Posted by KGH Customs, 3 years ago

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