Customs Procedures 7 June 2022

£325.00 Excl. VAT

Customs Regulations and Trade Compliance




Customs Procedures

This half day training is designed to help clients:

  • Understand and meet their new Customs obligations.
  • Identify savings opportunities with Customs duties and duty reduction procedures
  • Understand import and export procedures and their respective compliance requirements. Understand Special Procedures (customs warehousing, Outward Processing Relief, Inward Processing Relief…) providing savings or, by delaying the tax point, cash-flow benefits.
Who should attend and why? 
  • Import /export administration: administrators who manage the business cross-border transactions and prepare import and export documentation.
  • Logistics: to ensure products they move efficiently across borders and are not delayed.
  • Procurement department: buyers need to understand the additional requirements of import and to identify any additional import costs or restrictions specific to their purchases.
  • Sales: sales team need to understand how export and import requirements will impact their customers across the EU.
Why choose Alegrant training? 
  • The training is putting the Customs code in practice for immediate implementation;
  • The use of Best Practices illustrates how to embed the obligations in business processes;
  • Instructors are renowned experts in international trade and Customs management with over 20 years of experience;
  • Group sizes are restricted to ensure optimum contact time with the instructor;
  • Trainings have a workshop approach, so delegates apply the new knowledge as they learn;
  • Course material and checklists allow for immediate implementation when returning to the business;
  • Alegrant training certificate accredits participants attendance and subject matter learning.
Training format

Online by video conference (Zoom)

Price and booking
  • £325 Exc. VAT (VAT is only applicable for UK companies)

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