Policy

Customs

Technology can unlock Heathrow’s latent airfreight capacity

Heathrow has Parliamentary approval for a future third runway but the airport’s head of cargo, Nick Platts, believes that better…

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More seminars planned as UK braces for new Customs system

A series of new seminars are being planned to prepare the UK’s supply chains for a new Customs system that…

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UK forwarders, training for a new Customs system and waiting for Brexit clarity

UK freight forwarders are preparing for the introduction of a new Customs Declaration System (CDS) which is due to go fully…

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Seminars outlining new UK Customs system hit the road

Freight forwarder group BIFA, Agency Sector Management (ASM) and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have launched a series of seminars…

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CEVA in US free trade zone alliance with IMS Worldwide

CEVA Global Logistics and IMS Worldwide (IMSW) have entered into a strategic alliance to offer the benefits of Foreign Trade…

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Unisys wins US Customs contract for cargo security system

US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has selected Unisys to develop, operate and manage systems used for risk assessments of…

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UK MPs to study freight and Brexit

Westminster MPs have today launched an inquiry into the effect of Brexit on the UK’s freight sector. Parliament’s Transport Committee,…

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Seminars launched to explain new UK Customs declaration system

August’s phased launch of the Customs Declaration System (CDS), replacing the existing system for Customs declarations in the UK, has…

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Smart Border 2.0 report: ‘sensible and positive progress’ on Brexit

A study entitled ‘Smart Border 2.0: Avoiding a hard border on the island of Ireland for Customs control and the…

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IATA: four priorities for success

IATA has highlighted four priorities for the future success of the air cargo industry at this week’s World Cargo Symposium:…

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