It’s clear from recent trade shows that digitalisation and data-sharing is a key topic for the logistics industry. Find out how we use EDI to work with your supply chain software in this article.
Customs Support is known as a leading provider of digital customs solutions, but what does that mean? UK IT Director Ash Taylor explains why it’s important to progress digitally in this article.
Trade Deals Around the World is our periodic update, which gives you a quick and easy overview of what has been happening in the many trade deal negotiations worldwide. In this month’s edition, we’ll be giving you an overview of the digital trade deals of 2022 and what you might see in 2023.
From taxing merchants in ancient times to gathering statistics and protecting economies, customs is always evolving. Recent years have not only been about evolution, though. They’ve been about revolution.
Customs systems across the world are evolving, driven by changes in technology, consumer behaviour, and security requirements. The European Union’s Import Control System (ICS), which was launched in 2010, is the latest target for development.
The manufacture of plastic goods has become more available since the development of 3D printers. Where you previously needed to design, test and use moulds in a factory, you can now send a digital file to your 3D printer.
As a leading digital customs broker, we are constantly looking for new technologies and innovations and analysing potential impacts on our operations and customers. One of the developments we are closely following is artificial intelligence.
As companies and governments work to achieve net-zero carbon, communicate more effectively, and protect people’s data, technology is rapidly advancing around the world, the customs industry is also making strides in innovation.
The UK is investing in its systems and infrastructure at an unprecedented rate, and the digitalisation of your supply chain is now more important than ever. But, where are the upgrades being implemented, and what will this mean for you?
Did you know that CMR stands for Convention relative au contrat de transport international de marchandises par route, French for Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road.