Border Target Operating Model (TOM): New Customs Rules for goods bound for Great Britain post-Brexit
On April 5, 2023, the British government announced the introduction of the Border Target Operating Model (TOM) for importing goods into Great Britain. From October 31, 2023, this new approach will be phased in, and will include customs procedures and security and safety checks for goods from all countries. In this article, we look at the Border Target Operating Model and the implications of these new rules for businesses.
Discover the latest ranking, import and export, of the world's container ports in 2022, with the data from Alphaliner.
Understanding customs regimes 40 00 and 42 00: Implications for international trade in the European Union
Companies engaged in international trade are subject to various customs regimes that determine the legal status of goods before their arrival in a specific territory, while establishing a regulatory framework for the movement of these goods. Among the customs regimes are the 40 00 regime, also known as the classic import regime for release for free circulation, and the 42 00 regime. In this article, we will examine these two regimes and their implications for businesses engaged in trade within the European Union.
Professional and constructive exchanges in an exceptional setting and relaxed atmosphere. A look back at the 2-day SEKO BANSARD EMEA seminar held at Château Mont Royal Chantilly, France.
The second release of the European Union's pre-arrival security and safety programme, the Import Control System 2 (ICS2), will come into operation on 1 March 2023. It covers all goods transported by air to or through the EU.
During an event organised by the Logistics and Transport Club, the SEKO-BANSARD teams met the various players in the Supply Chain and shared their thoughts on the model of tomorrow, from Transport to Logistics, via IT and Ecommerce.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO), the specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for ensuring the safety and security of maritime transport and preventing marine pollution from ships, has defined new requirements to reduce international maritime carbon emissions. From January 2023, companies will have to comply with both technical measures (design, equipment) and operational measures (energy efficiency).
Summary of the interview with the Head of the Economic Action Unit/Assistant to the Regional Director of Customs and the Business Consulting Unit of Dunkirk Customs.
Throwback to last September 15, 2022 at the Alma Hotel - Zichron Ya'akov in Israel. The event was attended by more than 120 customers as well as members of the SEKO I Bansard management, global and local in Israel. An interactive conference focused on customers.
On July 12th, our teams had the pleasure to meet Mr. Marc RIONDEL – Managing Director of the Terminal des Flandres.An opportunity to discuss the latest news of Terminal des Flandres, the first container operator in Dunkirk. Located in the North of France, the port of Dunkirk is surrounded by the largest European cities and is Europe's leading industrial port zone. A structure that is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Inauguration of Ris-Orangis logistics site (France) with Bansard International & Seko Logistics teams
James GAGNE, President and CEO of SEKO Logistics and Simon PINTO, President of Bansard International, inaugurated last Monday, July 25th, 2022, the new logistics site located in Ris-Orangis in the south of Ile-de-France. A friendly event that brought together customers from the electronics and energy sectors as well as employees from both entities. After the traditional ribbon cutting ceremony, the guests had the opportunity to discover the new site’s infrastructures and then to discuss together over a laid back lunch.
Bansard International continues its expansion in China. On 8 July, our Shanghai team celebrated the completion of the office renovation. The office address remains the same as before but with a larger space and more modern facilities.