Data analysis within the framework of customs management
17. October 2022|
Data analysis within the framework of customs management Customs-related data analysis - an insight for practitioners A practical and individually configurable IT solution for analyzing customs-relevant data (in particular declaration/master data and transaction data as well as external data) is a crucial prerequisite for a strategy- and compliance-oriented customs function in order to build efficient, flexible and transparent
Data Analytics & Visualization takes your global customs processes to the next level! A joint webinar of MIC and AWB.
4. November 2021|
November 16th, 2021, 3 PM CET / 2 PM GMT / 9 AM EST / 6 AM PST (English only) In recent years, Data Analytics has more and more become a core requirement for internationally operating companies to leverage their typically large amounts of global trade data and use it to identify new opportunities. Making intelligent use of
The Chinese perspective on RCEP
16. April 2021|
The Chinese perspective on RCEP Our network partner Zhao Deming explains to us in a video interview the importance of RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership): a free trade agreement that spans about 30% of the world's population and also 30% of the world's trade volume. RCEP will have an impact not only on trade but also on investment
The EU – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement: Making the Benefits Count in Practice
27. August 2020|
The EU – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement: Making the Benefits Count in Practice The EU – Vietnam free trade agreement offers exporters an enticing instrument to explore new markets or production locations. For the customs benefits to count in practice, however, careful planning is required. Exporters must integrate a system of very complex rules of origin in their
“Get out now or risk the consequences“ – Next round in the trade conflict between the USA and Europe
21. July 2020|
“Get out now or risk the consequences“ – Next round in the trade conflict between the USA and Europe Now the situation is coming to a head: On July 15, the US State Department announced further amendments to the CAATSA (Countering American Adversaries Through Sanctions Act), and US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, also explained the reasons for
Customs and IT are best integrated – Digitalisation of customs processes and the strategy of the customs department
8. June 2020|
Customs and IT are best integrated Digitalisation of customs processes and the strategy of the customs department Overseeing the digitalisation of business processes is a particularly great challenge for executives responsible for customs and foreign trade – in addition to those presented by trade wars, Brexit and sanctions, which can change on a daily basis. The influence of
“Hidden” duties on exports: identify customs benefits and stay competitive!
8. June 2020|
“Hidden” duties on exports: identify customs benefits and stay competitive! At times of economic uncertainty, exporters are increasingly looking for cost savings hidden away in the supply chain. Tweaking the supply structure can help maintain a competitive edge in international trade. Sooner or later controllers and customs executives must ask themselves whether they can make savings by using
The consequences of the Corona pandemic: the end of just-in-time manufacturing?
8. June 2020|
The consequences of the Corona pandemic: the end of just-in-time manufacturing? Effects on the customs environment The Corona pandemic has seriously affected the economy, society and social life. Economists assume that it will lead to one of the most serious (if not the most serious) economic recessions since WW2. The working environment and international trade will never be