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We foster exchange of knowledge on the platform and beyond it.
We believe that easily accessible practical knowledge is the key.
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Our main reason for subscribing to CustomsClear is the latest information on changes in legislation, insights from lawyers on topical issues, analysis of pitfalls and tips on how to avoid them. It is therefore important that all this information is made available to our customs brokers, so that colleagues can keep up-to-date and keep abreast of forthcoming changes. A recent practical example of how we applied the knowledge - we were well prepared for a customs warehouse audit thanks to the insights shared on CustomsClear.
We subscribe to CustomsClear because it addresses issues relevant to our work. Sometimes we don't even think there is room for improvement until we read an article. The knowledge provided also helps us, for example, to prepare for the customs audit, to classify goods. Furthermore, customs issues are a constantly changing body of information, so it is essential to keep up to date, and the subscription helps us to do this.
The course ‘Customs compliance training for EU and UK businesses’ was very insightful and useful for a general overview of the processes involved with the UK and Irish customs. The details of the course can be overwhelming at times but there are plenty of resources available with the package to allow for comprehensive understanding. The wide range of experts in the field also meant that explaining the different aspects of customs roles was covered very well. The content was engaging and regular testing allowed me to develop my understanding as I progressed throughout the course.
CustomsClear also provide regular updates in the form of email of changes to current information from various government bodies which means keeping the knowledge relevant is simple.
Our goal - professional services to our customers. Thanks to subscription to www.customsclear.net, we timely learn the latest customs-related news and constantly deepen our knowledge in topics such as filling out customs declaration, related responsibilities and liabilities, preferential origin of goods, and many others. We always look forward to the updates via email and, especially, to the new issues of the journals.
CustomsClear - a website on customs topics like others??? In my opinion absolutely NOT because it offers the following: an integrated knowledge base on all customs issues; a multilingual platform with a comprehensive glossary; a platform for international exchange that covers customs issues from different angles; great vividness through multimedia use; and goal-oriented links for relevant knowledge. Well, intensive use is worthwile!
Sometimes one insight makes a significant impact on how we perceive one or another aspect of the customs world. For example, an insightful article on financial consequences of indirect representation on www.customsclear.net platform. The timely updates and practical customs knowledge on the platform are invaluable for both experts and the beginners in the field. Therefore, we subscribe to the 'Plus' plan.
I always get dissappointed when it takes time to find the right information. But it is not in case of CustomsClear! The platform is rich (and steadily growing) in high-quality information on customs formalities, shared by experts from various countries, representing both business and authorities. The unique search engine helps users find the required information easily and quickly - up to 3 criteria can be used at a time: topics, markets/ countries, and languages. Personally, I also use two more seach criteria - publications and dates.
Customs formalities are mostly international issues that span global supply chains from export to the country of entry and through to free circulation for final consumption. However, in this way, the legal rules are extensive and complex. They vary across the countries and regions, change constantly, and often are inaccessible because of the language barrier and/ or unavailability online. CustomsClear is an excellent opportunity for authors to share their up-to-date customs knowledge, exchange competent views, and find the necessary information to develop professional competencies.
The platform provides a unique opportunity to collect in one place some interesting and educational information about customs formalities in different parts of the world. This is very useful for both practitioners and representatives of the scientific community since using the platform significantly saves time in searching for the required information. New legislation, analytics by competent experts from different countries, various articles in different languages, and online video courses make it possible for everyone interested in customs issues to find something useful and valuable. I am happy to recommend the platform to my colleagues teaching Customs Law, International Customs Law at universities and colleges as a trusted source of up-to-date, truthful, and high-quality information.
We are the long-time subscribers to www.customsclear.net (which says a lot about the value of the content to us). In my opinion, the integrated tax and customs knowledge is a key in solving complex business issues and aiming for the best decisions. I’m looking forward for the release of the ‘Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU course’. I see it as a practical and adapted to individual needs of the company tool for introducing various departments with customs and tax requirements. For example, the training would provide more confidence to finance directors and finance managers, who participate in decisions taking and need to know where the ‘red flags’ are in the customs area. Or customs department employees – they need the knowledge about excise and VAT principles to apply it in their daily routine. And other departments (purchasing, sales, logistics, etc.) accordingly.
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