May 15, 2021
Customs Digital - online magazine for digitization of customs

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Customs Digital is a newly launched magazine for customs practitioners in Europe. The editor Janine Lampprecht says: "We want to explain things simply, pragmatically, and clearly, and to generate interest in the digitization of customs. Our vision - to revolutionize the customs world and make IT easy to understand for customs practitioners". Learn more about the magazine reading the interview with Janine and watching a video record of the talk during the webinar 'Journals on Customs'.

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