Customs clearance in the EU: basics for the container shipping and logistics industry

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What: The 'EU Customs Compliance Basics for the Container Shipping and Logistics Industry' training will give confidence to those of you who are beginning your career in this exciting industry! The training aims to help companies in the container shipping and logistics industry train both new and current employees and to ensure compliance with EU customs requirements.

Why: One of the biggest challenges facing the Container Shipping and Logistics industry is managing compliance requirements, which are enforced by customs authorities at the borders. This is likely to be part of your daily responsibilities, and this course will give you the confidence to handle them. 

Who: You are in good hands – in this training, lecturer Enrika Naujokė will share her knowledge as a customs broker dealing with customs formalities in seaports in Lithuania and Germany. Enrika is the co-owner of the customs brokerage company Muita UAB, and is a customs consultant with over 20 years of experience in the field. Learn more about Enrika

After taking the course, you will: 

  • know the most important industry-related terminology;
  • understand the role of customs authorities;
  • know what a customs declaration is;
  • understand what customs procedures are, focusing on import and export;
  • have a good understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a customs broker.

The training is a part of a bigger course, 'Customs Clearance in the EU', see the brochure in pdf, which is in preparation and will be launched in August 2022. We will make sure to let you know the details as soon as new parts are being released. 

Feel like we are missing something? Tell us and we will include it. All your queries are welcome by email at info@customsknowledgeinstitute.org

You should take this course because:

  • you have the best customs experts to support you at your fingertips;
  • the course was created specifically for you – is on-demand, fully remote and accessible 100% online from the comfort of your home; it is unlike other courses, and there is no need to leave your home or decide when to take it;
  • you receive a certificate upon completion – tests are included in the training, and after answering more than 60% of questions correctly, a personal certificate confirming completion of the training will be generated;
  • most importantly, you will know how to handle customs formalities in the context of container shipping and logistics.

A personal career and business compliance start with knowledge, and applied knowledge is what makes the difference.

Happy learning!

About the Customs Knowledge Institute: the Customs Knowledge Institute is an Irish non-for-profit organization whose mission is to bring together passionate customs practitioners together for the purpose of enhancing customs knowledge.

About CustomsClear: we are the customs-related knowledge marketplace and our goal is to connect knowledge seekers like you with industry-related experts. Check other available customs compliance courses.

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