SGS Product Conformity Assessment (PCA) is a solution designed to ensure that specific products comply with the technical regulations and standards set by an importing country’s regulatory authority.
SGS are pleased to announce the recent partnership with Eurotunnel to ensure that customers using SGS TransitNet can be ‘green-routed’ upon entry to France.
The first shipments which arrived into the UK under the delayed declarations facilitation will need to be declared to HMRC via a customs agent with the appropriate HMRC authorisations from the 1 July.
This updated regulation includes substantial changes, including a greater focus on cyber surveillance, human rights and terrorism-related considerations.
SGS e-Customs are delighted to announce that we have grown our customs services with the introduction of export services from Ireland. The service was launched on the 14th June 2021.
SGS opens brand new support office.
Due to a large volume of requests from traders wishing to open transit declarations from Killingholme, Stena Line have now introduced the possibility to ship cargo under a transit document which will be processed between Stena Line and UK Border Force.
How transits are becoming a more popular option for movements across the continent.
The Custom House will temporarily move from its location now in Waterbrook Park to the Ashford International Truckstop on Waterbrook Avenue.
Under the rules of the Common Transit Convention, the guarantee for a transit declaration is calculated based on the highest rates of taxes applicable to such goods in the country of departure.