All members of the Common Transit convention are in the process of updating their customs systems to meet the new requirements of NCTS 5. Member countries are required to complete their transition to NCTS 5 by 1st December 2023 (this is the official date from the European Commission but it is likely to change)
From 1st August 2023, HMRC are introducing some important changes for GMR’s which are generated using the MRN of a transit declaration started from an Authorised Consignor location.
SGS are delighted to announce their participation in Transport Logistic 2023 – the leading international trade fair for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management.
SGS TransitNet is proud to announce its facility in Hadımköy has been officially granted Authorized Consignor status
As of the 1st of November, SGS can provide this pre-notification service via our official partner Billitz who are located in the port area of Trieste and Fernetti.
HMRC have announced a number of changes for GVMS that will take affect from the 1st August 2022.
The biggest challenge for transporters in particular has been trying to obtain a valid GMR for their movements.
SGS and Camar Collaborate to Provide a Solution for Physical Customs Inspections.
Our platform SGS TRANSİTNET recently enjoyed more significant success by being selected as the “Most Successful Logistics Support Services Brand of the Year” at the Turkey Innovation and Success Awards!
Most exports will have safety and security requirements met with the customs export declaration which contains safety and security information. This is sometimes referred to as a combined export declaration.