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New Computerised Transit System (NCTS) - Virtual classroom
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Our An Introduction to Importing seminar will offer practical guidance to prospective and existing importers by considering the basic procedures, terminology and documentation involved in importing. It will give an overview of the entire importing process including supplier selection, evaluation of risks, supply chain, terms of delivery, methods of payment, selection of clearing agent, duty and excise and the role of UK customs.

 Export to Your Calendar 02/11/2020
When: 02/11/2020
9:45 am
Where: Virtual classroom via Microsoft Teams
United Kingdom
Contact: IOEx Training
01733 404400


Online registration is available until: 01/11/2020
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Overview

This is an introduction into the Freight Transit regime and explanation of how to access and utilise the NCTS (New Computerised Transit System).

The objectives are to introduce traders to the commercial advantages of the regime with basic step by step analysis of the system and regulations required by HMRC and UK Border Force to ensure compliance and facilitate smooth operation within the freight supply chain.

To link the Transit system with improved freight procedures post Brexit.

Learning outcomes

    • Explanation of the Transit Regime
    • Introduction to the NCTS system and HMRC policy requirement
    • Explanation of the Guarantee Management System
    • Detailed advice regarding the types of guarantees most suited to the individual trader
    • Full explanation of the NCTS screens and advice on completion to meet Border Force requirements
    • Benefits explained regarding current AEO signatories and updates of the authorised traders (simplified procedure)
    • Updates on post Brexit requirements and advice on why the Transit system may be more beneficial within and outside EU trade.


Who should attend

  • Freight Forwarders
  • Logistics
  • Shipping
  • Air Freight
  • Associated Accounts and Finance Companies
  • Distribution

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