An ever-evolving trade environment
Black swan events such as the COVID-19 pandemic, the six days where one of the largest container ships ever built was stuck in the Suez Canal, and, most recently, the war in Ukraine, causing sanctions against Russia, have disrupted supply chains around the world.
At the same time, trade authorities are deploying new technologies and regulatory changes in data and document requirements, making it crucial for companies to keep up. In short: The trading environment is becoming less predictable and more complex. These issues can not only be solved by reactive decision making, as they can have a vast and negative impact on your ability to deliver on time, reduce costs and mitigate supply chain risks: Every day, incorrect HS codes cause 22% of all export delays.
Join us for a virtual event, where we will share deeper insights on how to lower complexity and turn customs into a strategic advantage. We will be joined by leading customs experts, and we welcome you to ask questions throughout the session.
Customs as a positive game-changer
On November 22nd, we will cover topics such as:
- Navigating complexity and gaining trade advantage through planning
- Impact of customs on reliable goods flows and supply chain resilience
- Ways to achieve a more holistic and integrated approach to customs
- Mitigating compliance risks through strategic customs decisions and customs risk management
Gaining trade advantages through smarter customs solutions
Today, customs services are much more than just moving goods from A to B across trading borders. Having an integrated approach to global customs will allow you to make informed decisions leading to a new level of supply chain resilience.
In the best scenario, customs can allow you to ride with new market opportunities, explore new markets or re-imagine your supply chain models.
Get the latest insights from global customs experts
At the virtual event, you will meet experts from Maersk and KGH, as well as companies working strategically with customs and international experts within the field. The discussions will mainly focus on trade within Europe but participants from all countries are welcome.