New Look Insights Website
Uniserve Group member Customs Insights have a new look and feel to their website this month and will be venturing into the world of social media to keep us up to date with customs Brexit developments and new legislations.
Customs Insights Managing Director Terry Clear commented “We have been leading discussions with customs and related professional bodies during this critical time for UK business. This has led to the need for a more communicative media platform and the new website is designed to allow us to easily share news and legislation across multiple channels in the coming months.
You can view the new website HERE
Customs Insights has been providing customs related services for over 15 years now. Their aim has always been to supply high quality customs solutions and advice, including comprehensive customs clearance at all major UK ports, customs consultancy, training and import/export duty management bureau operations.
Customs Insights main office is strategically located in Dover and provides a range of services related to RORO clearance, CFSP regimes, Consultancy (including AEO), EMCS and Intrastat. This has also allowed them to establish a centre of expertise encompassing all customs activities to help ensure that their clients get the best advantages and benefits from their services.
For more information on how Customs Insights can improve your customs efficiencies, or in some cases reduce your duty costs, please call Terry and his team on 01304 211652 or email email@example.com.
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