International Trade Training

IP/OPR INWARD/OUTWARD PROCESSING

Importing & Exporting, Compliance/Health & Safety

16/10/2024 9:00 am

16/10/2024 12:30 pm

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Chamber Members: £170

Non-members: £231

*All our business prices are excluding VAT at 20%

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For further information on this event, please contact: International Trade Training on 03333200333 or email internationaltraining@emc-dnl.co.uk

Description

IInward Processing and Outward Processing (Relief are Customs Special procedures provide your business a great opportunity to avoid the cost of additional import duties by allowing you to process or repair your goods and suspend and get full relief from import duty. They may also be able to assist your customers and suppliers in the EU save money and avoid the cost of the “double hit” of having to pay both UK and EU duties.

Overview

Workshop Programme in Detail
• How both Inward and Outward Processing works
• Types of authorisation
• The application procedure
• Importing goods under Inward Processing
• Discharging goods under Inward Processing
• What is Equivalence?
• What is Prior exportation?
• Transfer of Rights and Obligations (TORO)
• Bills of Discharge
• Exporting and re-importing goods under Outward Processing
• How to calculate duty for Outward Processing
• Record keeping

What outcomes can you expect from joining us

Delegates will understand what is available to mitigate the additional import duty costs brought about by the changes following the UKs exit from the EU Customs Union.
The reliefs on offer can be put in place by you as a UK business and by your supplier or customer in the EU for maximum relief from import duties

Keith Robe

With over 32 years’ experience of working in HM Customs & Excise and HMRC, Cusdec principal Keith Robe offers advice and support for businesses across all customs areas. His former role with HMRC, and previously HM Customs & Excise, for over 32 years involved working in various aspects customs work, latterly in Customs law and facilitations.

Keith has worked extensively on the introduction of the Union Customs Code (UCC), customs Special Procedures and is a champion of Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) accreditation. He is a qualified Security and Safety assessor and has educated International Trade Associations and businesses in all areas of customs development since 2002.

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