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POST-LOCKDOWN: 7 QUESTIONS CONCERNING IMPORT & EXPORT CUSTOMS ISSUES?

Do you have anxieties about import or export issues given the circumstances of the Lockdown restrictions?

Have you identified opportunities because of the Lockdown restrictions?

Are you looking for support on how to navigate post lockdown Customs issues for your import or export business?

We have provided 7 x questions for consideration of your lockdown blues, including information about our Online Support Group.

LOCK-DOWN: CUSTOMS PERIODS EXTENDED

There is a Draft Bill out for public comment which proposes a state of “dies non”, i.e. days which do not count for legal purposes.

These include specified Customs activities (listed herein).

In other words, activities which attract “due dates” or “deadlines” will be extended by the equivalent of 21 days, i.e. the lock-down period.

COVID-19 CUSTOMS DUTIES REBATED – INCREASE IN OTHERS

We understand that there is little or no symbiosis in the duty structures of luxury goods and those attracting environmental levies on the one hand, and the rebating of Customs duties for goods relating to disaster relief programs on the other.

Working from Home: How my Clients Benefit

I left my full-time employment two years ago and started my own Customs Consulting practice. My company, The Customs Hub, provides clients with expert advice on import and export Customs solutions. Leaving behind the corporate world means that I get to work happily from home, benefitting both me and my clients greatly.

Watch The Customs Hub on BDTV

Leaving the corporate world to start your own business is brave, to say the least. Its hard to find a niche, find your feet and make a decision to specialize“. These are the words of Alon Raiz of Raizecorp on Business Day TV – The Big Small Business Show. This interview of Graeme Lennie by Alon Raiz and Kumaran Padayachee is very inciteful. Watch on YouTube…