The New Year is a time for looking forwards, and for looking back. This year, NTEX are celebrating 18 years on the road (and sea, and air). It’s been a journey in the fast lane, so buckle up and join us as we travel back to a quiet office in Stockholm in 2003.
Whether or not a last minute trade deal is agreed between now and Christmas, it’s likely that the way you conduct business with your partners in the EU will change after 31st December 2020. Customs paperwork and import duties will become a routine part of importing and exporting goods between Europe and the UK – at least until a trade agreement is reached. This doesn’t mean that delays and significantly increased costs are inevitable – but the more prepared you are for potential changes today, the less impact there will be on your supply chain as the UK completes its exit from the EU.
Here’s our guide to what to expect when shipping goods in the New Year. We’re here to help and provide all the support you need to minimise costs and delivery times – so please get in touch if you have any questions.
Shipping your products to Scandinavia isn't a difficult process with the right provider, but there are still some things that should be avoided. While all four Scandinavian countries are in the European Union or European Free Trade Area, there are still some local laws to pay attention to. By making sure to follow all the applicable customs laws, and with the help of a knowledgeable company such as NTEX, your Scandinavian haulage will be easy. At NTEX we have been working in Scandinavian logistics for decades, and we want to give you a few pointers that will make your business haulage a lot easier. While the Scandinavian logistics situation is evolving in a post-Brexit environment, we still are here to ensure a fast and cost-effective shipping service to your customers.