The new Council Regulation suspends the autonomous Common Customs Tariff duties on certain industrial and agricultural products because the European Union production of these products is not sufficient to cover the needs of the Union industry.
As from 1 July 2018, the new Council Regulation grants tariff quotas at zero duty rates for an appropriate volume to seven new products.
European Shippers’ Council has been quoted in numerous press articles concerning container lines services. (more…)
European Shippers’ Council has been featured in several press articles concerning the bunker emergency surcharge topic. (more…)
We would like to share with you the recent publications that would be of interest to shippers and other stakeholders in the supply chain. (more…)
European Shippers’ Council is pushing for a harmonised approach on issues related to drivers’ rest periods, posting of drivers, and access to the market covered by the first Mobility Package. Therefore, ESC is calling for the Members of the European Parliament to come to an agreement on the proposals that were adopted by the Transport Committee of the European Parliament (more…)
As the Union Customs Code entered into force on 1 May 2016, the EC is upgrading and putting in place new electronic systems necessary to apply the provisions of the new UCC. A new user interface has been created within the EU Trader Portal, a single electronic access point at EU level for accessing the electronic customs system. (more…)