Poland: New Goods Monitoring System
With effect from 1st May 2017 the Polish government are introducing new regulations to crack down on VAT fraud on certain “sensitive” goods.
The new system will require shipments to be registered on line, with entries to be completed by sender, recipient and carrier.Read more...
Thank you for visiting us
We would like to thank all the people that came to visit our stand during Multimodal 2017 in between 4 – 6 April!
It was a pleasure having you with us and showing you the services and benefits we can offer. We hope you were pleased with what you saw and we invite you to contact us should you require further information.
Whittle Eastern Europe Logistics team
We are at Multimodal 2017 in between from 4th to 6th of April.
Why not come to visit us there on the stand 3004?
Following our surveillance visit on 9th November 2016, we are proud to state that Whittles have retained our current certification and we are already working towards the new 2015 standard for September 2017.Read more...
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Whittle Eastern Europe Logistics have been granted AEO Status
Whittle Eastern Europe Logistics are proud to announce they have been granted AEO Status with effect from 6th November, 2015.Read more...
What is AEO?
Authorised Economic Operator is an accreditation granted to businesses that satisfy strict customs criteria to demonstrate consistent quality, compliance and trustworthiness in the international supply chain. Awarded by HMRC in co-operation with the EC, AEO is recognized throughout the EU and internationally.
Currently most of the benefits are commercial and many businesses that are applying are doing so because they wish to lead the field in compliance and deal with goods moving internationally for which AEO will become the required standard.
Since 1996 we are experienced specialists for road transport of humanitarian and charity cargo
With the utmost respect and compassion for the current immigration crisis in Europe, our company provides practical road transport solutions.
We have been active in the field of charity projects since 1996.
The charity projects we are given frequently have to address cross-cultural characters, but all share a common goal – to assist and help humanity whenever an unpleasant event or chain of events creates tragic consequences which are beyond human comprehension.Read more...
Russia TIR “restored”
Russia said it had reopened 34 border crossing points to TIR on 18 June, including those with Finland, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Ukraine. It followed an earlier announcement by the Federal Customs Service that it had “resolved the situation with TIR Carnets” and restored its co-operation with the TIR guaranteeing association with ASMAP. It has also published a list of border crossing points open to TIR.Read more...
Whittles are currently in the process of applying for Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status.
AEO status is an internationally recognised quality mark which will indicate that our role in the international supply chain is secure and our customs controls and procedures are efficient and compliant.Read more...
Serbia and Macedonia to join Transit Regime
05/07/2015 11:00pmBefore the end of 2015 the Republic of Serbia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will also join the NCTS Convention for Common Transit.
‘Strong Pound causing problems with British exports’
Everyone from multinational manufacturers to small-scale exporters are finding that the strength of Sterling has a downside.
The Pound’s inexorable rise is wreaking havoc with British companies exposed to foreign markets and causing a decrease in exports.Read more...
Russia in TIR turnaround
In late November BIFA notified Members that Russia would leave the TIR Convention on 1 December 2013. However, negotiations continued and a last minute deal was struck that will see the present system continue.Read more...
Russia postpones the withdrawal from TIR system again
Russia postpones the withdrawal from TIR system again.Read more...
Russian impending TIR Carnet abolishment
Russian impending TIR Carnet abolishment has now been deferred by the Russian authorities until 14th September 2013. For more information on latest changes in legislation and transport to Russia please contact our specialist on firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 01254 825 599.Read more...
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