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Press Release 23.10.2020
DACHSER and Fraunhofer IML continue research partnership

The Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML and DACHSER are extending their collaboration in the DACHSER Enterprise Lab for a further three years. Their partnership will continue to focus on research and development projects with practical application benefits for the DACHSER network. These include digital technologies such as data science and artificial intelligence (AI), real-time locating systems (RTLS), 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, and adaptive warehouse systems.

Press Release 15.10.2020
DACHSER adds weekly Frankfurt-Shanghai charter rotations for the autumn peak

While production is gradually recovering, cargo space is still limited owing to the reduced number of passenger flights. In light of this situation, DACHSER Air & Sea Logistics is launching seasonal charters to cope with the expected high demand in the fourth quarter of the year.

Press Release 07.10.2020
DACHSER to launch emission-free delivery in German city Freiburg

Fuso eCanters, StreetScooters, and cargo bikes—with this all-electric vehicle mix, DACHSER will be making all its deliveries to the heart of the southwest Germany city Freiburg emission-free as of today. Taking transportation as a whole, this new service reduces CO2 emissions per shipment by 26 percent.

News 28.09.2020
DACHSER in Shanghai receives “AGCO Above and Beyond Champion” award

AGCO awards its logistics partner DACHSER for excellence in innovation, service, global growth, and cost efficiency.

News 23.09.2020
The new DACHSER magazine is here!

Getting through the crisis together – How DACHSER is forging even closer ties to its customers and partners.

News 22.09.2020
Expansion of Rotterdam Logistics Center

The expanded Rotterdam Logistics Center in Waddinxveen, the Netherlands, is expected to be operational in October 2020. The new warehouse at the Doelwijk A12 logistics hotspot offers 17,278 square metres of storage capacity for more than 30,000 pallet spaces.

Press Release 15.09.2020
DACHSER launches weekly charters from Hong Kong to Frankfurt

Together with onward distribution via its own European overland transport network, the logistics service provider offers customers a reliable integrated transport solution.

Market Information 09.09.2020
Storage space available at DACHSER Shanghai warehouse

Looking for storage space and a reliable logistics partner? DACHSER Contract Logistics has capacity available.

Market Information 01.09.2020
Brexit-Update: What you need to know

While the trade negotiations between the UK and the European Union continue to make slow progress, the month of June provided the last opportunity for the British government to extend the transitional period, which is currently limited to 31 December 2020. With no request for extension having been made, the focus is now on a gradual introduction of customs controls in the United Kingdom from January 1, 2021. The transition period is designed to allow traders to recover from the effects of COVID-19 and prepare for the new requirements. The United Kingdom will be subject to full customs control at its borders by 1 July 2021.

Earlier this year, the UK government took steps to eliminate certain customs facilitations, including the Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP) and the Import VAT (PVA) shift. However, the British government has recognized that customs relief will also be necessary, at least temporarily, on January 1, 2021.

Thus, the possibility of shifting the import turnover tax is to be reintroduced. In addition, for a transitional period, there will be a customs procedure which will allow the imported goods to be declared by entering them in the accounts within a period of six months, rather than immediately upon importation. This procedure is called "Deferred Declaration".

An EU summit meeting for final talks between Great Britain and the EU will take place from 17 to 18 October 2020. Finally, on 19 October 2020 the results of a "deal or no-deal" scenario should be available. 

Regardless of the outcome of the talks, it is expected that from January 2021 onwards all goods exported to and from the UK will require tariff treatment, albeit during the transitional period described above as part of a process graduated by product group.

The following link will take you to a tool that outlines the required measures: https://www.gov.uk/transition

The UK government has also published details of preparation as an importer and exporter from/to the UK, which can be viewed via the links below: 

https://www.gov.uk/prepare-to-import-to-great-britain-from-january-2021

https://www.gov.uk/prepare-to-export-from-great-britain-from-january-2021

Further information can be found in the download document below.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact your local contact at the relevant DACHSER branch.

Press Release 01.09.2020
DACHSER Shenzhen moved to new premises

Its proximity to business partners and targeted customers allows the company to further improve its service excellency.

Latest news about coronavirus

All news and updates about Coronavirus.

Use our link to find out everything about the measures within the DACHSER organization. We will also keep you up to date on the possible effects on operational activities.

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