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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.

News 18.08.2020
Quantum computers - A look at future technologies

What are Quantum computers actually about? And what benefits do these offer specifically for logistics?

News 11.08.2020
“Benelux is a key region in global logistics”

A close-knit transport network, connections to global markets, and an ideal geographical location—Benelux offers the perfect conditions for integrated logistics solutions. Aat van der Meer, Managing Director of DACHSER Benelux, talks about the importance of training, how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the region, and a royal visit.

News 10.08.2020
"Our compass points us in the right direction"

Defying adverse circumstances while simultaneously taking advantage of the opportunities - Bernhard Simon, CEO of DACHSER, about crisis management as part of DACHSER’s culture.

News 30.07.2020
“Every crisis also has opportunities”

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the air freight industry hard – possibly changing it forever. In this interview, Timo Stroh, Head of Global Air Freight at DACHSER Air & Sea Logistics, discusses the current situation in the air freight market, flexible solutions in the crisis, and a cautiously optimistic outlook.

Press Release 29.07.2020
DACHSER's LCL (less-than-container-load) service is the main form of transport for importing car manufacturers

For the past two years, a Japanese car manufacturer has been a client of DACHSER for the transportation of its auto parts.  For a service of excellence, a special project was developed that reduces costs and optimizes time: the perfect formula to facilitate the delivery of parts and pieces on different routes, with inventory management and better shipping. What started with a lower flow route in air transport, became a great full-service partnership with the global logistics company with headquarters in Germany.

Market Information 24.07.2020
DACHSER strengthens its interlocking presence at Frankfurt Airport

On 1 July 2020, DACHSER strengthened its networking between the Air & Sea Logistics and European Logistics business segments at Frankfurt Airport and is now bundling air freight import traffic for Germany and other European countries at Frankfurt Airport.

Once the air freight arrives at Frankfurt Airport and is accepted into the air freight warehouse, it is fed directly into the DACHSER European Logistics network, which has a branch office at the airport. With Europe-wide delivery from Frankfurt via the network, DACHSER thus offers its customers a uniform and reliable solution from the point of departure overseas to delivery in Europe. It is now also possible to offer customers end-to-end monitoring of their consignment via eLogistics.

If you have any questions in this regard, please contact your personal contact person at the relevant DACHSER branch

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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