Watch the IOE&IT's lunchtime learning webinar on Incoterms. It covers Incoterms® and the history, what Incoterms® do and do not cover, the 10 articles under Incoterm, insurance, the “Terms”, delivery.
Brexit resources from the Institute of Exporting and International Trade
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<p>In this one-hour webinar, the Institute of Export and International Trade - an ICC-licensed training provider for the new rules - discuss how Incoterms work, what the major changes in the 2020 version are and what exporters need to know to use them effectively.</p>
From 1 January 2020, the revised set of eleven Incoterms apply and businesses trading cross borders are able to incorporate them into their sales contracts. Here we look at what they are, why they matter, how they have changed, and explain how they if applied correctly, can expedite your cross-border shipments and enhance supply chain agility.
In this event we seek to set out the main elements of Customs Freight Simplified Procedures (CFSP). It provides a board indication of the authorisation requirements, the CFSP reporting process and the control measure necessary to maintain an approval. In addition, the webinar expresses the importance of CFSP in relation to Brexit and the proposed changes that are likely to come into effect.
The Institute of Export and International Trade held a one-hour webinar to introduce you to the processes involved in completing declarations accurately and the information you need to have available to do so.
This one hour webinar by the Institute of Export and International Trade reviews changes in trading arrangements for goods subject to export controls and the requirements for businesses to comply with new trade and regulatory requirements.
At the Institute of Export and International Trade's recent London World Trade Summit, Trade Finance Global (members and media partners) interviewed Chris Southworth (Secretary General - International Chamber of Commerce UK) and Lesley Batchelor OBE (former Director General at the Institute of Export & International Trade), discussing rule changes to Incoterms 2020.
The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement secured tariff-free trade for businesses trading between the UK and EU following the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020. However, to qualify for this tariff and quota-free trade, firms need to comply with Rules of Origin specified by the deal.
The Institute of Export and International Trade held a one hour webinar to look at how these additional VAT requirements arise and the options for a GB business to manage VAT arrangements and liabilities.