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Posted on 4th November 2016

Classification of Goods – Using Commodity and Tariff Codes – The King’s Centre – Burgess Hill –  Half day seminar AM Thursday  10 November 2016 0930 – 1230

The correct classification of goods using commodity and tariff codes is essential for customs compliance, establishing correct duty rates, origin of goods, intrastat, export control and many other customs procedures. Increasingly security procedures at ports of exit/entry are being linked to commodity and tariff codings.

For full seminar content, registration details and costs please link to Classification of Goods – Using Commodity and Tariff Codes on Sussex Chamber of Commerce web site

To discuss any aspect of this seminar please contact trainer Peter Thompson on 01903 650566 or reply to this email

Peter Thompson
on behalf of
Sussex Chamber of Commerce

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