Dutch traders get a beacon
National Customs Congress

Dutch traders get a beacon

Exporters in the Netherlands facing the rough seas of global trade can find help in managing their operations in an October event in Rotterdam that AEB has joined.

National Customs Congress to spotlight compliance

Exporters in the Netherlands looking for more information to help them lead the way in managing global trade should visit the National Customs and Trade Compliance congress in Rotterdam on October 11.

Brexit, e-commerce, and other important developments in customs will be addressed at the 13thNational Customs Congress, the largest platform for customs matters in the Netherlands. 

This year, a new congress family member (Trade Compliance Congress) puts full spotlight on its ‘compliance relative’ with sessions on export restrictive legislation and sanction measures, strategic goods, geo-political developments and IT-developments.

AEB experts to hold two sessions

We recommend signing up for a speaking session on the ROI of automating export controls, hosted by AEB’s compliance expert – Mark Brannan. 

Or, if you would like to learn more about classification for export controls at a detailed level, don’t miss Richard Groenendijk’s session in which he will address pitfalls and how it can be picked up. 

Other theme sessions the combined 2 platforms offer include topics such as e-commerce and customs value, e-commerce and classification, Brexit for importers, exporters and forwarder, origin fraud, blockchain and more.

Register now for an early bird discount of EUR 75 at the National Customs Congress website or the Trade Compliance Congress website.