IPR is a customs regime permitting the temporary import of goods for a process, such as repair, without the payment of customs duties or VAT. If you bring goods into the UK or other EU countries and subsequently re-export them, eg for repair or to manufacture an exported product, then IPR can relieve you from paying import duty and VAT. Using this customs procedure can save companies lost of money – but it can also prove to be quite a headache! S&H LLP IPR training explains the administrative procedures that must be put in place starting with assessing the benefits of IPR for your organisation.
Whether you are already operating IPR or would just like to know more, our practical workshops unravel the mysteries. We will help you builds your own Action Plan.
The new Guide to the Incoterms® 2010 Rules was published by the ICC in September 2010 though the rules came into effect on the 1st January 2011. Strong & Herd LLP are pleased to be able to sell the ICC books on-line
Strong & Herd LLP have produced a new Incoterms 2010 Rules wallchart in 2 sizes to help importers and exporters "see at a glance" the cost, risk and additional responsibilities (such as supply chain security) of the new 11 terms.
Incoterms 2010 are a set of international commercial rules published by the ICC. The current set is Incoterms 2010 Rules. We have developed a new Incoterms 2010 Training Courses that gives an overview of the changes.