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"The Customs Manager" - Our Compliance Magazine - Edition 15 - 2023 - Week 49

Season's greetings and welcome to the new edition of "The Customs Manager," - throughout December with a sure Christmas touch. It is packed with useful resources for policy and legal updates concerning customs.

Stay fully updated this festive season with our jolly and festive content. Acquire customs and FTA insights, save more money for office Christmas parties, and ensure compliance so you can be "nice" and not "naughty" and have your Christmas presents multiplied. Discover the wonders of Christmas in the Customs Manager Magazine here.

Period covered 04.12.2023 - 10.12.2023

Please note that we will be taking a break for the Christmas holiday from 20th December 2023 until 2nd January 2024. During this time, there will be no editions of The Custom Manager published. The first edition of 2024 will be published on 8th January 2024, covering the period from 21st December 2023 to 7th January 2024.


Christmas Advent Calendar




Duty-Free (and duty reliefs) Updates & Simplifications


Export Procedures Updates



Import Procedure Updates





Transit Updates




Christmas Advent Calendar

'Tis the season to be jolly! Step into the magical month of December and behold your very own Customs & Global Trade Christmas calendar, specially crafted for all you global trade professionals. Delight in the enchanting world of customs, export controls, sanctions, and all the merry matters of customs and global trade.

Prepare yourself for a delightful surprise as you unveil the treasures hidden behind each festive door of your merry Christmas advent calendar, day after day.

Here is what we jingle and jolly plan:

  • Support guides for customs, export controls, sanctions and more

  • Jingle all the way with these Holly Jolly Tips and Tricks blogs that will sprinkle some Christmas compliance and costs-saving magic onto your current business!

  • Fascinating Yuletide customs and global trade readings, blog entries, and reports bridging the merry Christmas slowdown.

  • Festive interviews with merry guests Jolly live training sessions.

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Advent Calendar

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This Week's Question: We are All Ears!

To help us provide better content, would you mind taking less than a minute to answer ONE question? We'll share the findings with you shortly so you can see how your experiences stack up against others, and you'll have a hand in shaping the content we develop for our valued readership.

Will You Be Working Between The Christmas holidays and New Years?

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If you want to see how other importers and exporters respond, respond now, and you can see how others voted instantly. Additionally, we will use the information you submit to establish the subjects for our webinars, articles, and other resources. Thank you!


Anti-Dumping Duty Updates

Why include updates on this topic?

An anti-dumping duty is an extra import tariff imposed on top of the standard customs duty and applicable throughout a customs region. Its purpose is to enable countries to take action against the sale of goods at a price below their usual value, which is determined as the cost for similar goods sold in the exporter's domestic market. Check out our exclusive blog section on Anti-Dumping Duty for the most recent updates, informative articles, videos, and news.

Tip: If you are interested in this topic, we recommend you bookmark this link and check weekly.

⇒ EU: Latest ADD & CVD cases

⇒ UK: Latest ADD & CVD cases

TRA to reconsider recommendation on ironing boards from Turkey

The TRA will reconsider its recommendation to impose a countervailing duty of 4.02%, following an application from Milenyum Metal.

⇒ U.S: Latest ADD & CVD cases

Outcome of Review on ADD & CVD: EAPA Cons. Case 7730: Manufacturing Network, Inc. (Final Administrative Determination, November 27, 2023)

Decision on the review following claims of tax evasion against MNI and Double L, two companies that bring galvanised steel tri-bar flooring from China., The importers are said to have lied about the products not being covered so they wouldn't have to pay antidumping and countervailing duties. Read the outcome of the review here.

EAPA Case 7794: Colony Gums Inc.

Substantial evidence demonstrates that Colony Gums evaded the Order by importing xanthan

gum from the People’s Republic of China (China) that had been transshipped through India.

Colony Gums did not declare that the merchandise was subject to the Order on entry and, as a result, no cash deposits were applied to the merchandise at the time of entry. Read more


Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) Updates

Please also refer to our constantly updated collection of articles, guides on this topic etc:

AEO: Pathways to Customs Compliance

Unlock global trade opportunities with AEO certification. Boost supply chain efficiency, save costs, and ensure customs compliance with expert support - including video


CBAM - The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism Updates

If you are interested in the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, we recommend you bookmark this link and visit it regularly. You will find all the essential guides there, plus links to webinars (1 Hour), training (4 hours) and more:

Revolutionize Your CBAM Strategy with the Ultimate 2024 CBAM Bundle: Download Now Our fantastic bundle includes essentials for EU and non-EU CBAM importers and exporters. Prepare to maximise EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) compliance while decreasing challenges. Guidelines, factsheets, and PowerPoint presentations make this bundle the ideal compliance solution. Take advantage of this excellent opportunity to plan early and ensure a flawless import/export journey! Read on:

1) Frequently Asked Questions on CBAM

The Commission has prepared a Q&A document which provides answers to the most frequently asked questions about the CBAM. It covers many of the questions the EU Commission has asked over the last weeks and months. It is essential reading. Download it here

2) CBAM: Our Collection of Support Tools and Documents

Updated with latest documents that you need for CBAM implmentation. Updated 11.12.2023. Access here

3) CBAM: Help Preparing Your First Report by 31 January 2024

The transitional period of the EU's Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism - CBAM has begun on 1 October 2023. In this blog entry we help you get ready for submitting your first CBAM report on 31 January 2024. Access it here


Classification Updates (Customs) - HS

  • Why staying up-to-date with customs classification matters, see here

  • Our collection of all previous updates & quizzes on customs classification, see here

  • For customs classification training, live and on-demand, see here and here.

⇒ EU

EU: Common Customs Tariff 2024 published!

The EU 2024 customs classification changes have been published. Learn about the changes and ensure accurate product classification.

The HS Classification of Smartwatches: All You Need to Know

Decoding the HS Classification of Smartwatches

⇒ UK

NEW Latest UK Trade Tariff Updates: Commodity Code Changes

Stay up-to-date with the latest UK Trade Tariff updates and commodity code changes. Get informed on the trade updates that affect your business. Last update 04.12.2023

⇒ US

No Update Noted (What does this mean?)


Customs Updates

You can find all of our customs updates here:

Are You Prepared for the Upcoming Changes to Air Cargo Dangerous Goods Regulations in 2024?

Modifications to Air Cargo Dangerous Goods Regulations Commencing January 1, 2024

⇒ EU

Minutes of: 19th meeting of the Import and Export Formalities Section of the CEG jointly with the Trade Contact Group (TCG) - 24 October 2023

⇒ US

Quota Updates

QB 24-212 2024 Tuna Opening Moment

QB 24 - 108 Panama Agriculture

QB 24 – 201 2024 Beef

and many more. What's New in U.S. Quota? Stay Up-to-Date Here

U.S. Quota Update: The Latest News You Need to Know. Date of last update 12-11-2023

Korea Absolute Quota Correction 9903.80.18

A calculation correction was made in the Absolute Quota Korea Steel program on Quota ID 9903.80.18 for fourth quarter (October 1 through December 31, 2023). The limit adjustment to 94,095,024 kgs will be apparent in the Commodity Status Report that issues on Monday December 11, 2023.

Brazil Absolute Quota Fill Rate Correction 9903.80.48

The Brazil Absolute Steel Quota for Quarter 4 (October 1 through December 31, 2023) for 9903.80.48 goods with country of origin: Brazil was prematurely closed due to a trade filer data transmission error. The CBP Quota and Agriculture Branch evaluated the impact of the error and determined that this quota category will be reopened. At the time of this message publication, the quota is open and will accept new ACE submissions for quota consideration for 9903.80.48 goods of Brazil. Detailed filing instructions can be found in the Fourth Quarter Absolute Quota for Steel Mill Articles of Argentina, Brazil and South Korea Bulletin found at

EPA Supplemental Guidelines

An updated version (16) of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Implementation Guide (IG) is now available, with updates made to the Hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) section of the document. This update clarifies questions and address the much-appreciated comments from the trade community. EPA may make additional updates based on input from the Trade community during CERT testing. This version is posted to the “Draft Chapters: Future Capabilities” section, located here:

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) End-Dating Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) Product Codes

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will be end-dating the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) product codes listed below. The end-date will be in 30 days, January 6, 2024.

Product Code/Description

Antimicrobial medical glove

Software, transmission and storage, patient data

⇒ UK

A Voluntary Standard for Customs Brokers: Summary of Public Feedback

Introducing a voluntary standard for customs intermediaries - summary of responses from the consultation.

Breaking Down UK's Customs Simplification Measures: A Comprehensive Summary

Streamlining International Trade: An Overview of December 2023 UK Customs Simplification Measures

International rail freight: UK border requirements and processes

Customs and security requirements for rail freight movements entering or leaving the UK.


Customs Declarations (+ CDS) - Updates

1) The Top 7 Overlooked Factors in Mastering Customs Declarations for Importers and Exporters

Are You Making These Common Mistakes? 7 Overlooked Factors in Customs Declarations for Importers and Exporters

2) What You Need to Know About the Latest UK Customs Declaration Service (CDS) Changes

Stay updated on the latest UK Customs Declarations Service (CDS) changes with our blog post. Get the insights you need for compliant customs declarations. Date of latest updated 12.12.2023. Access information here.


Court Cases & Law Updates

Please also refer to our constantly updated collection of articles, guides on this topic etc:


NEW The Customs Tariff (Suspension of Import Duty Rates) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

The Tariff Suspension Document provides a description of "specified goods" It lists the goods that are subject to a suspension of the applicable import duty rate.

Latest Duty Suspensions in the Reference Documents for The Customs Tariff (Suspension of Import Duty Rates) (EU Exit) Regulations

Navigating the Latest Tariff Suspensions Under the Customs Tariff (Suspension of Import Duty Rates) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020. Latest Update 09.12.2023


No Update Noted (What does this mean?)


U.S: Newest Customs Decisions of CBP and U.S. Courts

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and U.S. Court of International Trade publish a weekly collection of judgements, rulings, rules, notifications, and abstracts about customs and related subjects.

Access the latest edition of Customs Bulletin, updated weekly.


Duty-Free (and Duty Reliefs) & Simplifications

Learn about the steps you need to follow to operate a customs warehouse while importing goods to the United Kingdom. We have recently updated the 'How to Apply' section with more detailed information on the documents you'll need to submit with your application. You can also refer to our comprehensive guides on how to apply for customs warehousing.

1) FREE TO READ Customs warehouses: Keep Your Cash - Now and Forever - But how?

Customs warehousing is a cost-effective way to store foreign products in your country that are destined for another. How can a business benefit from it?

2) How to Apply for Customs Warehouse Operation License

How to Apply to Operate a Customs Warehouse for Importing to the UK?

3) Duty Relief: How to operate a Customs Warehouse

Importing goods from outside allows businesses to save the import duty + taxes if they store it in a customs warehouse, argues Arne Mielken of Customs Manager Ltd.

4) How to Use a Customs Warehouse

The UK has updated its guide regarding customs warehousing. The new guide provides information on various types of customs warehouses, the process of placing goods in a customs warehouse, removing them from a customs warehouse, and paying duty and import VAT.

5) EU Special Procedure Guidance Updated

The EU has updated the guidance for Special Procedures. Download it here.


E-Customs Updates

1) Minister Speech: Insights on the Border Target Operating Model in 2024

Baroness Neville-Rolfe, Minister of State, delivered a speech discussing new SPS border policies and innovations in 2024.

2) U.S: Cargo Systems Messaging Service

The Cargo Systems Messaging Service (CSMS) is a communication method used by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to provide news and updates to their trade partners regarding their automated systems, specifically the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE). You can access the latest updates on the CSMS. Date of last update: 11.12.2023

3) FREE TO READ Revolutionizing UK Customs Declarations: A Look into the Future

HMRC has released the results and summary of responses to the call for evidence. Below is our summary.

U.S.End-of-Year Guidance and Updated Policy in Conjunction with September 2023 ACE Deployment

The purpose of this message is to (a) issue end of year Immediate Delivery (ID) authorization and (b) provide policy and processing updates to CSMS #45160485 ID Interim Procedures, issued December 14, 2020, in support of the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) ID enhancement deployed September 30, 2023.


Export Procedures Updates

Exporting from the UK: Simplified Procedures

Learn about the simplified export declarations available and the requirements for authorization to use them. HMRC has recently updated the guidance with additional information on the application process for large businesses and those applying under the Express Industries Memorandum of Understanding. Please refer to our guide for more information.

The Ultimate Checklist for EU- Exporters to the UK: 10 Things You Need to Remember

10 Crucial Points for EU Exporters: Your Ultimate Checklist for Trade between the EU and the UK under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement.


Free Trade Agreement Updates

For all updates regarding this topic, please view regularly and bookmark:


The New EU-Chile AFA & iTA What You Need to Know About These Agreements

The European Union has finalized talks for a new free trade agreement with Chile. Companies that engage in trade with Chile should learn how to take advantage of the duty-free terms. Our detailed guide here:

The EU and Mercosur are engaged in constructive discussions with a view to finalising the pending issues within the Association Agreement.

Considerable progress has been made in the past months. Negotiations continue with the ambition to conclude the process and reach an Agreement that is mutually beneficial for both regions and which responds to the demands and aspirations of their respective societies.

Based on the progress made so far in the negotiations, both parties hope to promptly achieve an agreement which corresponds to the strategic nature of the ties binding both parties and the crucial contribution they can offer to address the global challenges in areas such as sustainable development, reduction of inequality and multilateralism.

EU extends the Generalised Scheme of Preference regulation

On 27 November 2023, the Commission extended the current EU’s Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP) regulation until the end of 2027. The EU GSP removes import duties from products coming into the EU market from vulnerable developing countries. By removing such import duties, the EU’s GSP is the EU’s main unilateral trade policy to support vulnerable developing countries’ exports to the EU, based on international values and principles. The Scheme helps developing countries to alleviate poverty and create jobs based on international values and principles, including labour and human rights, environment and climate protection, and good governance. The principle of GSP was agreed at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and is a facility granted to developing countries ("beneficiary countries") by certain developed countries ("donor countries").

EU: Examining the Effectiveness of the Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP)

Unpacking the EU's GSP Unilateral Trade Programme: Insights from the Latest Effectiveness Report. Download the Report, a GSP Factsheet and detailed FAQs on GSP.

Your Ultimate Guide to the EU GSP: 2020-2022 Report, Factsheet, and FAQs

Everything You Need to Know About GSP 2020-2022: Downloadable Report, Factsheet, and FAQs


Updates on the UK's Preferential Tariffs and Rules of Origin for FTAs

The Reference Documents for The Customs Tariff (Preferential Trade Arrangements) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020 have been updated. This means the rules of origin that apply have been updated. Change made:

The Australia Preferential Tariff Reference Document, version 1.1, dated 5th December 2023, The Canada Preferential Tariff, version 1.7, dated 5th December 2023, Canada Origin Reference Document, version 1.3, dated 5th December 2023, The Israel Preferential Tariff Reference Document, version 2.4, dated 5th December 2023, The Lebanon Preferential Tariff Reference Document, version 1.4, dated 5th December 2023, Mexico Origin Reference Document, version 1.2, dated 5th December 2023, The New Zealand Preferential Tariff Reference Document, version 1.2, dated 5th December 2023, The Singapore Preferential Tariff Reference Document, version 1.6, dated 5th December 2023, The Southern African Customs Union and Mozambique Preferential Tariff Reference Document, version 1.6, dated 5th December, The Switzerland and Liechtenstein Preferential Tariff Reference Document, version 1.3, dated 5th December 2023, The Tunisia Preferential Tariff Reference Document, version 2.4, dated 5th December 2023, The Viet Nam Preferential Tariff Reference Document, version 1.6, dated 5th December 2023, added. If you are using these free trade agreements, please review the rules of origin. Access these here:


Import Procedure Updates

The Ultimate Checklist for EU Importers from the UK: 10 Things You Need to Remember

10 Crucial Points for EU Importers: Your Ultimate Checklist for Trade between the EU and the UK under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement.

Commission notice clarifying the applicable legislation to the conditions for import of hemp and hemp seeds


Northern Ireland Trade Updates

For all updates regarding the Northern Ireland Protocol and the Windsor Framework, please view and bookmark:

Guide to the UK Internal Market Scheme for Northern Ireland (NI)

Maximize Tax Benefits: A Guide to Applying for the UK Internal Market Scheme (UKIMS)


Novice ("Help" I am New to Customs & Global Trade") - the column for newbies

Welcome to the customs newbies section! Our goal is to provide you with bite-sized information and updates to encourage continuous learning and spark your interest in customs and global trade. Join us and learn new things every day. Don't forget to check out our constantly updated collection of articles and guides on this topic.

No Update Noted (What does this mean?)


Origin (Rules of)

1) EU-UK FTA: Rules of origin for electric vehicles and batteries

Commission proposes one-off extension of the current rules of origin for electric vehicles and batteries under the Trade and Cooperation Agreement with the UK - IP/23/6369, Proposal for a Council Decision, Annex, Remaks by EVP Maroš Šefčovič

2) Breaking Down the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Rules of Origin Explained

The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (EU-UK TCA) provides for zero tariffs and zero quotas on all trade of EU and UK goods that comply with the appropriate rules of origin.

3) Your Questions About Rules of Origin, Answered (of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement)

Rules of Origin in the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

4) Pan-Euro-Mediterranean (PEM) countries agreed to unlock the full potential for trade in the region

On 7 December 2023, the PEM Joint Committee adopted the new and modernised rules of origin that aims to increase trade between the European Union and neighbouring countries in the Pan-Euro-Mediterranean (PEM) region. The rules of origin will be implemented as of 1 January 2025 and will modernise all preferential trade agreements among the 24 PEM trading partners by making the relevant ‘rules of origin' in those agreements more flexible and business-friendly. The PEM Joint Committee also agreed to develop the use of electronic certification of origin in the view of further simplification of customs formalities. This amendment of the origin rules concerns 24 Contracting Parties to the PEM Convention: the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Faroe Islands, Türkiye, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine (this designation shall not be construed as recognition of a State of Palestine and is without prejudice to the individual positions of the Member States on this issue), Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo*.

Trade with these countries accounted for around €700 billion in 2022, which is half of the EU's preferential trade.

These provisions will make it easier for products to benefit from trade preferences, such as:

  • Simpler product-specific rules, such as the elimination of cumulative requirements, thresholds for local value added, more adapted to EU production needs, and new double transformation for textiles;

  • Increased thresholds of tolerance for non-originating materials, from 10% to 15%;

  • The introduction of “full” cumulation, under which the manufacturing operations needed to acquire origin for most products can be split among several countries;

  • The possibility of duty-drawback (repayment of duties on imported components) for most products to help EU exporters compete.

The new rules, the result of ten years of negotiations, will apply as of 1 January 2025 in the context of the Regional Convention on pan-Euro-Mediterranean preferential rules of origin (PEM Convention).


Prohibitions & Restrictions

FREE TO READ The EU Anti-Coercion Instrument: What is it and how does it work?

The Anti-Coercion Instrument will come into effect on 27 December 2023. It is designed to deter and, if necessary, act against the practice of economic coercion.


Transit Updates

Read the collection of all articles on this topic here

NEW: Simplifying UK Transit Policy: Streamlining for Efficiency and Accessibility

The UK has simplified and updated the transit policy.


Valuation (Customs)

Read the collection of all articles on this topic here

No Update Noted (What does this mean?)


Veterinary Border & SPS controls updates

If you are looking to stay informed about the latest developments in veterinary border and SPS controls, we have got you covered. Our collection of weekly articles is a comprehensive resource that provides in-depth coverage of veterinary controls in the EU, UK, and the US. In our articles, you can find detailed information about the latest regulations, policies, and procedures related to veterinary border and SPS controls. We cover a broad range of topics, including SPS and veterinary border and controls. Our team of experts works tirelessly to ensure that our articles are up to date and accurate, so you can trust the information you are reading. Whether you are a veterinarian, animal health professional, or policy maker, our collection of articles is an invaluable resource that can help you stay informed about the latest developments in veterinary border and SPS control:

Minister Speech: Insights on the Border Target Operating Model in 2024

Baroness Neville-Rolfe, Minister of State, delivered a speech discussing new SPS border policies and innovations in 2024.

Which Countries' Health Certificates Does Great Britain Accept in PDF Format?

Does Great Britain have agreements in place to accept validated PDF health certificates from EU member states, Norway, and Iceland, either through TRACES or another system?

UK: Updated List of Businesses that can export food to the EU

Only approved GB businesses may export food products to the EU. Check the updated list: Is your business on it? Date of last update: 11.12.2023

Survey Reminder – readiness for the Border Target Operating Model

We would like to remind you about our survey to assess trader readiness for the new import controls starting next month. Taking part in the survey will help the UK understand what action you are taking to get ready and how we can support you. The survey takes just a few minutes to complete; and participation is voluntary and anonymous. You will be directed to the latest guidance on changes to import controls for SPS goods upon completion.   Thank you for supporting us in evaluating trader readiness for the BTOM changes.


World Customs Organisation Updates (WCO)

The World Customs Organization (WCO) is a hub of activity with regular updates, insightful reports, and informative conferences being published every week. To keep yourself abreast of the latest developments at the WCO, you can bookmark this link and visit it regularly. This will help you stay informed and up-to-date about the latest happenings in the customs world.

No Update Noted (What does this mean?)


World Trade Organisation (WTO)

  • WTO Report explores opportunities and challenges for developing economies from digital trade

  • WTO monitoring shows export restrictions persist even as trade-facilitating trend continues


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