We provide advisory in the following trade segments, through which your cross-border trade will become even more hassle-free.
Advance rulings provide importers and exporters with official, binding guidance from customs authorities regarding how specific goods will be treated under customs regulations. They promote predictability, reduce trade uncertainty, and enhance compliance.
Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) is a certification program for businesses involved in international trade. It signifies compliance with customs and security standards, resulting in benefits like faster customs clearance and reduced inspections. AEO programs enhance supply chain security and are recognized globally. Businesses must maintain high compliance standards to retain their AEO status.
Customized Trade Research
We provide businesses with valuable insights and information to make informed decisions, reduce risks, identify opportunities, and optimize their international trade activities. We help businesses navigate the complexities of global markets and maximize their chances of success in international trade.
FTA Benchmarking is crucial for businesses engaged in international trade. It enables businesses to:
Maximize the benefits of Free Trade Agreements
Prioritize target markets
Ensure regulatory compliance
By conducting FTA benchmarking, businesses can make informed decisions and strategically navigate the complexities of international trade.
Non Tariff Measures
Non Tariff Measures have a significant impact on international trade, affecting market access, compliance, risk management, and competitiveness. Businesses need to understand and navigate NTMs to facilitate trade, meet regulatory requirements, protect consumers, and seize market opportunities. By addressing non-tariff measures effectively, businesses can enhance their trade performance and ensure sustainable growth in a globalized marketplace.
Tariff & HS Classification
Accurate tariff and HS classification are essential for businesses engaged in international trade. They impact import and export costs, trade compliance, market access, supply chain management, customs valuation, market intelligence, and trade policy advocacy. By understanding and effectively managing tariff and HS classification, businesses can navigate customs procedures, optimize costs, mitigate risks, and maximize opportunities in the global marketplace.