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6th Jul 2023 / 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Understanding Commodity Codes and INCOTERMS2020

Liverpool Chamber, Suite G08 - G10, Cotton Exchange Building, Bixteth St, L3 9LQ. To register your interest, fill out the form below.

£275 (Members)
£325 (Non-members)

By: Liverpool Chamber of Commerce


Commodity Codes identify the goods being moved and provide guidance on legal, trade, tax and safety information.

This course is designed for anyone in the organisation who might be called upon to contribute to a correct description of goods traded internationally for both export or import declarations. This can range from complete beginners to experienced operators who feel the need to refresh their knowledge.

It is also suitable for management staff whose role requires supervision or checking of sensitive Customs declarations.

THERE WILL BE OPPORTUNITY FOR Q&A SESSION

What will I learn?

The course is ‘hands-on’ and includes:

  • The layout of the Customs ‘Tariff’
  • How Commodity Codes are organised
  • Penalties for incorrect declarations
  • Practical exercises for a wide range of products
  • The second half of the day will cover INCOTERMS2020 with different implication to to cost,risk and obligations of both parties.

If you need an update with the newest version this is the ideal opportunity to understand them and their implications. There will be opportunities to ask the tutor questions throughout the day.

Delegates have THE OPTION to do an assessment (£15 added to the cost of the course) for two credits towards the “Foundation in International Trade”

We can organise bespoke courses, or consultancy sessions to discuss your international trade concerns at short notice. Not every company has the same training needs and we work with partners to help you to answer basic queries to more complex issues.

Are you implementing specific Customs facilities? Or applying for specific regimes & status, Authorised Economic Operator (AEO), Inward Processing (IP), Customs Warehousing (CW) We can help.

Time and costs required for each stage depend on each company, and its particular requirements.