Strategic customs and excise advice tailored to your needs

  • Are you looking for functional customs and excise advice?
  • Would you like to get professional customs advice tailored to your needs?
  • Do you want to avoid the payment of additional charges due to delays at customs?

Then contact the experienced customs and excise specialists at Customs Square. Our team will give you tailored advice and guidance, fully adapted to your organisation or company.

Know your import duties and keep your costs under control

Your profit margin takes precedence, so you want to avoid any delays at customs. You can do so with the help of Customs Square by ensuring customs and excise regulations are applied correctly.

Providing customs and excise advice is our core service. Our in-depth knowledge ensures you can comply with international legislation at all times. In addition to independent advice, Customs Square will provide you with operational support, strategic guidance and optimal problem prevention regarding customs and excise.

This enables you to keep control of your costs and always stay up-to-date with the regulations.

A complete package of customs, excise and VAT advice

With our combined expertise we can provide you a comprehensive service for your customs, excise and VAT needs.

Thanks to our direct link with our colleagues of Vatsquare we can offer your company customs, excise and VAT advice as a one stop shop service. As a result we guarantee you professional advice in perfect harmony, leaving you to focus on what you’re good at: running your company or organisation.


Need Help?

Speed up and optimise your supply chain with targeted customs and excise advice tailored to your activity.

Contact Customs Square today for a preliminary chat.


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Extension of GSP until the end of 2027

On 27 November 2023, the EU Commission has extended the current EU’s Generalised Scheme of Preferences (the so-called ‘GSP’ scheme) regulation until the end of 2027. This GSP scheme of customs duty preferences removes EU import duties for products released for free circulation in the EU, originating in vulnerable developing countries, and has been a […]

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New version of the Combined Nomenclature

The European Commission has published the latest version of the Combined Nomenclature (CN) applicable as from 1 January 2024. The CN is the basis for the declaration of your goods upon importation and exportation, or when subject to intra-EU trade statistics (Intrastat reporting). The commodity codes linked to your goods determine the customs duty rates, as well as […]

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11th package of sanctions against Russia

Starting September 30, 2023, the 11th package of sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine entered into force, including, amongst many other measures, import restrictions for iron and steel products imported into the EU from third countries. As of that date, it is forbidden to import, directly or indirectly, iron and steel products into […]

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CBAM Transition phase started on October 1, 2023.

On October 1, 2023, the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) entered into application in its transitional phase. The CBAM is the EU’s tool to fight carbon leakage and is part of the Fit for 55 Agenda of the EU. The purpose is to make the price of carbon between domestic products and imports equivalent. As of […]

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