International carriers were consulted in the compliance with the new customs legislation

16 July 2012 17:42  19616874 017364
International carriers were consulted in the compliance with the new customs legislation

Recently, a training seminar for car carriers took place in Uzhgorod, which was initiated by the representatives of the International Carriers of Ukraine Association, with the participation of Chop Customs and Ukrainian Transportation Inspection management in the Transcarpathian region.

The participants of the event – a deputy chief of customs institution Anatolii Tsypiashchuk, a head of the regional Transporters Association of Ukraine Ivan Romaniuk, representative Transporters Association Vasyl Lintur and head of Ukrainian Transportation Inspection in the Transcarpathian region Serhii Slobodeniuk discussed the innovations provided by the Customs Code of Ukraine, the ways of current issues settlement arising in the implementation of international transportation. They also spoke about reduction of customs formalities time when moving across the customs border of Ukraine and vehicles.

Anatoliy Ivanovych told more detailed about the rights and obligations of carriers when moving goods across the customs border of Ukraine after the introduction of the main provisions of the new Customs Code. In particular, attention is focused on the provisions of Article 191 on simplifications provided for both carriers and the need for compliance with their obligations.

Carriers raised questions about terms of delivery vehicles to customs destination, the mechanism of prolongation of such terms, order assumption of vehicles for commercial transportation under customs seals and stamps, replacement vehicles and their drivers, etc.

International carriers were consulted in the compliance with the new customs legislation (DSC07360)

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