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Getting someone to deal with customs for you – how freight forwarders can help

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Import and export declarations are complicated, requiring specialist skill, knowledge and IT, including government authorisations. Very few businesses make their own declarations, instead they use someone else to deal with import and export declarations for them, such as freight forwarding companies and fast parcel operators. Go to GOV.UK to find out more.

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