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Kuurne – Brussels – Kuurne

“On a sunny 25 February, with a hint of spring already in the air, a special event took place: Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne. The classic that kicks off the cycling season, had its start in Kortrijk and arrival in cosy Kuurne this year. And what a start it was! It was a day that made every cyclist’s heart […]
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Transuniverse wins TOPradio’s Lunchbeat Battle!

Transuniverse won TOPradio’s Lunchbeat Battle in January. Three days later, our shop floor was transformed into a rocking dance floor for the occasion! The Lunchbeat Battle is a duel between two companies organised by TOPradio DJs Bram and Laura. Co-worker Frederik Bosschem, who had signed us up, played the quiz with his colleagues from the […]
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Information session: ‘Master the art of rules of origin’

The European Union (EU) has concluded trade agreements with several countries that provide favourable import duties. With recognition of preferential origin, a commodity can benefit from a reduced or zero customs tariff. For this, however, certain evidence is needed. Transuniverse will be holding an information session on this, on 12 March.   For imports from […]
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Switzerland abolishes most import duties

On 1 January 2024, the Swiss government abolished the imposition of import duties on practically all goods in chapters 25-97. That includes most industrial goods. Up till then, evidence was needed to prove preferential origin, but this is no longer necessary. So the EUR1 and EURMED invoice statement are now no longer necessary.   With […]
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Meet the team – HR

Ellen De Cock (HR Manager): “Building and sharing knowledge is essential in our industry”   “You will only achieve the best customer service if your employees feel good about their company and are well trained. This is more necessary than ever and it’s our team’s job to make sure of that,” says Ellen De Cock, […]
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Prepare for complex CBAM rules

The European Union imposes rules to reduce CO2 emissions from the production of goods, but other countries and groups of countries apply fewer or none. To prevent these countries from enjoying an unfair competitive advantage, the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) was created. This has important implications for importers, who must report extensively and pay […]
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