Customs & Global Trade

Our Customs & Global Trade team helps to navigate and ensure compliance with customs and trade matters and regimes.

Primary contact

Line Kjær

Partner
Head of Customs & Global Trade

line.kjaer@kpmg-law.com
+45 2049 6949

Our approach

Our Customs & Global Trade team helps to navigate and ensure compliance with customs and trade matters and regimes. Clients include Danish and foreign companies, both listed and privately held and authorities.

Having a unique knowledge of Customs & Global Trade regulations combined with commercial approach and understanding of implementation of customs and trade regimes, our team advises clients in trading globally, involving KPMG’s extensive Customs & Global Trade experience and network of over 400 professionals in 80 countries. KPMG Customs & Global Trade professionals include former officials from customs and export authorities around the world; industry professionals, customs brokers, certified export and customs specialists; professionals with advanced degrees in business, economics and law; and experienced trade technologists.

Our Customs & Global Trade team can help clients identify cost-savings opportunities across the globe and manage compliance risks associated with supply chains and global trade operations.

Our expertise

Our Customs & Global Trade practice covers a range of areas such as

  • Implementation of customs and trade regimes
  • Supply chain management assessment
  • Customs classification of goods
  • Non-preferential and preferential origin
  • Customs value and the link to transfer pricing
  • Customs debtor
  • Repayment and remission of import duty
  • Temporary storage of goods
  • Customs processing – inward and outward processing
  • Customs storage
  • Temporary admission
  • Return goods relief
  • Transit procedure
  • Antidumping and countervailing duties.

How we can support you

We work with clients to deliver value and efficiency for their business, including:

  • establishing and maintaining efficient cross-border operations keeping costs down to maintain strategic advantage
  • ensuring compliance with local laws and regulations associated with cross-border trade
  • customising trade processes and controls to a business unit, company or industry
  • mitigating risk issues related to conducting cross-border business.

Connect with us today to understand how your organisation can reduce costs, improving efficiency and mitigating risk issues related to engaging in cross-border business.

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