Traction

The road to customs control

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Customs risks for automotive companies present complex and growing challenges. Start with an expanding exonomy, add increasingly global supply chains, and multiply by myriad customs regulations around the world. The resulting equation is a formula that could lead to unfortunate circumstances for the unprepared. Even in a country where customs regulations appear static, a new business partner or product component can suddenly present new compliance issues.

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