Import rules relaxed in Rotterdam

8th July 2011, Comments 0 comments

Companies will soon face fewer regulations when importing goods into the Port of Rotterdam. The development follows an agreement reached by Dutch customs officials, the new Food and Goods Authority nVWA and business leaders.

The move is designed to shorten the length of time it takes to import goods and to reduce the amount of red tape involved. It is reckoned the new rules will save six to eight million euros a year on the importation of fish and meat through Rotterdam.

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