Ports welcome Brussels u-turn on storage time

Port of Felixstowe

Ports have welcomed news that the European Parliament has questioned the Commission’s plan to reduce the 90 day temporary storage period for cargo

New EU rules on the Union Customs Code currently being discussed had proposed reducing the period to three days, a move which the European Sea Ports Organisation warns would leave an unacceptable amount of goods without an adequate customs procedure.

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