Social Media & The Group

by | Feb 20, 2018

As some of you will be aware, we have recently stepped up our efforts to ensure industry, company and global news is circulated regularly through our social media channels.

Social media provides the opportunity for sharing more content easily and also offers a more interactive experience for our customers, partners and followers. We currently share our content on Linkedin, Twitter and Facebook.

So, are you following Customs Insight’s social media channels?  If so, are you aware of other group members channels? Please select the group companies below to click and follow our news, these are all the supply chain social media channels you should ever need!

 

Customs Insights

Your Customs Compliance, Customs Consultants and Duty Management Experts.

 

Uniserve Group

The UK’s leading independent logistics and freight management provider.

 

Zenith Logistics

Our national distribution, fulfilment and warehousing provider.

 

UniOcean

We act as the UK represent of UniOcean Lines, a carrier built for the 21st century.

 

Supply Chain Academy

Delivering outstanding global supply chain capabilities and intuition to business executives.

 

CP Training Services

Excellent business led courses for managers and aspiring managers from the global go-to supply chain specialists.

 

Comply Direct

Comply Direct delivers both environmental & commercial compliance, inspired by always finding a better way.

 

 

To find out more about how Customs Insights can enhance your supply chain then please call 01304 211652 or email enquiries@customsinsights.co.uk.

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Consultancy Services

Ensure compliance, resolve difficulties, manage efficiencies and reduce duty.

CFSP Bureau Services

Customs Freight Simplified Procedures, a simplified electronic paperless gateway.

Specialist Customs Regimes

Compliance and assistance for the many specialist Customs regimes.

Consultancy Services

Ensure compliance, resolve difficulties, manage efficiencies and reduce duty.

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