FedEx eNews

September/October 2016 edition

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This edition gives you some really practical advice on how to research and grow your export business, plus links to useful websites to provide you with further information, ideas and strategies. We’ve also got details of regulatory changes, especially an update on the importance of complying with the new electronic entry systems for US imports.

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Follow the UEFA Europa League with FedEx

The exciting new UEFA Europa League season has kicked-off. With FedEx as Main Sponsor you can take advantage of the latest news updates, competitions, quizzes and polls, plus get performance stats and rankings from the new ‘FedEx Performance Zone’.

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  • Choose the delivery signature option that best fits your need

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FedEx Delivery Signature lets you choose the signature type that provides the most appropriate proof of delivery for your shipments. It’s a new FedEx service that’s as simple and as flexible to use as it’s convenient.

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  • Tips and tricks for SMEs

Tips and tricks for SMEs

There are big sales opportunities out there for forward thinking SMEs looking to get their share of an increasingly connected global market place. Read our eight simple tips on how to go about developing your own international sales potential.

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  • US introduces new regulations for reimports

US introduces new regulations for reimports

The US customs authorities have made significant changes to the regulations concerning the return to the US of goods that have been altered, changed, repaired or improved abroad. Make sure you and your customers are fully aware of these amendments.

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  • WTO cuts tariffs on global trade in IT products

WTO cuts tariffs on global trade in IT products

The latest expansion to the International Technology Agreement will lead to zero-tariffs on 95% of IT products by 2019 and their complete elimination by 2024. Get ready to take advantage of the significant business opportunities that will follow these important changes to international customs regulations.

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  • Many FDA-regulated imports now require ACE entry filing

Many FDA-regulated imports now require ACE entry filing

US customs continue to introduce compulsory electronic entry filing systems in accordance with their Automated Commercial Environment policy for imports subject to FDA regulations. Make sure you and your customers are fully ready to benefit from these significant changes.

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  • FedEx, sponsor of the first ATP 250 European Open in Antwerp

FedEx, sponsor of the first ATP 250 European Open in Antwerp

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