We are now seeing that the next advancement in Trade Compliance is digitalization. Rather than compliance being a cost, automation can result in a potential source of revenue. Initially, for any company, the key is knowing what automation is appropriate for the business and what processes can and should be automated. Once this has been identified the benefits include; handling more transactions with greater efficiency, reducing errors that can lead to penalties, enhancing visibility and control and more importantly, increased regulatory compliance.
There are certain areas in compliance which are currently more easily automated, for example, FTA, export licencing and classifications. Companies are now looking for individuals who have a process driven mentality and understand that with the development of compliance procedures, automation goes hand in hand
The sectors we work in:
- Professional Services
- Pharmaceutical and Chemicals
- Logistics and Transport
- Retail and FMCG
International Export Control Officer (Frankfurt, Germany)
A multifaceted technology multinational is looking for an export control expert to assist the business in their international operations. Within this hands-on role, you will also develop and monitor internal processes.
International Trade & Customs Manager (Munich, Germany)
Our client, a highly successful manufacturing multinational, is looking for an International Trade & Customs Manager to oversee activities across EMEA. This is a strategic role where you will lead the optimisation and implementation of customs procedures across the region.
Customs Manager (Belgium)
We are partnering with a multifaceted global organisation to hire a customs lead. Within this newly created position, you will be responsible for overseeing customs activities for the group as well as managing a team. You will also have the opportunity to expand your export control expertise and drive automation projects.