Over the years, numerous hurdles to international trade have been erected by the EU: anti-dumping measures, anti-subsidy measures, safeguard measures, countervailing measures, Tariff Rate Quotas following Brexit, CBAM, and more.
Finding one’s way through all these ever-changing regulations has become an enormous challenge for the importers, distributors, traders, processors, and manufacturers who move in an increasingly complex, costly, and worst of all, unpredictable, import environment.
This is compounded by the fact that customs authorities of EU Member States sometimes impose retroactive duties on imports due to overly legalistic interpretations of the European Union’s anti-fraud agency (OLAF).
We strive for clearer regulations and more uniform European customs treatment for the import of stainless steel and aluminium products. Together, we can help create a better functioning, more competitive Europe.