EU Commission guidance on e-commerce impacts on forwarders and LSP's
Mon. 11 Sep 2017
This summer the Commission has issued guidelines to help national market surveillance authorities better control products sold online. The guidance aims to assist Member States in the enforcement of EU legislation on the market surveillance, safety and compliance of non-food products. This guidance, however, also concerns to a large extent regular services and processes of forwarders, logistic service providers and customs brokers, who might not be directly involved in e-commerce.