Shipping products, services and equipment into the EU with Servium GmbH
Over the last few years, doing business in Europe has been something of a minefield. With the red tape of INCOTERMS and confusion around VAT and duty rates, navigating EU bureaucracy can feel like a long-haul journey in itself – and that’s before any product even leaves the warehouse.
We’ve heard our customers and felt their frustration. Which is why we’ve created not one, but three solutions to the Europe challenge. As well as establishing our new German entity, Servium GmbH, we now offer a second supply route through the Netherlands as well as the ability to source locally right across the EU.
These procurement routes will not only make it easy for our UK customers and their subsidiaries to supply products, services, and software across mainland Europe, but also alleviate the many challenges the industry has endured since Brexit. Together, they will allow customers to once again ship goods from door-to-door and use services within Europe with the minimum of friction.
And of course, being industry leaders in logistics, we understand that there’s no such thing as one-size-fits all when it comes to product and service distribution. With that in mind, we’ve adopted a multi-faceted approach to ensure that we’re providing the best solution from a logistics, customs, and tax point of view.
Rest assured, our offering will continue to evolve as we seek to make routes into Europe as simple as possible.
To find out how you can benefit from Servium GmbH and our new logistics capabilities, get in touch with the team today.
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