Kester Meijer, KLM CARGO: “Five compliance commitments”

Trade issues often make headlines. on the one hand, facilitating trade and economic growth is paramount; on the other, lawenforcement and trade barriers increasingly hamper the free flow of goods around the world. In the Netherlands, banks are under growing pressure due to their position as watchdog over financial transactions.

When transport service providers fail to strictly adhere to the decree on strategic goods, they are held accountable in court. for many companies, compliance has become a primary area of focus. The key question is: how far does a company’s duty to investigate go? Doing nothing is not an option, as it can lead to criminal prosecution. But the situation also provides an opportunity. By taking care of compliance as early as possible and addressing potential impediments to the safe movement of goods before transportation commences, transport service providers can eliminate liability issues later on.

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