The cloud-based SaaS solution netwyk Zoll facilitates individual and mass determination of customs tariff numbers according to current specifications. This tool has now been integrated into Partsolutions by Cadenas.
Determining the correct customs tariff numbers is not an easy task for many companies that export to other countries, are facing a Customs audit, or whose products are on embargo lists. An extensive and complicated set of rules and regulations, as well as a shortage of skilled personnel, are part of the problem. Due to the complex structure of the numbers, there was hardly any software for this on the market for a long time, which meant a great deal of manual effort and high process costs. At the same time, customs tariffing should have a high priority in a company, as errors in goods tariffing can quickly have legal consequences.
Henning Uiterwyk, CEO of netwyk.com, recognized this problem and developed netwyk Zoll, a cloud-based SaaS solution for individual and mass determination of customs tariff numbers according to current specifications. This time-saving tool is now integrated into the Strategic Parts Management Partsolutions by Cadenas via an interface. With a netwyk Zoll license, Partsolutions users can now determine correct customs tariff numbers directly from the parts management and add them to the article master.
Here is how it works: Select a standard or purchased part from the parts library or from your own parts list and transfer the product label to the customs tariff number determination tool by pressing a button. The correct material group is assigned to the product. After the following configuration of some attributes like material and type, the correct customs tariff number is transferred back to Partsolutions and added to the master data.
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