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To store and distribute your goods in the EU, Limited Fiscal Representation is easy and compliant to implement. No VAT registration or invoicing is needed so that you can realise a liquidity and cost advantage in you supply chain. Seabourne Group developed in cooperation with MACO an animation video to explain the fiscal representation. Check out this video, click here.
As well as focusing on the expansion of Seabourne, Sir Clive Bourne also dedicated a lot of time to community projects. The creation of Mossbourne Academy in 2004 was the beginning of an ongoing commitment to raising educational achievement in Hackney. Built on the site of Hackney Downs boys’ school, the academy has achieved Ofsted’s rating of ‘outstanding’, and has seen students achieve places in high ranking universities such as Cambridge. Lady Joy Bourne was involved in the planning of the school with Sir Clive Bourne, and still takes an active role in the school’s development as a governor. Check out this video, click here to view.
The Seabourne Group is very pleased to have been awarded the International Partner of the Year for 2013, by Team Worldwide, USA, voted for by Team’s forty plus offices throughout the USA.
Gordon Campbell General Manager of Seabourne Glasgow received the award on behalf of Seabourne at the Team annual conference during the Gala Dinner on Saturday the 19th July.
Team Worldwide is a freight forwarding company operating around the United States and offering a diversified range of global logistics solutions to customers. “The award is in recognition of the quality of service provided by the Seabourne Group to Team Worldwide in 2013” said Gordon Campbell.
Holland, your gateway to Europe at the IRCE in Chicago was a big success.
Seabourne ‘s collaboration with Argents and Maco Customs Service at the IRCE in Chicago was very fruitful. “Holland, your gateway to Europe” as a “one-stop-shop” for US companies was received very well as were the “stroopwafels”!
- Beautiful stand with a lot of questions raised.
- “Holland” Flyer was very clear and well received. • Not one stroopwafle left at our booth.
- Orange ties were very remarkable and well-known after 3 days.
Picture, left to right: Jordie Geuyen (Business Development Manager, Seabourne Group), Tony Chiappetta (Director of Business Development, Argents), Jan Kalkman (Director the Netherlands, Seabourne Group), Hans Maessen (Director and owner, Maco Customs Service).