Nippon Express thinks green

NIPPON EXPRESS de España S.A., in accordance with its Corporate Social Responsibility Policy , has developed a plan to reduce energy consumption in order to be aligned with the society's green policies against the Global warming and for the respect to the enviroment .

Some of the measures included in this policy are:

- Employees awareness plan for a rational use of the facilities (PC's , Printers, Switches, etc), bearing in mind the use of the common sense

- Installation and correct maintenance of thermostats in order to regulate the temperatures and compartmentalize the working areas.

- Installation of light regulators and light sensors to reduce electricity consumption.

- Devices recharging only under low battery conditions

With this policy, NIPPON EXPRESS de España S.A. expects to add its effort togehter with other companies who have the same approach in this field.

Think Green!!!

VAT in Japan will rise from 5% to 8% in April 2014

Following the instructions of the IMF the government of Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, will raise the VAT rate from 5% to 8% since April 1st. It will be the first increase in this tax since 1997.

To mitigate the impact of this measure in consumption, the government will activate other policies to maintain the momentum of the Japanese economy. Among them, it is expected that in February the Bank of Japan announced an increase between 30 and 40 % on the purchase of government bonds (JGB) which will cause a higher devaluation of the Yen. During year 2013 the yen has been depreciated by 22% in front of euro, which is heavily favoring the powerful muscle of japanese exports.

With the combination of these circumstances, the first months of 2014 are presented as the best scenario for the realization of exports from Japan to Europe .

Nippon Express of Spain, through its network of offices in the old continent and especially in Japan is the best choice to make their exports quickly and reliably, getting advantage over your competitors.

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Nippon Express gets awarded by The Spanish Forwarding Association in Barcelona

premio ateia

Nippon Express de España, S.A has been awarded by The Spanish Forwarding Association (ATEIA) in Barcelona commemorating  its 20th Anniversary as a member of the mentioned Association

Our  long and extend career in Spain has been recogniced on this important event as a member of this Association

Nippon Express products are further supported with facilities and staff in accordance  to current market needs and a wide range of services which allows our Company to get adapted to any kind of need that our customers may demand , being able to provide a taylor made service

Our strong commitment towards quality business, service competitiveness  and constant adaptation to the particularities of the different markets , gets daily translated into a result not only guaranteed for 20 years , but for a high quality product fully adjusted to our customer needs.

Applying the VAT TAX in China

Chinese Government is applying a Value Added Tax  VAT since August 1st 2013.

This tax charges in 6% exportations and importations in China. The  Chinese VAT will not be applied in Hong Kong and Macao.

The 6% value added tax will be charge in all the operations done in China.

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New rules for Incoterms 2010

Nippon Express de España informs you that as of 01.01.2011 entered into force the new Incoterms 2010 rules drawn up by the International Chamber of Commerce. These rules take into account the increasing use of electronic communications in transactions, heightened security concerns in the movement of goods and changes in transport applications. This has led to regroup them into two categories, classified according to transport modes used, as follows:

1) Rules for any mode or modes of transport:

EXW                      FCA
CPT                        CIP
DAT                       DAP
DDP

 

2) Rules for Maritime Transport and Waterways:

FAS                     FOB
CFR                     CIF

As a result of the publication of these new Incoterms 2010 rules, is also regulated by Resolution of the Department of Customs and II.EE of July 17, 2012 for filling in the Single Administrative Document (SAD), the requirement of adapting delivery terms of the goods to the new Incoterms 2010, exclusively reserving the use of the terms FAS, FOB, CFR and CIF for maritime and inland waterway.Due to the economic situation of our country and the possible restrictive interpretation of the standard referred to in the preceding paragraph, the inappropriate use of Incoterms for delivery terms, could be subject to a fine by the Department of Customs and II.EETherefore, we ask that as far as possible you proceed to check the delivery terms of goods and, where appropriate, and depending on the transport used, adapted to the rules established by the Incoterms 2010, avoid misapplication of the same in their relationships with customers and also any penalties as provided in our national legislation.