The customs landscape is evolving at a tremendous pace, and so too are we at SSL Customs. By prioritising agility and flexibility combined with digital services, we strive to address the challenges, current and future, of the industry. We strive to be at the forefront of digitalisation and customs management in order to support the growth and success of our customers in the global market, as an independent customs broker.

SSL Customs strengthening via key recruitment

As part of an ongoing drive to develop the customs business area and strengthen the SSL Customs brand, we have recently expanded our department via the recruitment of Magnus Sammels. He will take the role as Customs & Business Development, with a focus on further strengthening the department’s customs expertise and services.

“Sofie and I have worked together before, and I’m looking forward to working together again to strengthen the SSL Customs brand and to further develop the customs services.” – Magnus Sammels, Customs & Business Development.

Cooperation with Swedish Customs Authority (SMT)

SSL Customs has continued it´s corporation with Samverkan Mot Tullbrott (SMT), an agreement between Swedish Customs Authority and the business community on mutual assistance in the fight against organised cross-border customs crime.

“Our commitment and expertise within the SMT collaboration forms a natural and important part of our day-to-day work on creating safer transportation and society!” – Sofie Fredrikson, Head of Custom – SSL Customs.

Scandinavian Shipping & Logistics invited Swedish Customs for an in-depth cooperation and to find out more about SMT. All colleagues in the office, whatever their business area, were given the opportunity to ask questions to gain a deeper understanding of the important work that SMT does. Our head office in Gothenburg was the first to be involved, but the plan is for Swedish Customs Authority to visit our other offices in Sweden shortly.


With the introduction of the Union Customs Code (UCC), we at SSL Customs have successfully supported our customers who are trading outside the EU. We offer guidance through this transition and help our clients to smoothly adapt to the new rules and successfully navigate the updated customs landscape.

The same commitment was shown regarding the introduction of the new Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), which was introduced on the basis of the restrictions on for example, steel, iron and cement. Our aim has been to actively prepare our customers for these changes, with the focus on minimising any disruption to their business.

To find out more SSL Customs contact us via mail, phone or webpage. Send an email to our group email or contact us directly.

Magnus Sammels

Customs & Business Development