Experts in Rules of Origin and Free Trade Agreements
origin.digital is a new company made up of experts with more than 30 years’ experience in Origin Regimes, Market Access and Trade Facilitation.View more
We provide advice to companies on the analysis of compliance with rules of origin allowing access to preferential tariffs, as well as to governments on the negotiation and implementation of rules of origin, by means of reports, specific inquiries, training, and proprietary technological platforms.View more
'Speaking of origin....' is the origen.digital blog, where we discuss a variety of origin-related topics. It has an open comments section, and we are happy to engage in discussions on the topics we cover.View more
This new option allows free access to the rules of origin negotiated in previous versions of the HS of a current subheading (HS22). In addition, it contains a series of queries that show various global impacts on the rules of origin of an agreement of the new harmonized system (HS22). To access this new service, you only have to register (link to Register)
Once you have registered, go to Login
Additionally, in the coming days we will enable another option that will allow access to a detailed list of all the modified subheadings that are involved in each of the global impact options. In this case, access to this information at the subheading level, whether for a chapter, heading or subheading of the version of the harmonized system in which the rules of origin of the agreement is negotiated, and its equivalences in the 2022 harmonized system, will be through a subscription.
Comprehensive advice to companies and governments based on a network of international experts in Rules of Origin.
Online systems that facilitate the analysis of sourcing structures for companies and customs officials to determine compliance with rules of origin in free trade agreements, including the conversion of the rules to the Harmonized System version in force.
Regular and customized training programs, both face-to-face and virtual, on rules of origin and other market access topics concerning trade agreements.
“Originality means going back to the origins; thus, something original is what goes back to the simplicity of the first solutions.”
Antonio Gaudí i Cornet