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Manage your customs and supply chain risks with ease
10 November, 2017
2min. reading time
When your company participates in the international trade, you know that AEO permits can offer several benefits, such as:
- Fewer physical and document inspections
- Priority when selected for an inspection
- Inspections carried out at a specific address when the holder so requests
- And no inspection of criteria inspected earlier when an application for a permit is submitted
Reassessment AEO Certificates
With the introduction of the Customs Union Customs Code (DWU), all organizations using AEO certificates issued before May 1, 2016, must reassess their AEO certificate before May 1, 2019, and convert it into an AEO License. In other words, customs will start verifying how companies manage their processes. And so, your company must have a good insight into how you interfere communication with customs with your business processes.
To help you on your way, Customs offers the “Inspiration Bundle Authorized Economic Operator” with 56 inspirational examples for a better internal control of Customs and Supply Chain risks.
Increase the efficiency with flexible and intelligent processes
An important part of the reassessment is to ensure that your processes enable an integrated solution to provide the best process management as possible.
An integrated solution can help you streamline your processes, automate customs declarations, and easily create interfaces. So you can reduce the number of administrative actions, avoid mistakes and reduce costs.
Would you like to learn more about the possibilities for your organization?
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