Popular on eTradeWire
- Las Vegas Walk of Stars to Honor Frank Shankwitz 447
- Realistic Salary Expectations for Teaching English Overseas 188
- Brothers Awarded Civil Air Patrol Congressional Gold Medal 166
- National Recording Artist Bre Naí has a Live Performance in Louisiana: Media Alert 6/7/2019 9:30PM 155
- Defining Digital: Extremist Content Chided, Super Mario Maker 2 Teased, Netflix's "Lelia" + more 123
- Island Intellectual Property Sues StoneCastle for $172 million 115
- New Major Bed Bug Class Action Lawsuit Against Marriott Hotels
- Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center Implements Digisonics Solution for OB Ultrasound
- Arsonist Firebombs Daystar Television Network's Jerusalem Studio
- The Security Event – it did what it said on the tin
Similar on eTradeWire
- TIA Integrates AscendTMS and Triumph's Award Winning Funding and Payment Services
- New Temperature Data Logger Provides Real-Time Shipment Tracking
- CTL Global Inks Lease on new 248,000 Sq. Ft. Facility in Elmhurst
- International Propeller Club Promotes Relationship with Congress on Behalf of Maritime Industry
- Robert J. Becerra named to the 2019 SuperLawyers List as one of the Top Attorneys in Florida
- Productiv, Inc. Expands Fulfillment and Warehouse Capacity in Dallas to Support eCommerce Growth
- VisTracks Launches Visibility Partnership with project44
- PINC selected 2019 Top 100 Logistics IT Provider
- COSMIC awarded 3.5 Million Euro for inspection system to detect CBRNE threats in containers
The uncertainty around Brexit will remain for now. But one thing is clear: if the UK leaves the EU Customs Union as part of the Brexit process, companies moving goods across British borders will have to submit customs declarations each way. As a result, the volume of customs declarations in the UK is expected to increase fivefold. Dutch customs authorities expect the number of export declarations on their side of the Channel to increase by a third.
But because many shippers and carriers have never had to file a customs declaration, they are unfamiliar with the procedures and have little or no customs knowledge. This can lead to shipment delays, unstructured communication and a lot of red tape, not just in the UK, but in any EU member state the UK trades with.
In meeting this challenge, the cooperation between AEB, Bongers Expeditie and ChannelPorts is truly unique. Integrated on the AEB customs platform, users exchange a single dataset to ensure all involved parties are informed at the right time. This empowers all parties to perform their tasks efficiently. As a result, trucks no longer need to stop at the border but can continue their journey uninterrupted, with export and import declarations already completely processed in a timely manner.
More on eTradeWire News
- It's a New Day for Judicial Oversight in America
- Mindful Eating and Fresh Food Cooking Day Retreat With Shekhinah Holistic & Maritza Worthington
- Key West's own Chris Thomas Music wins WeddingWire Couples Choice Award 2019 for the Florida Keys
- New Employee-Centric Home Care Agency Opens in Montgomery County
- Corporate Attorney Angela Kwok Joins Royse Law Firm
Digitization and collaboration beyond company and country borders are key to success for AEB, Bongers and ChannelPorts. As established customs brokers, Bongers (based in the Netherlands) and ChannelPorts (based in the UK) use AEB's customs platform for export and import. Integration and digitization deliver speed and economies of scale, because larger numbers of declarations can be better processed and data from export declarations can be reused for import declarations.
The automation also results in fewer errors and therefore fewer disruptions, as declarations are approved directly by customs authorities and other authorities. This digital customs setup drives significant cost savings not only due to the automation of manual tasks but also because of transactional savings on customs broker fees, based on economies of scale. In other words, with this unique service via AEB's customs platform, per-declaration costs are significantly lower.
The service is also an efficient choice for companies that are involved in moving perishable goods such as flowers and plants. In the Netherlands, moving flowers and plants requires a "phytosanitary inspection" and associated certificates to ensure compliance with official product health regulations. In the UK, goods subject to plant passports require not only customs declarations, but also "PEACH"-system pre-notifications. Both Bongers and ChannelPorts have extensive experience with all relevant processes and the required documentation. Automating the declaration process while meeting all these requirements further supports flawless handling of goods on both sides.
More on eTradeWire News
- NATP Voices Support for Taxpayer Protection and Preparer Proficiency Act of 2019
- Independent Rom-Com Series "Public Displays Of Insanity" Hits Amazon With Fresh Take On The Biz
- Hip-Hop Artist & Entrepreneur Suga-T Speaks Out On Sephora
- San Diego/Carlsbad Real Estate Agent Promotes Homes To MORE Buyers For MORE Money
- Rizo Bros California Creamery Celebrates 1Year Anniversary of Successful Launch of Brand
How does it work in practice?
It's simple: the exporting party only has to submit the data to the carrier, who completes it with logistics data and then sends it on to AEB's customs platform. The rest is taken care of in close cooperation between the three parties. Bongers manages the customs documentation in the Netherlands and ChannelPorts manages the customs declaration in the UK – both in accordance with respective local requirements. In the UK, this also includes ongoing government's system changes and any new developments under Brexit.
AEB makes the central customs platform available for Bongers to file their export declarations in the Netherlands and to facilitate the data transfer with ChannelPorts. The platform also automatically pre-notifies involved systems such as PEACH, if necessary. The platform uses a single dataset for communication between exporter, forwarder, carrier, customs agent, customs authorities, inspection authorities and ports. The integrated workflow ensures that all parties receive the required data and perform their tasks at the right time. New and complementary data such as approval certificates and reference numbers are added to the dataset to ensure completeness for the next process steps.
One dataset means fewer errors, less miscommunication and less administrative work. In addition, the powerful scope of AEB's customs platform also makes it possible to fully automate the manual actions required to obtain specific certificates. And thanks to the cooperation, exporters themselves do not need to have licenses to import or export goods in the United Kingdom.
To find out more about AEB's all-in-one customs platform, visit www.aeb.com/borderless.
Krug Communications Ltd
- The American Advertising Federation-Southwest Florida to reactivate in 2019
- PODS® Las Vegas and iHeart Media Las Vegas to help those in need beat the heat!
- Marlene Burns Contemporary Judaic Art show and Sale
- Lennar Grand Opens A Next Gen® – The Home Within A Home® Community in Pahrump on Saturday, June 29
- Amy Shrader Represents Seller of CardNal Cove Campground in Rutledge TN
- McDonnell & Associates Celebrates 16 Years as Industry Leader
- Tour Lennar's Tahoe Plan During the Utah Valley Parade of Homes
- Thousands of kids to get free backpacks, school supplies, haircuts
- Channel Islands Harbor Presents Concerts by the Sea
- Spiked Seltzer Sunday added to line up for 2019 Summerfest June 20-23
- Garcia & Artigliere Files Elder Abuse Case Against Fullerton Healthcare & Wellness Centre
- Global summit call for more responsible use of information technology
- Monitoring Temperature & Humidity in Operation Theatre
- Sonoma Valley Trail Rides to Offer Horseback Rides at Alta Vista Vineyards
- What Happens When Uber and Lyft Reject Your Application?
- Gravic, Inc.® Wins HPE's Momentum Technology Partner of the Year 2019 Award!
- ULI OC / IE District Council Announces New Leadership
- Laguna View Detox Is Now Fully Accredited by the Joint Commission
- Omnichain Expands its Business Development and Product Engineering Teams
- E.G. Woode Launches Crowdfunding Campaign on Bluefundrewards Platform