aeo

Davies Turner shares its AEO experience

Davies Turner is offering Authorised Economic Operator consultancy services to existing and potential clients. The forwarder says its clients have noted a significant increase in the number of tenders and preferred supplier qualification applications that ask whether they have AEO accreditation, fuelled by Brexit negotiations. It can explain to customers how they can gain competitive advantage, recognition for professional competence and potentially less troublesome border crossings. Chairman, Philip Stephenson said: “With further ... [+]

Irish exporters offer AEO course

The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) has launched the first AEO training programme in Ireland for international traders. Delivered through a series of one-day workshops, attendees will learn how to perform AEO self-assessment, gap analysis and risk assessment, providing businesses with the tools they need to independently develop, apply for and ... [+]

Emirates gets AEO in UAE

Emirates SkyCargo has gained Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status in the UAE following validation by Dubai Customs. The carrier said it would gain a number of advantages including faster processing times for cargo in Dubai and in other countries with which the UAE has mutual recognition for the AEO programme. [+]

All about AEO – for £30

Chamber International is holding an import/export training course on 8 December in Leeds designed to help companies learn how beiong an authorised economic operator (AEO) can give competitive advantage and how to get started. It is available for £30 (incl VAT) to eligible companies (normally £495). Visit http://chmbr.co/aeoa or contact ... [+]

Felixstowe – AEO

The Port of Felixstowe says it has become the first UK port to receive full Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status. Clemence Cheng, CEO of owners, Hutchison Ports said: “It recognises the robustness and consistency of the port’s procedures, giving customers and UK Customs comfort that the high standards required to ... [+]

AEO falls short of expectations, says ESC

The European Shippers’ Council (ESC) complained that there was integrated vision for AEOs (Authorised Economic Operators) at either the European Union or national customs administrations, in its ‘AEO manifesto’ to the European Commission presented on 30 July. The manifesto gives an indication of how, five years after the introduction of ... [+]

Seko is AEO in Ireland

Seko Logistics has gained Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status in Ireland – its operations in the Netherlands and Denmark are alreadyapproved, and France and Germany will be the next countries in its network to gain certification as part of the company’s target to gain AEO status in all EU countries ... [+]

NYK renews AEO status

NYK Group Europe has had its full Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status renewed by HMRC for a further three years. In 2009, NYK Group Europe became one of the first UK based companies to obtain full AEO status and the recent audit process is part of the regular re-evaluation that ... [+]

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