Authorized Economic Operator Assessment & Assistance
For greater reliability, security and control of your supply chain
If you are an international trade operator you will be concerned by the requirement to submit a pre-arrival and pre-departure summary declaration of goods that includes information deemed necessary for drawing up a risk analysis. As an International Trade Operator you may request the status of Authorized Economic Operator (AEO). The AEO status is valid throughout the European Community. The Use of our expert analysis of your procedures and security systems will assist you in applying for the AEO certificate
What is an AEO certification? It is a certificate delivered by Customs Administrations, recognising your Authorized Economic Operator status which gives you access to trade facilitation measures and/or the benefit of fewer constraints. Prerequisites: -Record of compliance with Customs regulations -Proven financial solvency -Appropriate financial and quality management systems -Appropriate security systems and procedures for both premises and personnel
Why Choose Bureau Veritas?
Bureau Veritas is a world leader in certification. Our auditors are recognised in the field of security and trained in order to prepare you for the AEO Customs approval. Our best practices are recognised throughout the world: - Bureau Veritas is certified ISO 9001:2000 and is the first inspection body in the world to have its network accredited ISO 17020:1998 within the scope of its Pre-Shipment Inspection and Verification of Conformity activities. Our security experience is at your service: - C-TPAT - Third party validator for US Customs (CBP) - Pilot program in China 2007-2008 - ISO 28001: Systems certification for the management of the supply chain security - ISO 27001: Systems Certification for your IT security management - ISPS (International Ship and Port Facility Security Code): Certification and training. Bureau Veritas is recognized security organization for the implementation of the ISPS Code. - Authorized Technical Body - Agreement "Own Shipper Programme" : Assessment under the authorization issued by the French Aviation (Direction Générale de l’Aviation Civile française –DGCA) - Partnership with the French Government (Groupement pour la Sécurité de l'Aviation Civile - GSAC): in the certification/classification of French registered aircraft - Global Network – through our worldwide network we can assist you to evaluate, wherever you want, the conformity of a remote site, or of a partner, to the AEO & C-TPAT reference systems.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Who is concerned?
The new measures apply to: manufacturers, importers, exporters, customs brokers, freight brokers, carriers, freight consolidators, port - airport - and terminal operators, warehouse operators, integrated operators and distributors.
International Trade Division
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