Customs have worked out a double layered procedure that allows for full e-freight compliant shipping.
Distinction within the procedure is made between non-AEO and AEO companies, the latter having some
more advantages and flexibility. The list with all companies that are entitled to use the procedure will
be sent to the ground handling agents by customs.

Customs officers have received their briefing, the procedure is available for use as from now. The
procedure will remain active until the complete export flow has been automated by customs.
Companies that want to join the e-freight process just need to negotiate with the airline involved and
send a request to customs    


[Source: Meeting Report, 100' Cargo Airport Committee, 19 June 2013]


[Click here] for the instruction, published by Belgian Customs (in Dutch).




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