Ludhiana Customs Conducts AEO Camp

19 June 2018

The Customs Commissionerate of Ludhiana held an Authorized Economic Operators’ (AEO) camp at the Customs House Sanhewal on 19 June 2018. Mr. AS Ranga, Customs Commissioner, reiterated the Government of India's commitment to implementation of the World Trade Organization's Trade Facilitation Agreement. He discussed important features of the AEO scheme, number of applications received, and details to remember in filing AEO applications. Representatives from different industries, and importers and exporters attended the event.

An AEO is a party involved in the international movement of goods in whatever function that has been approved by, or on behalf of, a national Customs administration, as complying with standards of the World Customs Organization or an equivalent supply chain security standards.

 

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