With Brexit around the corner, FITAC were delighted to hear that one of its clients, Network International Cargo, have been awarded the gold-standard certification of Authorised Economic Operator (AEO).
At Government Buildings recently, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys TD presented the certificate to Margaret Nulty, Head of Compliance for Network International Cargo.
Issued by the Irish Revenue and Customs authorities but recognised throughout the EU, AEO status rewards best practice in the international supply chain and helps facilitate the faster movement of goods through customs borders.
As such, Network International Cargo will attract real benefits such as lower risk scores in customs risk analysis, simplified customs procedures and priority treatment for physical examination of goods.
This latest distinction is a testament to the hard work and dedication of all involved at Network International Cargo, which had to meet stringent eligibility criteria for the standard in relation to its security arrangements, management systems, financial solvency and compliance with customs rules and procedures.
FITAC were delighted to be able to assist the management team at Network International Cargo in achieving their certificate of compliance.
“Our team of warehousing and logistics consultants with decades of hands-on experience can offer businesses like Network International Cargo invaluable advice and assistance with their AEO application, and ensure they receive their certifications first time around. We are looking forward to working with more companies throughout Ireland with their AEO Applications in the run-up to Brexit and beyond.
For further information about the AEO application process, please visit our website www.fitac.ie or contact us directly
Ciaran Leneghan, Managing Director
Tel: +353 1 691 8888